Batman and Catwoman have sex
Batman and Catwoman have a sexual relationship in Cat-Tales.
It started long before DC Comics made a splash with steamy rooftop sex in
the relaunch Catwoman #1.
She watched. He typed on. He was so focused and so
intense. She loved him so much.
So she snuck through the trophy room, making her way to the
costume vault without his hearing, and when he finally finished the log and
opened the door to change, she pounced.
She should have expected what happened next.
In his present state, he responded rougher than he normally
would… It wasn’t exactly a deterrent. It had been quite a while since the
sex was really angry…
And defiling his costume vault, inner sanctum of the
mission, just made him angrier.
It was good.
If somewhat uncomfortable.
The costumes always made the sex hotter. But she liked the
costume on him, not under her back. What the hell was that under
her ass? Was that a kneepad?
--Amuse Bouche by Chris Dee
Yet it isn't that explicit, except occasionally. Bruce and Selina's
relationship is at the heart of the series, and as it is written by an adult
for adults, it is understood that the relationship is a sexual one.
When the subject comes up, the material is insightful, sensual and
fantastically entertaining. Yet it is never pornographic or vulgar.
The Dark Knight Rises Batman and Catwoman made their debut July 20, 2012, and
while we all hoped it would set the
record straight and give us the real story, the real Batman, the real Bruce
and Selina, the real Gotham City, it brought no truth, only more fiction:
a Bruce who had no commitment to his mission, who was Batman for a few years
at most and gave it up. A Selina whose anger, bitterness and insulting
lower class origin missed the point of all the character is and should be.
At least Cat-Tales remains to the story of
the real Batman,
the real Catwoman, the real Gotham
City, the real human beings of his universe.
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