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The co-publisher of the iconic comic book said Batwoman can’t marry the woman of her dreams because “heroes shouldn’t have happy personal lives,” The Independent reports.
Batman may be about to meet his doom, but, luckily, here comes Batwoman to take up the franchise—although, alas, not in her own series.
From DC Comics
“We decided to give her a different point of view,” said a DC Comics exec. “We wanted to make her a more unique personality than others in the Bat-family. That’s one of the reasons we went in this direction.”
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