Batman: Black and White - Netflix

This collection includes animated adaptations of ten short stories, bundled into five episodes, that take place in and around Gotham City, featuring Batman and his nefarious villains. Each story comes from the unique perspective of different writers and artists, applying their spin on the Batman universe.

Batman: Black and White - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: None minutes

Premier: 2008-12-08

Batman: Black and White - Catwoman in other media - Netflix

Catwoman is a fictional character first appearing in Batman #1. After her debut she would appear in many forms of media appearing in the Batman TV series and its film adaption, Batman Returns, the critically acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series, the critically panned Catwoman, the hit film The Dark Knight Rises and the popular Batman: Arkham series just to name a few. She has been portrayed by Julie Newmar, Lee Meriwether, Eartha Kitt, Michelle Pfeiffer, Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway and Camren Bicondova and has been voiced by Adrienne Barbeau, Grey DeLisle, and numerous others.

Batman: Black and White - The Dark Knight Rises (2012) - Netflix

Selina Kyle is portrayed by Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises. Entertainment Weekly describes this version as an enigma, a wily and witty con artist, as well as a high society grifter. She is depicted as a femme fatale antiheroine whose actions often blur ethical lines, similar to her portrayal in the comics. In the film, Selina Kyle is hired by corrupt businessman John Daggett to steal Bruce Wayne's fingerprints; Daggett in exchange promises to expunge her criminal record with a “Clean Slate” computer program. Bane subsequently uses Bruce's prints to attack Gotham City's stock exchange and bankrupt Bruce with bogus stock trades. She also steals the pearl necklace belonging to Bruce's deceased mother and takes a congressman hostage. After Daggett betrays her, Selina leads Batman to Bane's trap without realizing that Batman and Bruce are the same person. She attempts to flee Gotham, fearing that Bane's terrorist group will eventually kill her. John Blake arrests her for kidnapping and takes her to Blackgate Prison to await trial. She is subsequently “released” when Bane takes control of Gotham. When Batman returns to Gotham and offers her the “Clean Slate”, she aids the Dark Knight in liberating Gotham City from Bane's chaos. With Selina's help, Batman rescues Lucius Fox. Using the Batpod, Selina destroys the blockade at the tunnel leading out of Gotham. During the battle, Selina kills Bane with the Batpod's grenade launcher and helps Batman destroy Talia al Ghul's convoy. At the end of the movie, Bruce leaves the Batman mantle behind and enters a relationship with Selina. She is never referred to as “Catwoman” in the film, although she does receive the moniker in related The Dark Knight Rises collectibles and books. Instead, emphasis is made upon her profession as a “cat” burglar in headlines shown in the film; also, her safecracking goggles resemble cat ears when not in use.

Batman: Black and White - References - Netflix