New York Magazine

When Bruce Met Selina

BATMAN’S CAPED crusading and unresolved orphan issues don’t allow him to open his heart often. But he’s come close to finding love with one individual: Catwoman. In a stunning turn of events, Batman recently asked Catwoman to marry him, and the two planned an ill-fated wedding for this month in the pages of his comic. Here’s a brief history of the couple’s 78-year love story.

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