Dark Knight Comic Books by Chris Dee
Dark Knight Comic Books lie. Cat-Tales is
the real story, set in the real Gotham City, where the events depicted in
Dark Knight comic books are understood to be the exaggerations, and sometimes
the outright fictions, of tabloid journalists at The Gotham Post.
Letís say nearly everything youíve ever read in a comic book is
wrong. The identities are correct: Bruce Wayne is the Dark
Knight, the Caped Crusader, the Batman. Selina Kyle is
Catwoman. 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.
The Dark Knight Rises July 20, 2012, and we all hope this will set the
record straight and give us the real story, the real Batman, Gotham's Dark
Knight, the real Bruce and Selina, the Batman and Catwoman we deserve, but
regardless of whether July 20 brings truth or more fiction, Chris Dee's
Cat-Tales set the record straight.
Cat-Tales 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, itís all here: the man inside the Bat, the woman within the Cat,
the life between the panels, the truth behind the masks.
Read the Newest Tale
NMK Inc: 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
read the tale.
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.
Catch up on
The Book 6 arc
Stunning HD Wallpaper
Widescreen, high-def, made for all screen sizes and devices
depicting this fan favorite scene from Not My Kink
Fan Art Gallery for
lovers of all things Dark Knight, Comic Books, and Catwoman.
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