Catwoman: Lonely City
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This does come at the cost of Poison Ivy though, who uses her powers to bring down the Batcave around herself and many of Two-Face's soldiers. Although she dies, a tree is seen growing out of the ruins of Wayne Manor, implying she lives on in a new form. These minor beats showcase that Gotham's villains do possess the potential to change and grow as people -- with even Two-Face's collapse being portrayed as a tragic development rather than an inevitable act. It speaks to Batman's ethos of trying to capture and rehabilitate villains -- with Catwoman, Ivy, and the already dead Killer Croc proving they can become heroes. Personally, I also have a thing against any Riddler/Catwoman relationship and what Chiang planned here was exactly what I detest. Visionary creator Cliff Chiang ( Wonder Woman, Paper Girls) writes, draws, colors, and letters an unmissable artistic statement that will change the way you see Gotham’s heroes and villains forever!
Greenberg, Martin H., ed. (February 1993). The Further Adventures of Batman: Vol. 3 Featuring Catwoman. Bantam Books. ISBN 978-0-553-56069-5.Batman: Last Knight on Earth— Billed as "the last Batman story ever told", Batman wakes up in post-apocalyptic tale where the villains have won. Written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Greg Capullo. Riddler: Year One: A Prequel tie-in comic exploring the origins of The Riddler from the movie The Batman (2022). Written by the Riddler's actor, Paul Dano, and art by Stevan Subic. Catwoman was ranked 11th on IGN's "Top 100 Comic Book Villains of All Time" list,  and 51st on Wizard magazine's "100 Greatest Villains of All Time" list.  Conversely, she was ranked 20th on IGN's "Top 100 Comic Book Heroes of All Time" list,  as well as 23rd in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.  Bibliography List of Catwoman titles
Catwoman (vol. 3) Detective Comics #759-762; Catwoman #1-37; Catwoman Secret Files #1; Catwoman: Selina's Big Score #1 The Other History of the DC Universe— A "literary" recounting of DC Universe history that focuses on characters from marginalized groups. Written by John Ridley with art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Andrea Cucchi. In the alternate timeline of the Flashpoint event, Selina Kyle becomes the Oracle, having been apparently paralyzed under unspecified circumstances.  Batman: Earth OneIn Frank Miller's All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, Catwoman expresses interest when the Joker's invites her to join him in "some mischief". She may be involved in sadomasochism, as she first advises the Joker — who has just murdered his latest lover—that "I've heard rumors on how you handle women — and even I don't play it that rough".  Two issues later, however, Catwoman is found brutally beaten and cut, bleeding badly. She struggles to tell Batman, "Juh... Juh... It was Juh..."  Batman: Two Faces Exclusive: Get a Sneak Peek at Catwoman's New Costume". DC Comics. May 21, 2018 . Retrieved May 22, 2018. Hellblazer: Rise and Fall— A stand-alone story written by Tom Taylor where John Constantine and Lucifer Morningstar investigate a series of bizarre suicides.