"Here Comes the Bride": Catwoman violently rejects Prince Willem's marriage proposal, impressed with neither his pompous demeanor nor his rapidly dwindling wealth and status. The Prince remains insistent, however, that Catwoman will be his bride and steal his prized Swan Crown back for him. Face
Appearing in "Here Comes the Bride"
- Hildi (maid)
- Krystal (maid)
- Prince Willem Kapreallian
- Corsican Mafia
- Tito Vachani
- Dreyfuss's castle
- Costa del Sol (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "Here Comes the Bride"
Catwoman violently rejects Prince Willem's marriage proposal, impressed with neither his pompous demeanor nor his rapidly dwindling wealth and status. The Prince remains insistent, however, that Catwoman will be his bride and steal his prized Swan Crown back for him. Faced with a castle full of the Prince's underlings and friends, Catwoman has no choice but to play along.
As the ceremony begins, Catwoman dons the dress prepared for her, but wears her costume underneath and attempts to take Prince Willem hostage the first chance she gets.
Before her hostage can do anything, however, the castle is stormed by two groups of uninvited guests: the Corsican mob, still furious that the Prince had killed their collectors, and Galiant's agency, which has secured backup from another team. Catwoman uses the distraction to escape, while Galiant's agency easily slaughters the mobsters.
However, once Galiant carelessly lets slip that he intends to kill Catwoman, the Prince and his guard gun the federal agents down. A desperate Galiant calls for a gunship to attack the castle, and Catwoman barely escapes by hijacking a car from the prince's friend Dreyfuss and his girlfriend.
As Catwoman drives away from the castle, the gunship follows her, but the Prince shoots it down with a Jaeger rifle he had packed for a safari with his future "bride". That bride is now gone, but still alive, and Galiant is now left at the Prince's mercy.
Now (temporarily) free of Galiant's agency, Catwoman flees to a Caribbean island for a brief vacation, resolving to take things "one day at a time".
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