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Catwoman The Dark End Of The Street TP

Catwoman The Dark End Of The Street TP
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Website: Amazon
Manufacturer: DC Comics
Release date: 22 November 2006
ISBN-10 : 1563899086 | ISBN-13: 9781563899089
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Comic Characters ♥ (15 books items)

"Catwoman "


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Women of DC Comics (24 books items)

"CAT WOMENCatwoman, the costumed alias persona of Selina Kyle, is a mostly reformed cat burglar with an on-again, off-again, romantic relationship with Batman. She is shown as a woman who is very strong-willed, independent, and morally conflicted with her past."


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Top 10 Batman Villains (10 books items)

"Catwoman Name: Selina Kyle First appearance: Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Catwoman (Selina Kyle) is an accomplished jewel-thief with a taste for luxury. She is extremely agile and acrobatic. Although traditionally considered a villain, she has been portrayed more as an "anti-hero" in later publications."