Book Three opens with Selina in the process of moving into Wayne Manor, the inherent fears for her independence resolved. Maybe.
The first tale introduces Jason Blood and the Demon Etrigan, known to most non-comic readers from Batman: the Animated Series, though it is a far more sophisticated character than was presented in the cartoon. Jason had been in the habit of employing Selina from time to time, and comes to her now to commission a theft. He recognizes the change in both her in Bruce, particularly the latter, whom he says has found "balance."
The Batman/Catwoman kiss from Hush, run as a cover on The Gotham Post, returns in this tale as an important plot point when it's unprecedented popularity spurs the tabloid on to use it in its advertising, and Joker is so traumatized by the image, he suffers a bout of hysterical blindness.
Like all Cat-Tales, Highland Games can be read online on the Cat-Tales website or mobile mirror, and can be downloaded as an ebook or pdf, which is sized for printing at Cafe Press. It is collected in Cat-Tales Book 3.
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