Batman Fan Fiction
Cat-Tales is a popular Batman fan fiction
series by Chris Dee that is also more than Batman Fan Fiction. Cat-Tales is the real Gotham City, where the events depicted in
other comic books are understood to be the exaggerations, and sometimes
the outright fictions, of tabloid journalists at The Gotham Post.
The Dark Knight Rises, featuring Batman Bane and Catwoman, opened July 20,
2012, and we all hoped it would set the record straight. Instead we
got portrayals of all three characters so flawed it left CT readers saying
"I like the Cat-Tales version better."
The Man Behind the Bat
The Woman within the Cat
The Life between the panels
The Truth behind the masks.
JLAinít covers the Justice League
Wicked Verse stars Jason Blood and Etrigan
Other Spinoffs including
Reap What You Sow - Poison Ivy
and Harley Quinn alternate universe by award-winning fan fiction author Allaine
and Batman and Dracula, when
the lord of the nosferatu
comes to Gotham, as well as an extensive Fan Art Gallery for
lovers of all things Batman and Catwoman.
Cat Tales Series of Fan Fiction stars
Catwoman, Batman and the whole of the Batman Universe as the romance between
Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle transforms all those denizens of Gotham City
whose lives are intertwined. Spinoff series include JLAin't, the story of
the Justice League in the Cat-Tales Universe, Wicked Verse, which chronicles
the adventures of Jason Blood and Etrigan,
Two-Faced Tales starring everyone's favorite bifurcated villain Harvey Dent,
and Capes and Bats when Dracula comes to Gotham City
Read the Newest Tale
Jim Gordon is back. When he resigned, Catwoman was an anonymous cat
burglar. Now she's Selina Kyle, living with Bruce Wayne, and running
this company that's messing with Ra's al Ghul. Might be a learning
curve. NMK Inc.
Catch up on
The Book 6 arc
Now an ebook: Poison Ivy has been going through
some changes. Up until now it was a figure of speech. Now it isn't.
Welcome to the Seed of a New World Order.
"In all the books I've read, I've rarely come across an author that is
capable of consistently delivering such pathos and insight into characters
and through the lens of the minds eye, insight into ourselves. Her
characters come alive, and when you've read them, you'll never read Batman
the same way again... and you'll understand that the comics (and movies)
truly do have Catwoman all wrong." ~Reviews of this Batman Fan Fiction