Catwoman Romantic Comedy
Cat-Tales is the real story, a Batman and
Catwoman Romantic Comedy by Chris Dee.
Let’s say nearly everything you’ve ever read in a comic book is wrong.
The identities are correct: Selina Kyle is Catwoman. Bruce Wayne
is Batman, They live in Gotham City. There is a Wayne Manor, a Batcave
and Batsignal, etc. But the rest is all exaggeration, distortion, and
often the outright lies of a sensationalist tabloid called The Gotham Post,
otherwise known as DC Comics.
This Catwoman Romantic Comedy tells the truth behind that fiction,
revealing characters that are more complex and fully-human than anyone
thought possible. Heart-stopping romance, side-splitting humor, and
poignantly understated tragedy, it’s all here: the man inside the Bat, the
woman within the Cat, the life between the panels, the truth behind the
Catwoman Romantic Comedy Gallery for lovers of all things Batman and
Bruce and Selina's relationship are the heart and soul of the series, and there
are jewel-like little scenes tucked into stories that don't scream exactly "A
BRUCE WAYNE/SELINA KYLE ROMANCE." I am still accepting suggestions.
The Iceberg burned down? An opportunity for Batman might not be very good
news for Selina… or Swiss banking.
Rin No Sho: The Book of Five Rings: Samurai Manual
of Combat Strategy. The problem? How can Bruce Wayne be a playboy
with a live-in girlfriend?
"Selina had no 'origin' in the sense of one defining moment that made her Catwoman…. but she hadn't sprung out of the sidewalk at age 23 wearing a catsuit."
No Two-Face? No Harley Quinn? Poison Ivy is not happy, and when Gaia's
Chosen isn't happy…
That's not an infinite crisis… This is an
A Cat Tale and Twofaced Tale told in parallel.
Vu All Over Again:
Ever have that strange feeling this has all happened before?
After REPUTATION Bruce & Selina try to make sense out of their
Halloween at an Exhibit celebrating the Mystery Whodunit.
Wayne Rises: What's
past is prologue.
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.
The Knight of
'Make it thy business to know thyself, which is the most
difficult lesson in the world.' ~Don Quixote
Catch up on
The Book 6 arc
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