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Batman 84 - Catwoman sleeps...or does she?

Catwoman had returned to crime in the pages of Detective Comics a couple of months earlier.  Batman 84 (June 1954) marks her final appearance in the pages of Batman until the 1960s.  131 more words

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Batman 69 - the King of Cats

Batman gets really jealous when Catwoman returns in Batman 69 (Feb/March 1952).

Finger, Schwartz and Paris relate this tale, in which cat crimes begin once again in Gotham.  203 more words

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Batman 65 - Wingman debuts, and Catwoman's return to crime?

Catwoman is back on the cover of Batman 65 (June/July 1951), and Batman and Robin aren’t sure what to make of it.

But before we get to that, Robin suffers severe anxiety as a new hero, Wingman, gets introduced in a story by Finger, Schwartz and Paris. 252 more words

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Batman 62 - the origin of Catwoman, and Knight and Squire debut

Catwoman’s origin gets revealed, to Catwoman herself as well the readers and other characters, in a story by Finger, Schwartz and Paris in Batman 62 (Dec/Jan 50/51). 318 more words

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Will Carly Fiorina be the Catwoman to the GOP's Dark Knight?

A few years ago, I made the inaccurate prediction that Anne Hathaway’s Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, would be an allegorical representation of Sarah Palin. The idea made sense to me at the time. 709 more words


Betrayal, Control, and Change Take Center: Catwoman #43 (Review)

If you missed last month’s review of Catwoman #42, click here to read it.

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.”                – William Shakespeare,  1.326 more words


Gotham Review Episode #2 Review: Selina Kyle

This article was originally published at on October 2nd, 2014.

Warning: This review contains spoilers.

Gotham returns with a second outing that certainly improves on the rudimentary nature of the pilot, but nonetheless remains problematic in its approach to storytelling. 627 more words