- The Dark Age of Comic Books: The series was created in the Aughties, but is basically an extension of Balent's '90s Catwoman run, where Selina was a stock '90s Bad Girl in an impossible costume.
- Distanced from Current Events: Averts 9/11 taboos in "Hex in the City," when the ghosts of FDNY members deactivate a nuke in New York City. Yes, really.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: For many years, the older issues were notoriously hard to come by. In recent years, Broadsword has re-released some of the oldest issues digitally via Comixology, but with much of the supplementary materials from those issues (like interviews with practicing Wiccans or photoshoots with fans) excised in order to fit Comixology's standards. Additionally, some of the darker arcs, like "Witch Key" or "So Mote It Be", will likely never get a digital release because of the violence and sexuality involved in those arcs.
Trivia / Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose