People, Outwit, as a power, represents a LOT more than "I look at you and your power's gone", Outwit represents every time in a comic book a character has had to face someone with a seemingly unmatchable, unignorable advantage, and eventually managed to use cunning and smarts to render it useless. Outwit represents a lot of different "techniques" for a lot of different scenarios.
Random example, let's say Catwoman had a scene in a comic where Superman, for whatever reason, had his sights on her and was trying to take her out, so she sneaks in close and reveals that the necklace she's been wearing all fight has a jewel in it that's actually a shard of kryptonite, and now she can dig into him with her claws. BAM - THAT'S Outwit.
I LOVE this example. It is 100% accurate example of outwit in the realm of Comics.
So you saw the one with Micheal Keaton and Michelle Pfeiffer, along with Danny Devito ? She was tossed out a high story building and techincally died , got surrounded by cats and woke up laughing, I dont know about you but falling the distance she did and getting up does represent some for of regen IMHO.
Since the figure is based on the Halle Berry version, the 0's for combat values with regen comes from that particular movie. I am not sure (because I never saw the whole film) but I believe that the version of Catwoman had some kind of 9 lives power where when she dies she could come back. However, the above statement about Pfeiffer falling from a high rise also works
Also, at the end of Batman Returns, Catwoman keeps getting shot by Christopher Walken, but doesn't quit coming at them. Then she electrocutes the both of them and presumably dies, but then can be seen again on a rooftop or something just before the movie ends.
Finding comic-book based examples of Catwoman having Regen, might be a little harder.
That ain't Ultimates Hawkeye sporting the familiar mask and Loincloth along with said keyword and we don't even know if the Chaos War Nick Fury is supposed to be Jr. or Ultimates (or maybe we do, I haven't seen his card and I've heard players claim both things), but he's not really very accurate for either.
He doesn't have the Ultimates keyword and the whole "older than I look" and "man with the plan" don't seem very appropriate for new-comer Jr.
In either case, he's black and in the last set (and Jr.'s in the comics) because of the Avengers movie and we all know it.