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issue 24, an unmasked Dark Knight gets down on one knee, diamond in hand, during a rooftop rendezvous in Gotham City, with two important words for his longtime love Catwoman: “Marry me.”It’s the culmination of their 75-year relationship “into one unprecedented moment,” says writer Tom King.

“I want people to go home and be like, ‘Should she marry him? ’ There’s a whole conversation that could come out of this.”In the new issue, Batman presents her with a diamond that he’s secretly kept for decades, tells her he loves and needs her, and then goes for the ultimate romantic gesture.“Everyone’s done vengeance, everyone’s done ‘The night is so dark,’ ” King says.

Wonder Woman is a Greek demi-goddess raised in an isolated female warrior culture, while Batman is the weird child of unchecked crime and unlimited wealth.

Wonder Woman strives to set an example for those she protects, and Batman uses intimidation and fear to advance his goals.

Batman fights a one man war against the out of control criminal element in his city, while Wonder Woman wants to use the Amazon message of peace (which often contradicts with her warrior mentality) to unlock humanity's true potential. Both are warriors and superheroes who can operate in solitude but work best with allies and friends.

They're both natural leaders with sharp tactical minds, they're among the best fighters in the world, and they both fly cool jets.

Perhaps its because of the logistical challenges, or because DC doesn't typically put Batman in long term relationships, or maybe it's because they know the unavoidable truth: once Wonder Woman goes Bats, there's no going back.

25 (out June 21) Batman tells Catwoman that before she marries him, he needs to tell her about his darkest moment.“It’s like, ‘You think you know me, but you don’t know me until this,’ ” King says.

In Telltale's Batman, he's a childhood friend of Bruce's who has wound up on the opposite side of the law.

When he reunites with Bruce, he spouts a bunch of apocalyptic economic restructuring rhetoric that's definitely a bit of foreshadowing for future drama.

Batman was willing to put aside the persona and mystique he had built around himself and show his "true self" in order to save Wonder Woman, a fitting analogy for his relationship with Diana.

On its surface level, Batman and Wonder Woman seem like a bit of an odd couple.