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"I Am Suicide, Part Three": In the past, Batman is chasing Catwoman on the roofs of Gotham City: she has to be taken to prison on account of the allegation of 237 murders on her. As he finally grabs her arm, she says that if he does that, if he


Quote1 Well, that must be nice for you. Nice that your monster comes and goes. You get a happy break now and then. Mine... mine has her claws firmly stuck inside me. And that mangy little lynx never lets go. Quote2
-- Catwoman



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Synopsis for "I Am Suicide, Part Three"

In the past, Batman is chasing Catwoman on the roofs of Gotham City: she has to be taken to prison on account of the allegation of 237 murders on her. As he finally grabs her arm, she says that if he does that, if he takes her in, what's between them will stop forever. Batman, helpless, replies: "Cat, what am I supposed to do?".

In the present, Batman is helping up Catwoman, who apparently slipped while walking in the sewers of Bane's fortress. At a crossroads, Batman decides to split up the team: he'll go to the left, while Catwoman and the Ventriloquist go to the right. They will arrive, according to Punch, in Cell Block D, which is the most secure section of the prison and, thus, probably where Bane keeps the Psycho-Pirate. Batman especially stresses the importance of Wesker in his scheme, so he needs to stay alive no matter what.

In another section of Santa Prisca, Punch, Jewlee and Bronze Tiger are waiting to be let in by Bane himself. As the couple flirts and teases Turner, he threatens them to shut up or else... suddenly, a soldier invites them in.

While climbing up pipes, Catwoman asks Wesker to tell her the truth: his doll, Scarface, must be just a farce, something he uses to hide himself. Wesker seems to not understand what she says, as he genuinely considers Scarface an autonomous identity who makes him do bad things. He's glad Scarface has left him alone for some time now, and Catwoman argues that he's lucky: her inner lynx never lets go. They arrive at Cell Block D, so Wesker assumes they have to do what they were told by Batman, but Catwoman has other plans. She knows this mission won't save her from getting executed, so she decides to go "cat around a bit", ordering Wesker to stay there. He complies gladly.

With Batman watching the scene through the grating of a ceiling vent directly over Bane's throne room, Bronze Tiger acts as if he wanted to offer Punch and Jewlee to Bane in order to get advice from him on how to kill Batman, as he's the one who got closest. Bane is glad to get back one of his inmates, but suddenly Catwoman attacks her ally Bronze Tiger and apparently cuts Punch's and Jewlee's throats. She reveals everything to Bane, who's shocked to hear that Batman actually made it out of his cell. Catwoman has knocked out the three of them, so she now approaches Bane with her requests: she wants a plane, money and help to disappear. In exchange, she'll tell Bane how to break the Bat.



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  • This book was first published on November 16, 2016.
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