I'd be okay with a tall, slender, big-breasted female superhero if there were a balance of other body types represented in such comics. (There's not.) I'm okay with a female superhero liking sex. Why shouldn't she? But sigh, sigh, sigh for Judd Winick and Guillem March's Catwoman: The Game Vol. 1.
First let's talk about that cover. This was drawn for straight, horny adolescent males, not for Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) to show how confident she is with her sexuality. Her boobs are hanging out (as they will in a ridiculous number of panels throughout the book) and those... "diamonds" spilling over her chest? Diamonds make no appearance in the plot whatsoever. It's one of the most pathetic, gratuitous things I've ever seen in comics.
Which is unfortunate beyond the obvious sexism issues because Winick's story isn't half bad and gets sold short because of those issues. Not that he's entirely off the hook. Selina is also problematically unable to resist Batman. Granted it's her comic not Batman, and one might assume that Batman is likewise unable to resist her, but that's the problem— you have to assume that part. Unbalanced as it is, it presents her as weak where Batman is concerned.
If you can get past all of that shit (and I can totally see why someone might not be able to), the action is good and Selina is quite a compelling character, despite her makers.