SELF REMEDY | Helena Wayne's father had interesting stories to tell.
As a side note, at least Bob Kane knew about residual gunpowder as an indicator of a gun fired at point blank range.
Good thing DNA profiling didn’t arrive until 1986 or Bruce Wayne dripping blood in Dr. Death’s home would have outed him as Batman!
Also worth mentioning, in real life, your body goes into shock upon being shot, which means Bruce would have struggled to get down from that building. In real life he would have gotten light-headed and would started feeling cold from the blood loss. He would’ve especially gotten nauseous and sick attempting to do any rigorous physical activity in that condition!
THE BAT TRUNK | Before there was a Batcave, there was the Bat trunk!
True Story! Before the debut of the Batcave, Helena’s father originally kept his ‘working clothes’ in a trunk in his bedroom where he also changed as well.
He also changed into his working clothes in broad daylight with the windows wide open. I suppose it’s a good thing Wayne Manor is positioned in the middle of nowhere, away from the rest of civilisation?
THE FIRST BATMOBILE | In 1939, it was a shiny red car. For real!
75 Years of Batman | Celebrating Batman's birthday Earth-2 style!
The above link in grey is a brief history of the Dark Knight’s Golden Age history in the DC Universe, with a brief discussion on why the Dark Knight has had a special place in my heart all these years.
And yes, there is a reason Helena Bertinelli is featured in this post. Batman’s 75 year history is relevant to her as well!
WORLDS' FINEST #21 | Things to expect next week on 26 March 2014.
'No clear shot at portal machinery—and would that close our way home? Is it even home?' -Helena Wayne
So how did First Contact fair in sales last month?
13. Batman/Superman #8
85. Worlds’ Finest #20
Looking good so far! I still wish the story wasn’t a continuation of Paul Levitz’ story, but glad to see it did good!
HELENA WAYNE | The origin of the Earth-2 Huntress in 10 panels.
TRUST | Step 1 to forming and maintaining lasting relationships.
Catwoman (2002-2008) #32
"And I thought I’d lost you."
I… don’t have much to add. I just… comics that make me remember how much I used to love Bruce kind of make me want to clutch my heart and roll over into a nice, quiet heart attack, because omg what emotion this evokes
And thus, Helena was created.
I love that scene so much, it’s emotional and sweet and the way Bruce actually opens up to Selina… *sigh* One of their most beautiful moments together. And it doesn’t end with them going separate ways or being depressed; Selina’s happy, Bruce’s happy and thankful, and both are very, very much in love - and consummate that love.
Come to think of it… This could be how it all went down on Earth-2… ;-)
One of my favourite issues from Catwoman vol. 2.
Sigh. I miss Catwoman’s book being THIS good. :(
<Insert theories on Helena Kyle’s real daddy in the mainstream universe here>