Summary: The story begins with an elderly Bruce Wayne sitting behind a typewriter reflecting on his early career as Batman, his adventures with his friends in the Justice Society, and his guardianship of Dick Grayson. He states that all of these individuals have been very important people in his life, but admits that the person who changed his life the most was his one-time adversary and later wife: Selina Kyle, the Catwoman. Bruce then takes us to the moment in his life that forever redefined his life’s meaning.

This review is hella late, and no even Wednesday anymore, but I nonetheless treat you to THE BEST Batman story ever told, and it was first published three years before I was even born!

HAPPY BATMAN DAY | The legend began on the world known as Earth-2. 

thebatandthecat:

Happy Batman (and Catwoman) Day!
July 23, 2014

How do Bruce and Selina celebrate life? Why, like many other romantic couples: they go fine dining, see the opera, watch a popcorn movie, get married, dance at a kitschy night club, stroll at night, and have a good deal of sexy times. 

Frankly, it’s BatCat Day everyday, but here’s to many more happy times!

thebatandthecat:

All that really matters is ... the future!
Make that our future.
—Batman (v1) #317

thebatandthecat:

All that really matters is ... the future!
Make that our future.

—Batman (v1) #317

YOU HAD ME AT HELLO! | When Batman was sure he met his future wife.
YOU HAD ME AT HELLO! | When Batman was sure he met his future wife.
TEXT FAIL | When that gum box looks like 'cum' box at first glance.
TEXT FAIL | When that gum box looks like 'cum' box at first glance.

Bruce and Selina’s first post-Crisis meeting as civilians. This meeting has been retconned however, due to the Long Halloween series being canon. Selina Kyle remains perfect regardless. [Batman #503]

Jim Aparo art.  ♥

superdames:

Catch!
—Batman #62 (1950) cover by Win Mortimer

superdames:

Catch!

—Batman #62 (1950) cover by Win Mortimer