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(During the Silver Age, as Superman's Pal)
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This material mostly takes place on pre-Crisis Earth-1. If the previous sentence was gobbledegook to you, see our article about the ages and Earths of DC Comics. It was a great, classic run of comics; campy stories of a human reporter in a world of wonder and superheroes. I’m amazed...

(Golden Age version)
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Influences Giganta’s appearance in Wonder Woman #9 (Summer 1944) might have been inspired by the Paula DuPree character played by Acquanetta  in 1943’s Captive Wild Woman , which spawned two sequels, 1944’s Jungle Woman and 1945’s Jungle Captive. That series, in...

(Zatara enemy)
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Tigress (Zatara enemy) – this here writeup. Tigress (Paula Brooks profile #1). Huntress (Paula Brooks profile #2). Artemis (Artemis Crock profile #1). Huntress (Artemis Crock profile #2). As usual back then there were but the barest bones of characterisation or continuity. The...

(Profile #1 - 1940s, part 2)
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Context This is the second half of our 1940s Catwoman character profile. Since discussing the entire decade in one go ended up being slightly above our article length cut-off point. Obvs, it is meant to be read after the first half. History Since the stories have loose continuity,...

(Profile #1 - 1940s, part 1)
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Context Catwoman appeared in Batman Vol. 1 #1, in 1940. This writeup covers all of her 1940s appearances. However, profiling the Golden Age  Catwoman in the writeups.org style presents difficulties. Careless whiskers At this point, comic books are cheap throwaway stuff for...

(Profile #2 - 1950s)
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Context This profile is part of a chronological series about DC Comics’ Catwoman. As such it is meant to be read after the first two articles, which cover her appearances during the 1940s. This profile focuses on her 1950s material. Though it includes comparisons to her 1940s...