"Only Takes a Night": Holly and Karon walk down a street and Karon can't believe Holly won't tell Selina her 'secret'. Karon believes Selina will eventually find out. Over the past month when Selina has been gone, s
Catwoman (Volume 3) #32 is an issue of the series Catwoman (Volume 3) with a cover date of August, 2004. It was published on June 23, 2004.
Synopsis for "Only Takes a Night"
Holly and Karon walk down a street and Karon can't believe Holly won't tell Selina her 'secret'. Karon believes Selina will eventually find out. Over the past month when Selina has been gone, she's been helping play 'den mother' but Holly protests it was the right thing to do.
Catwoman leaps building to building excited to be back in the Gotham City East End. Batman finds her and is excited to see her back but explains he has upset a lot of criminals tearing through Gotham looking for her. Catwoman asks Batman to go on a date as she's tired of playing superhero.
Later that evening Bruce and Selina eat a dinner and catch a show.
Slam meets with his son and finally tells him he is working with Catwoman. Sam Jr. puts it together that he's doing all this because Slam actually loves Selina and Slam orders more drinks before answering. Slam Jr. mentions there's been several public Catwoman sightings over the past few weeks, how is that possible if she has been gone a month?
Holly comes to Selina's apartment where several cats wait to be fed. She fetches a catwoman suit out of her bag and puts it back in Selina's closet before running out of the apartment. At that moment Selina and Bruce return from their date as Holly hides unseen in the shadows. Bruce admits that he's missed her and they kiss into the night.
Slam starts walking towards Selina's door with some flowers. Thinking to run deflection for Selina, Holly tells Sam she's not in. Slam throws the flowers in the trash and walks away, but turns and ask Holly if she knows anything about the recent Catwoman sightings.
Appearing in "Only Takes a Night"
- This issue is reprinted in Batman: The Bat and the Cat: 80 Years of Romance.
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