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Subj: This might help you -- something I once wrote about the history of their "canonical romances"
Posted: Fri Feb 03, 2012 at 02:24:54 pm EST (Viewed 257 times)
Reply Subj: batman/catwoman/bruce/selina
Posted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 at 07:38:32 pm EST (Viewed 297 times)

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I should really know this, being a self proclaimed giant bat fan.

I was wondering if Batman ever said the words "I love you" to Catwoman,
it doesnt matter who said it to whom, if they were bats and cats or bruce and selina, I would just like to know if one of them said the three magic words or something to that effect. did they say it and when did they?

I just finished reading a couple great Legends of the Dark Knights featuring both of these two, thats what prompted this line of thinking.

Years ago, I got interested in the subject of just how often Bruce and Selina have been "romantically involved" in one version of "continuity" or another. (I wasn't counting stuff that only happens in, say, an Elseworlds one-shot or miniseries, with no impact whatsoever on any later stories about Batman.)

I posted a copy of my results on this forum. Here's the link.

Timeline of the Various Batman/Catwoman Romances (2nd Draft)

I think at least one of the stories I summarized in there included Bruce (back around 1985) telling Selina he'd realized he was in love with her.

Another of the stories was the one that told us how, way back in the 1950s, the Pre-Crisis Earth-Two versions of Batman and Catwoman had admitted they were madly in love, and had gotten married. Although to be scrupulously accurate, I can't remember right now if we saw the exact words "I love you" in dialogue.

And there are other stories referenced in that Timeline which might interest you. Good luck!

Quoth Our Raven -- Beast Boy finally works up the nerve to ask Raven for a date, with odd results. [Set in the TV show's continuity, this is a humorous narrative poem loosely modeled on Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven."]
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