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17th May '15 10:52:44 AM PuffyTreat
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"Pre-Crisis" doesn't really apply. DC never did make a final decision on whether or not Kathy Kane did or did not have a career as Batwoman after the events of Co IE. Even DC's Who's Who avoided a definitive answer. The closest we got was John Ostrander referring to her as an ally of Batman who'd been killed, no mention of whether or not she'd worn the costume.
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7th May '15 10:49:37 AM DoctorSleep
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7th May '15 10:37:26 AM DoctorSleep
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6th May '15 8:59:04 PM poi99
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No trope potholes allowed in page quotes.
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28th Apr '15 11:28:19 AM AnotherGuy
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28th Apr '15 10:24:01 AM JulianLapostat
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28th Apr '15 10:13:21 AM JulianLapostat
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27th Mar '15 3:49:10 PM LentilSandEater
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15th Mar '15 11:30:30 AM PuffyTreat
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Does not apply. "The Killing Joke" was published with the "suggested for mature readers" label DC applied to all of their aimed-at-adults prestige work at the time. The censors were well aware of the violence and nudity and required said label in the first place. As TKJ was originally available only in the Direct Market Shops mostly frequented by older customers, this was considered all that was necessary to shield younger/more sensitive audiences at the time.
27th Feb '15 8:10:57 PM Rubber_Lotus
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