The worst mistake DC Comics ever made was deciding "Bruce Wayne is the
mask." The clearest indicator that they were no longer fit to write
the characters they owned was this dictate. They said "Bruce Wayne is
the mask and Batman is the real person." Bruce Wayne is a man.
With all the emotions,
dimension, sensations and passions of a man. The story of Batman is
the story of Bruce Wayne.
It's a truth Chris Dee understood instinctively, and the man who emerges
in Cat-tales is one all those boys who grew up wanting to be Batman can
relate too. That's before even considering Selina.
Cat-Tales tells the story of
the real Bruce Wayne,
the real Selina Kyle, the real Gotham, the real rogues - the real human beings
of this universe.
"Unlike Christopher Nolan's empty pretender in The Dark Knight Rises,
this Bruce Wayne is Batman for a life time, not a year and a half, like a
major that didn't work out."
Read the Newest Tale
The World's Greatest Detective marrying the World's Greatest
Thief. There are only a few ways this story can end. All of them
involve a heist.
Now an e-book.
Batman is Matches Malone, gone deep undercover
with the Westies of Hell's Kitchen in
a href="ct/70-the-neighborhood-00.htm">Cat-Tales 70: The
Welcome Fathers of the Dark Knight
Cast of the ambitious 2114 theatrical production that turned heads
at this years New York ComicCon stir things up in the Cosplay
Photography section of the Cat-Tales Art Gallery.
The Journal of
The Real Justice League
“Probably my all time favorite Batman.”