Schurken stellen sich Neu-Batman Robert Pattinson im kommenden „The Batman“ in den Weg. Mit Selina Kyle alias Catwoman wurde nun. Anne Hathaway hat den Zuschlag für die Rolle der Catwoman in Christopher Nolans drittem Batman-Film "The Dark Knight Rises" bekommen. Die Konkurrenz. Obwohl sie als Selina Kyle eine Romanze mit Bruce Wayne führt, versucht sie Batman zu töten, da sie nicht weiss, dass es sich um ein und die selbe Person.
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Batman Catwoman Search form VideoBatman \u0026 Catwoman - Batman: Hush Catwoman ist eine Comicfigur des amerikanischen Verlages DC Comics. Ihren ersten Auftritt hatte die von Bill Finger und Bob Kane geschaffene Figur im ersten Heft der Comicserie Batman im Jahr Zwischen Batman und Catwoman entwickelte sich in verschiedenen Geschichten auch ein Liebesverhältnis. In den er Jahren gab. Das Zusammentreffen von Catwoman mit Batman war vorprogrammiert, obwohl auch zwischen den beiden Maskenträgern eine enorme Anziehungskraft. Obwohl sie als Selina Kyle eine Romanze mit Bruce Wayne führt, versucht sie Batman zu töten, da sie nicht weiss, dass es sich um ein und die selbe Person.
Selina Kyle decides to settle an old score without having to worry about the Batman objecting. Catwoman is serving a very cold dish: Revenge.
The only other person besides Bruce and Selina to have been along for the whole ride has been the Joker, and what he did in the past is going to have direct consequences on today and tomorrow.
Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email. Loading comments Share this story Twitter Facebook. These issues involved the rules regarding the development and portrayal of female characters that were in violation of the Comics Code, a code which is no longer in use.
In the comics, Holly Robinson and Eiko Hasigawa have both adopted the Catwoman identity, apart from Selina Kyle.
Catwoman has been featured in many media adaptations related to Batman. Actresses Julie Newmar , Lee Meriwether , and Eartha Kitt introduced her to a large audience in the s Batman television series and the Batman film.
Michelle Pfeiffer portrayed the character in 's Batman Returns. Halle Berry starred in 's Catwoman ; this, however, was a critical and commercial flop and bears little similarity to the Batman character.
Anne Hathaway portrayed Selina Kyle in the film The Dark Knight Rises. A young version of Kyle was played by Camren Bicondova on the television series Gotham although Lili Simmons portrayed an older Kyle in the series finale.
Catwoman was ranked 11th on IGN's list of the "Top Comic Book Villains of All Time",  and 51st on Wizard magazine's " Greatest Villains of All Time" list.
Batman co-creator Bob Kane was a great movie fan and his love for film provided the impetus for several Batman characters, among them, Catwoman.
Kane's inspiration for Catwoman was drawn from multiple sources to include actresses Jean Harlow , Hedy Lamarr , and his cousin, Ruth Steele.
At the same time, this character was meant to be different from other Batman villains like the Joker in that she was never a killer or evil.
As for using cat imagery with the character, Kane stated that he and Finger saw cats as "kind of the antithesis of bats". I felt that women were feline creatures and men were more like dogs.
While dogs are faithful and friendly, cats are cool, detached, and unreliable. I felt much warmer with dogs around me—cats are as hard to understand as women are.
Men feel more sure of themselves with a male friend than a woman. You always need to keep women at arm's length.
We don't want anyone taking over our souls, and women have a habit of doing that. So there's a love-resentment thing with women.
I guess women will feel that I'm being chauvinistic to speak this way, but I do feel that I've had better relationships with male friends than women.
With women, once the romance is over, somehow they never remain my friends. Catwoman, then called "the Cat", first appeared in Batman 1 spring  as a mysterious burglar and jewel thief, revealed at the end of the story to be a young, attractive unnamed woman, having disguised herself as an old woman during the story and been hired to commit a burglary.
Although she does not wear her iconic cat-suit, the story establishes her core personality as a femme fatale who both antagonizes and attracts Batman.
It is implied Batman may have deliberately let her get away by blocking Robin as he tried to leap after her. She next appears in Batman 2 in a story also involving the Joker but escapes Batman in the end.
In Batman 3 she wears a fur mask and again succeeds in escaping Batman. Batman 62 December reveals that Catwoman was an amnesiac flight attendant who turned to crime after suffering a prior blow to the head during a plane crash she survived.
She reveals this in the Batcave after being hit on the head by a piece of rubble while saving Batman while he was chasing her. However, in The Brave and the Bold April , she later admits that she made up the amnesia story because she wanted a way out of her past life of crime.
She reforms for several years, helping out Batman in Batman 65 June and 69 February , until she decides to return to a life of crime in Detective Comics January , after a newspaper publishes stories of Batman's past adventures and some crooks mock her about it.
However, Catwoman prevents her thugs from murdering Batman once he is later found knocked out, but quickly claims she wants him as a hostage.
Catwoman appears again as a criminal in Batman 84 June and Detective Comics September , which were her two final appearances until This was mostly due to her possible violation of the developing Comics Code Authority 's rules for portrayal of female characters that started in In the s comics, a series of stories taking place on Earth-Two the parallel Earth that was retroactively declared as the home of DC's Golden Age characters reveal that on that world, Selina reformed in the s after the events of Batman 69 and had married Bruce Wayne ; soon afterward, she gave birth to the couple's only child, Helena Wayne the Huntress.
The Brave and the Bold April elaborates upon the Golden Age origin of Catwoman given in Batman 62, after Selina reveals that she never suffered from amnesia.
It is revealed that Selina Kyle had been in a bad marriage, and eventually decided to leave her husband. However, her husband kept her jewelry in his private vault, and she had to break into it to retrieve it.
Selina enjoyed this experience so much she decided to become a professional costumed cat burglar, and thus began a career that repeatedly led to her encountering Batman.
Catwoman made her first Silver Age appearance in Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane November-December ; afterward, she continued to make appearances across the various Batman comics.
Several stories in the s featured Catwoman committing murder, something that neither the Earth-One nor Earth-Two versions of her would ever do.
This version of Catwoman was assigned to the alternate world of Earth-B , an alternate Earth that included stories that could not be considered canonical on Earth-One or Earth-Two.
Catwoman's origin—and, to an extent, her character—was revised in when writer Frank Miller and artist David Mazzucchelli published Batman: Year One , a revision of Batman's origin.
She worked as a dominatrix for the pimp Stan to survive and also sheltered a child prostitute named Holly Robinson working for him.
Selina got into a fight with a disguised Bruce after he grabbed Holly, who had stabbed him during a fight with Stan, but was knocked out.
As the story progresses, Selina decides to leave prostitution and takes Holly with her. She gets into burglary to make money and starts robbing the rich and powerful men of Gotham, donning a catsuit costume while committing her heists.
While trying to rob Carmine Falcone , she gets rescued by Batman but is irked of being thought of as his sidekick by the media. The Catwoman limited series, written by Mindy Newell and with art by J.
Birch, expanded upon Miller's Year One origin. This storyline, known as "Her Sister's Keeper", explores Selina's early life as a dominatrix and the start of her career as Catwoman.
The story culminates with Selina's former pimp, Stan, abducting and beating her sister Maggie, who, in contrast to Selina, is a nun.
Selina kills Stan to save her sister, and gets away with it. Most of this is revealed in the former series, but is expanded upon in "Her Sister's Keeper".
Catwoman vol. Maria Kyle is a distant parent who preferred to spend her time with cats, and commits suicide when Selina is very young.
Her alcoholic father, Brian, is cold to Selina for resembling her mother, whom he resents for dying, and eventually drinks himself to death.
To survive, Selina takes to the streets for a time before getting caught and sent first to an orphanage, then juvenile detention center,  "where Selina began to see how hard the world could really be".
However, when Ed Brubaker reintroduces her into the comic, he implies that Maggie may have directly entered an orphanage and promptly been adopted.
When she is 13 years old, Selina discovers that the detention center's administrator has been embezzling funds, and she confronts her. In an attempt to cover up her crime, the administrator puts Selina in a bag and drops her in a river to drown like a cat.
She escapes and returns to the orphanage, where she steals documents exposing the administrator's corruption.
She uses these to blackmail the administrator into erasing "Selina Kyle" from the city's records, then steals the administrator's diamond necklace and escapes from the orphanage.
Fortuna treats her students like slaves, keeping their earnings for herself. Selina eventually runs away, accompanied by her friend Sylvia.
However, the two have difficulty surviving on their own, and in desperation try to support themselves by working as prostitutes.
The two drift apart afterward, with Sylvia coming to resent Selina for not inquiring about what had happened to her at the hands of her abusive first client.
In the Catwoman: Year One story,  Selina, who is now an adult, achieves some success as a thief. Following a disastrous burglary, however, she accepts an offer to "lie low" as a dominatrix employed by a pimp named Stan.
They plan to trick men into divulging information that might be used in future crimes. According to this storyline, Selina trains under the Armless Master of Gotham City, receiving education in martial arts and culture.
During this time, a client gives her a cat o' nine tails, which Selina keeps as a trophy. Batman: Dark Victory , the sequel to Batman: The Long Halloween , implies that Catwoman suspects she is the illegitimate daughter of Mafia boss Carmine Falcone , although she finds no definitive proof.
Selina's connection to the Falcone crime family is further explored in the miniseries Catwoman: When in Rome.
Though the story adds more circumstantial evidence to the theory of Selina's Falcone heritage, establishing that the Falcones' second-born daughter was put up for adoption in America, it also supplies no definitive proof.
During Batman: The Long Halloween , Selina out of costume develops a relationship with Bruce Wayne, even leading her to save Bruce from Poison Ivy.
However, this relationship appears to end on the Fourth of July when Bruce rejects her advances twice; once as Bruce and once as Batman.
She leaves him for good and also leaves Gotham for a while in Batman: Dark Victory , after he stands her up on two holidays. When the two meet at an opera many years later, during the events of Batman: Hush , Bruce comments that the two no longer have a relationship as Bruce and Selina.
Catwoman also appears in the Batman: Knightfall saga, where she is approached by Bane 's henchmen while robbing a house. Bane asks her to work for him, but she refuses, as she is repulsed by the criminal who "broke" Batman.
Later in the story, she boards a plane with Bruce Wayne to fly to Santa Prisca. She next appears in the Batman: Knightquest saga, where Azrael is masquerading as Batman.
She is one of the few to recognize that this Batman is an impostor, later being present when the true Batman returns to the fold as he struggles against his successor, his willingness to save even criminals confirming his true identity for Selina.
In , Catwoman was given her first ongoing comic book series. This series, written by an assortment of writers, but primarily penciled by Jim Balent ,  generally depicted the character as an international thief and occasional bounty hunter with an ambiguous moral code.
Story-lines include her adoption of teenage runaway and former sidekick, Arizona; aiding Bane , whom she later betrays to Azrael ; and a stint as a reluctant government operative.
The series also delves into her origin, revealing her beginnings as a young thief, her difficult period in juvenile incarceration, and her training with Ted "Wildcat" Grant.
Moving to New York City , Selina becomes corporate vice president of Randolf Industries, a Mafia-influenced company and then becomes its CEO through blackmail.
She plans to use this position to run for Mayor of New York City , but her hopes are dashed when the Trickster inadvertently connects her to her criminal alter ego.
After her time in New York City, Selina returns to Gotham City, which at this time is in the midst of the " No Man's Land " storyline.
As Catwoman, she assists Batman against Lex Luthor in the reconstruction of the city. After being arrested by Commissioner Gordon , she escapes from prison.
Later that year, during the "Officer Down" storyline in the Batman titles, Catwoman is initially the chief suspect. Although later cleared, she displays increasingly erratic behavior throughout the story, with her series later revealing that she has developed a form of personality disorder after exposure to the Scarecrow's fear gas, causing her to act as herself and an identity that appears to be her sister Maggie pretending to be her.
Soon afterward, she disappears and is believed to have been killed by the assassin Deathstroke the Terminator , ending her series at issue Catwoman then appears in a series of back-up stories in Detective Comics — August—November In the back-up storyline "Trail of the Catwoman", by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Darwyn Cooke, private detective Slam Bradley attempts to find out what really happened to Selina Kyle.
This storyline leads into the newest Catwoman series in late written by Brubaker initially with Cooke, later joined by artist Cameron Stewart.
In this series, Selina Kyle, joined by new supporting cast members Holly and Slam Bradley a character from the early Golden Age DC Comics , becomes protector of the residents of Gotham's East End, while still carrying out an ambitious career as a cat burglar.
During the Batman: Hush storyline, Batman and Catwoman briefly work together and have a romantic relationship, during which he reveals his true identity to her.
At the end, he breaks off their relationship when he suspects it has been manipulated by the Riddler and Hush. This is the second story to establish that she knows Batman's true identity.
In an early s storyline, Selina and Bruce develop a relationship. The concluding story features a closing panel in which she refers to Batman as "Bruce".
A change in the editorial team at that point, however, brought a swift end to that storyline and, apparently, all that transpired during the story arc.
In the Justice League story arc "Crisis of Conscience", Catwoman fights alongside Batman and the Justice League against the old Secret Society of Super Villains , of which she had once briefly been a member.
Catwoman appears to be completely reformed, and her love for Batman is true although brash and unpredictable. However, she has learned her reformation was the result of a mindwipe by Zatanna , a procedure known to deeply affect and, in at least one case, physically incapacitate its victims.
Zatanna gives no reason for her actions, but in a flashback, it is shown that she had acted with the consent and aid of five of the seven JLA members who had helped her mindwipe Dr.
Light and Batman. Catwoman's response to this revelation is unequivocal: she gags Zatanna with duct tape, rendering her powerless, and pushes her out a window.
Afterward, she is seen covering her bed with past versions of her Catwoman costume. Still unbalanced and uncertain of herself in issue 52, Selina is forced to decide whether to kill a supervillain.
Black Mask , in an attempt to "improve himself", threatens the most important people in Selina's life, from Slam Bradley to Holly.
The villain had also previously tortured Selina's sister Maggie by drilling out her husband's eyeballs and feeding them to Maggie, which drove her insane.
Black Mask learns Selina's identity through his earlier alliance with Selina's childhood friend Sylvia, who still harbors a grudge against Selina.
Still thinking that Selina adheres to a strict no-kill rule, Black Mask is caught by surprise when Selina shoots him in the head.
Following the events of Infinite Crisis , the DC Universe jumps forward in time. After "One Year later", Selina Kyle is no longer Catwoman, she has left the East End, and has given birth to a daughter named Helena.
The father of her new daughter is initially unrevealed; however, Batman demonstrates great concern for the child and at one point asks to have Helena stay at his mansion.
Selina attempts to live a safe and somewhat normal life, and gives up her more dangerous ways of living as Catwoman. Holly Robinson takes over as the new Catwoman while Selina, living under the alias Irena Dubrovna, turns her attention to caring for her daughter Selina's alias was inspired by the name of the main character in the film Cat People.
Though she takes her role as a new mother quite seriously, Selina dons the costume for a run through the East End some days after Helena's birth.
Having gained a few pounds, Selina finds that her costume is now tighter. In addition, she is easily distracted by a common criminal.
Although the situation is defused through Holly's opportune arrival, the sight of two Catwomen active simultaneously in the city is caught on video.
Selina returns home from her adventure to find that the mysterious movie aficionado the Film Freak has deduced her alias, teamed up with the Angle Man , and grabbed Helena.
After rescuing her daughter, Selina convinces Zatanna to mindwipe the Film Freak and the Angle Man in order to preserve her secret identity. Following the procedure, the Angle Man turns himself in to the authorities; the Film Freak, however, embarks upon a murderous rampage.
A twist occurs when Wildcat informs Selina that Holly has been arrested for the murder of Black Mask. Selina infiltrates the police station and frees Holly.
Finally defeating the Film Freak, Selina returns home to find that Bradley has deduced that Helena is the daughter of his son Sam Bradley, Jr.
Batman asks Catwoman to infiltrate the violent tribe of the Bana Amazons during the Amazons Attack! Posing as a criminal, Selina gains the Bana's trust and thwarts a terror attack aimed at causing mass casualties in Gotham City.
Selina questions whether she should be raising a daughter when her life as Catwoman has already proven to be such a danger to the child.
After enlisting Batman's help in faking the death of both herself and her daughter, Selina puts Helena up for adoption.
A month after Helena is placed with a new family, Catwoman asks Zatanna to erase her memories of Helena and change her mind back to a criminal mentality.
Zatanna refuses, judging that such an act would be cruel to both mother and daughter. She tells Selina that she could never reverse Selina's mindset, since she was on the path to becoming a hero on her own.
Believing she can no longer function as a criminal, Selina decided to become one of Batman's Outsiders. In Salvation Run 2, Catwoman is sent to the Prison Planet.
She allies herself with Lex Luthor in an attempt to return to Earth, and mistakenly ends up on an alternate universe -Earth where Catwoman is a notorious villain.
It is later revealed that this Earth is a creation of her own mind, and she has not left the Prison Planet.
When accused of being a traitor by Luthor, she reveals the Martian Manhunter is posing as the Blockbuster , which would soon lead to the hero's death.
Using the trust she regained in Luthor's eyes, she earns a passage to the 'real' Earth, in a jerry-rigged teleport machine built by Luthor for letting the villains escape.
On Earth, she resumes being a hero, with occasional lapses into thievery by commission, simply for the thrill of it. Later, in Detective Comics , Selina is quite uncertain about pursuing a romantic relationship with Batman.
She talks with Bruce about Jezebel Jet , his current girlfriend, and then has a quick pep talk with Zatanna, whom she believes is also courting Bruce.
Zatanna confirms and admits her feelings, adding that she has since chosen to forget them, but extremely encourages Selina to open her heart to Bruce Wayne before Jet is able to "seal the deal".
Hush eavesdrops on the conversation, targeting both women as a way to hurt his enemy, Bruce Wayne. In Detective Comics November , Hush attacks Selina as she is in her apartment, kidnapping her and surgically removing her heart.
She is delivered anonymously to a Gotham hospital. Batman receives word of her situation, and while he goes in search of Hush, he leaves Selina in the care of Doctor Mid-Nite , who is considered the superhero community's chief doctor.
Batman recovers her heart, and Dr. Mid-Nite restores it to her body; however, the doctor also makes a prognosis on whether she can still return to her former life swinging through rooftops.
While Selina is still in a coma, she encounters Zatanna, who apologizes for not warning her about Hush. She tells Selina that she was so happy about her relationship with Bruce that she ignored the other warnings in the cards.
Zatanna gives her a little bottle supposedly containing aloe vera for her post-op scars. It is hinted that there is a little magic in there to help Selina with her recovery.
Selina is sad that she might end up alone again. In the meantime, Bruce enters the recovery room and, believing her unconscious, launches into a soliloquy.
He ends by telling Selina that he will always love her, when she opens her eyes and reveals to him that she was awake all the time and heard his confession.
During the events of Batman R. While still recuperating, she pulls off one more heist and exacts her revenge on Hush.
With the help of a few allies on both sides; the Oracle , Holly Robinson, Poison Ivy , Harley Quinn , and Slam Bradley, Selina taps into Hush's assets, leaving him penniless and suffering from wounds inflicted by Batman.
In Batman: Battle for the Cowl , Selina is seen as one of the members of Nightwing and Robin 's contingency team known as "the Network", where she is seen taking down a gang of thugs before seeing Tim Drake dressed in a Batman uniform and is initially taken by surprise.
In the first issue of Gotham City Sirens , Selina runs into the Bonebuster, a new villain trying to make a name for himself, and is saved by Poison Ivy.
Selina, fearing the many dangers of a post-Batman Gotham, proposes that she, Ivy, and Harley Quinn team up, living together at a single base in an abandoned animal shelter.
Ivy agrees under one condition: using home-grown drugs to weaken Selina's resistance, Ivy demands the identity of the true Batman.
There, Talia made it so that Selina would not relinquish the true identity of Batman under any circumstances.
After the interrogation is over, Selina sees Harley with Bruce Wayne on TV. Selina tells Ivy that she knows it is Hush in disguise. During the events of Blackest Night , Selina is attacked by Black Mask after he has been reborn as a member of the Black Lantern Corps.
After he tells her that he plans on getting an emotional response before killing her, Selina steals a car and heads to the mental institution where Maggie is held, believing Black Mask is coming for her.
Black Mask attacks the institution, and somehow awakens Maggie from her coma. Selina arrives in time to help her sister flee into the sewers.
While on the run, Maggie angrily tells Selina that she ruined both of their lives the day she decided to become Catwoman. Devastated by her sister's statement, Selina fails to realize they have both been heading into a trap.
Just as Black Mask is about to gouge Maggie's eyes out and shove them down Selina's throat, Harley and Ivy arrive and defeat the Black Lantern by trapping him in the stomach of a man-eating plant.
Selina is helped to her feet by her friends, who tell her that Maggie has fled the scene. The next day, the staff members of the mental institution are shown discussing Maggie's escape, also mentioning that a nun that works at the hospital had been found beaten and stripped of her uniform.
Maggie is then shown in the depths of the Gotham City sewers clad in the bloodied nun robes, muttering about her plan to kill Catwoman in order to free Selina's soul.
She is last seen going over her options, now realizing that she cannot murder her own sister, and therefore must personally exorcise the "cat demon" from within Selina's body.
In the build-up to The Return of Bruce Wayne , the Sirens help Zatanna put out a massive fire at a local park near their home, only for them to be ambushed by a creature made of mud.
After being dragged underneath the soil by the creature, Catwoman awakens bound and gagged on the floor of a dark room, and is quickly forced into an illusion by her unseen captors.Batman/Catwoman is a spiritual coda to King’s run on Batman, but as a book in DC’s Black Label imprint, it doesn’t have to fit inside the main DC Comics canon. That meant that this week, Selina. Batman and Catwoman are shown having a sexual encounter on top of a building in Catwoman (vol. 4) #1 (Nov. ), and the same issue implies that the two have an ongoing sexual relationship.  Following the DC Rebirth continuity reboot, the two once again have a sexual encounter on a rooftop in Batman (vol. 3) #14 (). . Batman/Catwoman #2 is written by Tom King with art by Clay Mann, and explores the partnership of Gotham City’s iconic vigilantes, taking place in three time periods: the early days of their relationship, their present-day partnership, and a near future in which Bruce Wayne is dead and Catwoman is wrapping up old business. The Catwoman was an arch-nemesis of Batman. She was a seductive villainess who often stole the heart of the Caped Crusader and always wanted him for her own partner, but her criminal persona always allowed him to see through her seductions and never stopped him from carrying out his criminal apprehending duty. Michelle Pfeiffer introduced Catwoman to a whole new generation in the Tim Burton movie Batman originesvietnam.com the beguiling Selina Kyle, she was skittish and afraid of her boss, but one fateful.
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