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Superhero weddings are always complicated, but Bruce and Selina face the kind of challenge that few might be expecting.
Catwoman #1 picks up from Batman #50, spinning Selina off into a new solo adventure where she puts on a new costume with big significance.
In the world of comics, makeovers are a dime a dozen and these 20 DC characters look nothing like they did when they debuted.
The fan reaction to the spoiling of Batman #50's ending affirms that people do want to see a married Dark Knight in the DC Universe.
Here's all the songs Batman and Catwoman will be jamming to at their upcoming wedding, chosen by Batman #50's creative team.
DC's marketing strategy for the Batman-Catwoman wedding may not have been the best approach, as fans continue to express disappointment online.
Batman #50 writer Tom King says don’t fret about the issue getting spoiled -- it’s just the beginning of a long, earnest love story.
DC spoiled the events of Batman #50's much-anticipated wedding issue in the Sunday edition of The New York Times. One executive explains why.
She may be a newlywed, but Selina Kyle is certainly no house cat in DC Comics' Catwoman #1, by Joëlle Jones.
Writer Tom King has expressed mixed feelings about the ending to the BatCat wedding in this Wednesday's Batman #50 being spoiled online.
Major spoilers for Batman #50, featuring the Dark Knight's wedding to Catwoman, have made their way online ahead of the issue's July 4 release.
Catwoman and Batman are getting ready to say, "I do," but DC Comics' best marriage is already Superman and Lois Lane.
Batgirl and Motor Crush artist Babs Tarr shared a stunning commission of Selina Kyle’s attire for her wedding night with Bruce Wayne.
Batman and Catwoman's wedding is nigh, but once it's over, there are countless questions about what exactly will come next.
In Batman: Prelude to the Wedding - Red Hood vs. Anarky #1, The Joker's influence nearly helps Lonnie Machin achieve true anarchy in Gotham.
In Batman #49, Selina Kyle and Joker get the spotlight, as the two villains share their very own Killing Joke-inspired moment.
The writer and artist behind the comics wedding of the year open up on the romance between Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.