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10th Feb '16 5:11:40 PM caivu
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* In the second 0 issue, Kate concludes her letter to her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realized that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad."
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* In the The second 0 issue, issue is written from the standpoint of one of the recorded messages that Kate concludes makes for her letter to father before every outing as Batwoman, just in case she doesn't come back. Kate ends this particular message by telling her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realized that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad.Dad."

** Following this, the inevitable happened in #34: Maggie and Kate break-up.
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** Following this, the inevitable happened in #34: Maggie and Kate break-up.break up.
9th Feb '16 3:49:37 PM caivu
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* In the second 0 issue, Kate concludes her letter to her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realised that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad."
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* In the second 0 issue, Kate concludes her letter to her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realised realized that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad."" * Jake admitting to a comatose Bette that he loved Beth more than her sister Kate, because Kate reminded him too much of himself.
6th Sep '14 7:50:58 AM Quietomega
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* A meta-example; J.H. Williams III revealed that one of the reasons why he's quitting the series after issue 26 was because the editors forbade Kate to ever actually marry Maggie Sawyer. Which essentially means that Kate's proposal means absolutely nothing.
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* A meta-example; J.H. Williams III revealed that one of the reasons why he's quitting the series after issue 26 was because the editors forbade Kate to ever actually marry Maggie Sawyer. Which essentially means that Kate's proposal means absolutely nothing.nothing. ** Following this, the inevitable happened in #34: Maggie and Kate break-up.
6th Sep '13 3:54:35 PM JudeDeluca
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* In the second 0 issue, Kate concludes her letter to her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realised that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad."
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* In the second 0 issue, Kate concludes her letter to her father that she "finally became Batwoman" when she realised that her father had lied to her about [[spoiler:Beth's death]], and that she had no one left she could trust. Nonetheless, she ends her letter with "I love you, dad."" * A meta-example; J.H. Williams III revealed that one of the reasons why he's quitting the series after issue 26 was because the editors forbade Kate to ever actually marry Maggie Sawyer. Which essentially means that Kate's proposal means absolutely nothing.
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