While the relationship between the two is a welcome one, Batman and Catwoman have not always been on the best of terms.
Batman & Catwoman are DC staples and have an awesome relationship to watch unfold, but we can't deny there are some toxic moments.
DC and Marvel both have their feline femme fatales in Catwoman and Black Cat. But which comic book villain wins the title of best thief?
DC shares its appreciation for Catwoman on #BlackCatAppreciationDay by sharing a photo of Michelle Pfeiffer from Batman Returns.
Marvel and DC has shown how times can change. With superheroes like Catwoman and Deadpool, it's easy for people to forget they started as villains.
It's official - fans enjoy Halle Berry's portrayal of 2004's titular Catwoman more than Michelle Pfeiffer's in Batman Returns.
After she revealed she wants to play Catwoman, Aubrey Plaza performed an audition for the role for The Late Show host Stephen Colbert.
Stanley "Artgerm" Lau revealed why his final Catwoman cover isn't a picture-perfect recreation of Batman Returns' Selina Kyle.
Artgerm's variant cover for Catwoman #15, by Ram V and Mirka Andolfo, pays homage to Michelle Pfeiffer's turn as the character.
DC Ink original graphic novel Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale reimagines Selina Kyle's origin for the young adult audience.
Writer Tom King and artist Clay Mann are launching a new Batman/Catwoman 12-issue series, continuing the tale of the Bat/Cat romance.
Writer Lauren Myracle and artist Isaac Goodhart discuss their gritty and empowering take on Selina Kyle's origin in Under The Moon: A Catwoman Tale.
There have been a lot of Batman villains on the big screen, but Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman is truly the best of the lot.
Michelle Pfeiffer wants to reprise her Batman Returns role and play Catwoman again on the big screen.
DC Comics has unveiled a trailer for Lauren Myracle and Isaac Goodhart's Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale YA graphic novel.
Batman Returns star Michelle Pfeiffer pulls out the whip she used as Catwoman and continues to show her prowess with the weapon.
Stanley 'Artgerm' Lau unveiled his Catwoman #12 variant cover, which homages Catwoman's appearance back in 1947's Batman #42.