batman in paris

Detective Comics #122 (April 1947)
Written by Bill Finger, art by Bob Kane (supposedly) and Charles Paris

As much as the Golden Age Catwoman manipulated Batman with her feminine wiles, she did genuinely care for the Caped Crusader. In this outing, she injured Batman during a skirmish and after she kidnapped Robin, her first question concerned Batman’s well-being. Catwoman brushed off Robin’s allegations that she had feelings for Batman, but there was an obvious fondness below the surface of her villainous veneer.

**The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale is out July 1**

Batman #42 (August/September 1947)
Written by Bill Finger, art by Charles Paris

Catwoman wasn’t one for banal criminality. When she came after Batman and Robin, she did so with class. In this outing, all of her crimes had a literary inspiration, and for this dastardly death trap she combined two classic tales. First, she walled in the Dynamic Duo in a prison reminiscent of Edgar Allan Poe’s “Cask of Amontillado,” and then as she was finishing the brickwork she disappeared herself like the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. It was all for naught; Batman and Robin escaped soon after. But it was still a crafty, clever plan.

**The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale is out July 1**

Detective Comics #155 - January 1950

Cover Artist: Win Mortimer


Script: Bill Finger

Art:  Bob Kane (Pencils, Batman and Robin figures only), Lew Sayre Schwartz (Pencils), Charles Paris (Inks)

Characters: Batman [Bruce Wayne]; Robin [Dick Grayson]; Vicki Vale; Ed Wedge (detective); Tracks Carlin (villain, flashback); Frank Kelcey (villain, architect); Tilley (villain, Carlin’s attorney)

Synopsis: Bruce subs for a famed detective as he recuperates from appendix surgery. He immediately gets two clients, both of whom want a model train that once belonged to a criminal, Tracks Carlin……and are willing to get it any any cost!

Batman Story #439

anonymous asked:

I have a weirdly specific request. Some of your Bruce Wayne, aka the BEST and most relatable Batman, is based on Paris Hilton, which i adore. I have vague feelings of fondness for paris due to people being unreasonably mean to her when i was a teenager. Bruce Wayne is nice to people. Would Bruce wayne be nice and friendly to Paris Hilton if they were at a party together? I feel like in most official comics she would be the butt of a joke.

in chapter four of anti-social it’s implied that bruce sometimes invites her over to ask for her help/opinions on ww2-era radio equipment

so yes they have definitely hung out at parties and occasionally been airheaded bimbos for the paps together