When it comes to superheroes, we all know it’s a fake when they say that the hero always gets the girl. Or it may be true to a point. Bruce Wayne sure is a billionaire playboy, but so is Batman. Both the Dark Knight and his alter ego have been with many women. Here’s a list:
In this arc, the Goddamn Batman a sociopath Batman kills a lot of goons, what’s the worst part of this kills is that he kills these criminals by brutally burning them alive, completely going against his code. But that’s not the end of it, after this, he has sex with the Black Canary just a few meters away from the burning and screaming men. Talk about having no control.
Owlman is the Batman equal of Earth 3 in the comics. He is someone involved with tech, is a great detective and has all kind of darkness to him. Both meet up in dark alleys and make out, she once even suggested that the child in her womb could be Owlman’s.
Batman’s first love interest and a fiancé who made her first appearance in the Detective Comics in 1939 as a socialite actress who got caught in the middle of Batman’s conflict with a vampiric monk and then in his conflict with Clayface. The two could be seen going at it real good, with Julie in her lingerie in many pages of the comics, alas it didn’t last for long as Bruce and she mutually broke off their engagement as she decided to join the peace corps.
Selina Kyle aka Catwoman is one of Batman’s oldest foes but also his on/off love interest. The pairing of DC’s greatest detective with one of DC’s greatest cat burglars is an irresistible mix that fans cannot get enough of. She has been the longest love interest of Batman. Her first appearance goes all the way to Batman #1 in 1940. On Earth 2, which is considered to be the Golden Age DC Universe, Selina and Bruce are married and also have a child.
Talia al Ghul:
Bruce Wayne and Talia al Ghul’s relationship may be one of the unhealthiest one on the list, and that’s saying something of the woman who puts Catwoman in a good light. Talia al Ghul is Ra’s al Ghul’s daughter and a female assassin. She has been one of the longest relationships that Bruce has had, that even resulted in a baby, Damien Wayne. Of course, how the baby was conceived showed the true nature of their relationship. Their son was either created in an artificial womb without Bruce’s consent or because Talia drugged Bruce into having sex with her. She was on the top list amongst his ex-girlfriends.
Wonder Woman and Batman work together in Justice league, so there was bound to be some attraction which grew out of loyalty and respect. In the Justice League cartoon, there was a playful “will they/won’t they?” build up to their relationship that even resulted in a kiss. The relationship was never fully explored due to both people’s reluctance to damage their working relationship. A great loss for everyone.
Silver St. Cloud:
Silver was definitely a love that got away for our unfortunate hero. Silver St. Cloud was a wealthy socialite in Gotham City who struck up a relationship with Bruce Wayne. She discovered his secret but was accepting of who he was. Bruce was so happy to finally find a lady love like Silver that he decided to put a ring on it. But sadly, they never made it to the alter because she was murdered by the villain Onomatopoeia.
Vicky Vale was one of Bruce Wayne’s first love interest in the comics. Vale was a news reporter who was relentless in her pursuit to find out the secret identity of Batman and his actions with Gotham City. She was actually one of the first people to put together that Bruce Wayne was Batman. Unfortunately, Wayne’s wandering eye put a stop to the relationship and the end of Vicky Vale’s part in Batman’s world.
This happened in Batman Beyond where the future Batman, Terry McGinnis, impregnated Barbara Gordon while she was involved with his partner, Dick Grayson. Batman informs Dick about this himself and the situation gets worse. Moreover, she suffers a miscarriage and things get really tensed in the Batcave.
Vesper Fairchild was a radio talk show host who got romantically involved with Bruce Wayne in “Batman” #540. She appeared in the comics for a year but after Gotham City was devastated by an earthquake she disappeared. Later when she returned, they came closer than ever and she also learned the big secret.