Doug Moench and Pat Broederick have a lot of animals roaming Gotham in Detective 548 (March 1985).
Batman is dealing with a political kidnapper, Darkwolf, but the far more interesting plot line in this issue sees Vicki Vale and Julia Pennyworth out looking for a big panther seen wandering the streets of the city.
Batman isn’t much impressed by Darkwolf, and it pretty clear he’s a one shot bad guy, put in to give Batman something to do between scenes with the women.
It takes Julia and Vicki a while before they realize the panther is trained, and therefore a pet. And once they know that, it’s no big surprise when Catwoman shows up on the last page.
Green Arrow’s battle with Vengeance concludes in this issue, thanks to Joey Cavalieri, Jerome K Moore, and Bruce Patterson.
It’s the heavy action part of the story, and the art does it justice. But it’s just so hard to look at that costume and pretend it’s not the same as
Onyx, at any rate, doesn’t look like a carbon copy, and shows that she learned an awful lot about how to play guys in her retreat.