DC Showcase: Catwoman

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2011
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Fantstic.

Here, kitty, kitty.

- Got it.

- Are you sure?

Oh, yeah. And if we've missed, it

would have died from the fall, right?

Right.

- Is it dead?

- Sure, Roughcut.

Better be sure.

Now, why you made Roughcut

been after you?

Hmm, I don't suppose you can tell

me where do you got this?

The boat will be docked in about 20.

You gonna be here?

I'm gonna make a stop first.

Don't wait for me.

Just get 'it' up.

KITTY CORNER:

Roughcut's back.

What did he give?

He must have been smuggling diamonds again.

That guy would smuggle his own mama.

You know Maggie got

one of these last week.

You heard from her?

You ladies,

looks like you could use a break.

This is new.

She's like that Catwoman broad,

in the papers.

Something I can do for you, pussycat?

I'm looking for the owner of this.

Never seen it before.

Take a closer look.

Drive.

Hi.

Hey! That's my bike.

Where's the boat?

It's coming in now.

I thought you won't gonna be here.

Just get that load out, now!

Yeah, took her rough.

Freakin' broad think she

could mess with me?

You're smuggling more than diamonds

aren't you, Roughcut?

Something far more precious.

A little kitty told me.

And you wanna a piece, is that it?

OK, keep your mouth shut.

And I cut you in ten percent.

I'll do the cutting here.

- Go back!

- Look out!

Holly, take care of yourself, Selina

- Why do you never listen to me?

- Sorry, Selina.

I really was leaving town.

I just needed some travelling money.

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Bob Kane

Robert Kane, known professionally as Bob Kane (born Robert Kahn ; October 24, 1915 – November 3, 1998), was an American comic book writer and artist who co-created, with Bill Finger, the DC Comics character Batman. He was inducted into the comic book industry's Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1994 and into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 1996. more…

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