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Her criminal activities are often tempered by a reluctant altruism, making her an inconstant villain and occasional ally to Batman.

She regularly eludes capture by the Dark Knight and maintains a complicated, adversarial relationship with Batman that frequently turns flirtatious and occasionally, legitimately romantic. The original and most widely known Catwoman, Selina Kyle, first appeared in Batman #1 (Spring 1940) in which she was known as The Cat.

Batman Family Justice League Wayne Enterprises Outsiders Robin (Son) Red Robin (Step-Son) Nightwing (Step-Son)Terry Mc Ginnis (Biological Son)Huntress (Helena Wayne) (daughter)Matt Mc Ginnis (Biological Son) "The Batman phenomena gives me great satisfaction to realize that I have millions of fans in the world.

Batgirl returns in Batman #144, and this time she's determined to let Robin know how she feels: Batgirl is upset that there's another woman in Robin's life.

Batmite appears and offers to help her win the Boy Wonder's heart.

In addition, he manages to break Artemis' bow with his batarang in the process (Superman Batman #9) Deflects a thrown blackjack right back at his attacker using a dumbbell weight and KOes him (Detective Comics #264) Deflects a dagger thrown at him with a batarang just before its about to hit him (Batman #393) Blocking & deflecting poisonious darts shot at him with incredible speed ("almost faster than the eye can follow") from Black Spider & Poison Ivy within close range, spliting Ivy's blow gun in half with his batarang before she could shoot another dart at him causing her to nearly choke on her own poisonious dart, and easily sidestepping Black Spider's darts shot within very close range then taking him down (Batman #400) Legends of the Dark Knight #164 - Throws his batarang at 100mph knocking out the gunman holding a baby hostage before he can react.

Selina Kyle, also known as Catwoman, is a fictional character associated with DC Comics' Batman franchise and created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane.

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