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    Voiced by Netflix Carmen Sandiego (Gina Rodriguez).

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    Selina rocks purple .

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    CATWOMAN #46
    Written by TINI HOWARD
    Art and cover by SAMI BASRI
    Cover by JEFF DÉKAL
    Variant cover by SOZOMAIKA
    1:25 variant cover by TULA LOTAY
    Swimsuit variant cover by JEFF DÉKAL
    $3.99 US | 32 pages | Variant $4.99 US (card stock)
    ON SALE 8/16/22
    Lines are blurred as Eiko Hasigawa and Catwoman start playing too nice with one
    another and each lets their guard down—and in a ruthless city like Gotham, you can't trust anyone but yourself to watch your back. And Catwoman should know better than to let an old flame get into her head again…that's her job.
    https://www.gamesradar.com/dc-comics...ations-covers/

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    Woof, that swimsuit cover .

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    CATWOMAN: LONELY CITY #4
    Written by CLIFF CHIANG
    Art and cover by CLIFF CHIANG
    Variant cover by CLIFF CHIANG
    1:25 variant cover by JOSÉ LUIS GARCÍA-LÓPEZ
    $6.99 US | 48 pages | 4 of 4 | Prestige Plus | 8 1/2" x 10 7/8"
    ON SALE 8/16/22
    One of the most acclaimed Black Label series ever reaches its conclusion! All of the
    sacrifice—all of the broken bodies and shattered relationships—was leading up to
    this: Selina Kyle standing in front of the Batcave, desperate to know the secrets
    inside it, secrets once thought to have died with Batman. But you should never open doors you can't close—if opening them means swinging wide the gates of Hell!




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    I think I know whose grave that is...

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    House Ad in Batman #345 promoting the new Catwoman backup series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
    House Ad in Batman #345 promoting the new Catwoman backup series.

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    You know you're popular when you get your own backup feature .

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalman112 View Post
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    That period of the Bronze Age is the moment that Catwoman’s modern formula of roguish but good hearted anti-hero was solidified… and I tend to think it’s alignment with her brief period as a more “serious” love interest at the time played into it. In order to really make her as a romance option work, she was turned away from a purely traditional death trap happy villainess to something more restrained…

    …and I think that wound up quietly giving her an edge over Talia for the next two decades. It’s easier to see Batman falling for a less murderous villian.

    (I have a private their that Talia’s recent re-emergence as a love interest after a decade in remission for that role might be indirectly tied to Batman cooling off on going after Jason as well.)
    Like action, adventure, rogues, and outlaws? Like anti-heroes, femme fatales, mysteries and thrillers?

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    I do personally prefer Selina have a bit more of an edge or a criminal leaning to her rather than being a more straightforwardly heroic good guy or companion for Batman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I do personally prefer Selina have a bit more of an edge or a criminal leaning to her rather than being a more straightforwardly heroic good guy or companion for Batman.
    The sweet spot is a Catwoman who’s like “Imma steal that rich asshole’s shit, no matter how much security he puts in front of it and how many of his fingers I have to break!” while Batman just sighs and thinks “That’s wrong, but understandable, and also hot…”
    Like action, adventure, rogues, and outlaws? Like anti-heroes, femme fatales, mysteries and thrillers?

    I wrote a book with them. Outlaw’s Shadow: A Sherwood Noir. Robin Hood’s evil counterpart, Guy of Gisbourne, is the main character. Feel free to give it a look: https://read.amazon.com/kp/embed?asi...E2PKBNJFH76GQP

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    Quote Originally Posted by godisawesome View Post
    The sweet spot is a Catwoman who’s like “Imma steal that rich asshole’s shit, no matter how much security he puts in front of it and how many of his fingers I have to break!” while Batman just sighs and thinks “That’s wrong, but understandable, and also hot…”
    Well, I think of her as more of a natural kleptomaniac who can't help herself ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I do personally prefer Selina have a bit more of an edge or a criminal leaning to her rather than being a more straightforwardly heroic good guy or companion for Batman.
    This was my small problem with Brubaker's run, asides of a moment here and there she was too heroic.

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