Jeph Loeb is an Emmy Award-nominated and Eisner Award-winning writer/producer living in Los Angeles. In comics, he is best known for his work with the supremely talented artist and partner-in-crime Tim Sale on Batman: The Long Halloween, Superman for All Seasons, and Catwoman: When in Rome for DC as well as Daredevil Yellow, Spider-Man Blue, and Hulk Gray for Marvel. Tim Sale is the Eisner Award-winning artist of Batman: The Long Halloween, Superman for All Seasons, Hulk: Gray, and more.
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale made two long storyline in The Long Halloween and Dark Victory set in the early years of Batman’s career against crime. In the middle of those two storyline was mentioned that Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman, but don’t tell anyone!) did a trip over Rome, Italy. She stayed there for 6 months, but what happened there wasn’t full discussed during the storylines focused on The Batman. Although Catwoman: When in Rome was a style over substance book, Selina Kyle's claw-sharp dialogue and first-person narration - courtesy of Loeb - helped to move things along when the plot (Kyle, "Where'd you get that tie?" - - Selina Kyle "Why do you want to know?" - gangster Christopher 'The Blond' Castillo "I just want to tell my friends never to shop there.
Catwoman: When in Rome is a DC Comics six-issue miniseries written by Jeph Loeb and drawn by Tim Sale. Sale took inspiration for his art from René Gruau, French/Italian fashion illustrator. The story features DC Comics character Catwoman, on a trip to Rome to discover the identity of her father, whom she believes to be crime lord Carmine Falcone. The story takes place in parallel to the later issues of Batman: Dark Victory.
Catwoman: When in Rome. Genres: Action, Adventure, Superhero. Publisher: DC Comics. Writer: Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale. Publication date: November 2004 - August 2005. This 6-part noir series, guest-starring Batman and a host of Gotham’s most colorful and dangerous villains, chronicles Catwoman’s mysterious trip to Italy and her dealings with the deadly Falcone crime family. Don’t miss this tale of a defining moment in the career of Gotham’s sexiest cat burglar!
Catwoman: When in Rome (2004-2005), is a six issue miniseries, published by DC Comics, by the award-winning creative team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale. When they arrive in Rome they meet up with Selina's contact, an excellent hitman known as "The Blond", who doesn't know about Selina's motives or her secret identity, that night Selina ventures the night in a makeshift Catwoman outfit, and pays a visit to Italian Capo Don Verinni, before she can even interrogate him, he dies from a Joker Juice. laced wine and Catwoman's name soars to the top of the mafia's hit list. In Chapter 2, Selina has a second Batman Nightmare.
Part of the Loeb and Sale's Batman Madness Series and Catwoman Series). The Eisner Award-winning team of Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale returns to further the exciting adventures they began in BATMAN: THE LONG HALLOWEEN and followed in BATMAN: DARK VICTORY! Collecting the 6-part series that guest-starred Batman and a host of Gotham's most colorful and dangerous villains, WHEN IN ROME chronicles Catwoman's mysterious trip to Italy and her dealings with the deadly Falcone crime family.
DC Catwoman, When in Rome, A Murder Mystery, by Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale 2005 Mini Series. Catwoman When in Rome Tim Sale Mini Series Full Set 1 2 3 4 5 6 Jeph Loeb. Catwoman When in Rome SIGNED Tim Sale Mini Series Full Set 1 2 3 4 5 6 Jeph Loeb. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. DC Comics Catwoman When in Rome 2 NM-/M 2004. In a later story by Jeph Loeb, Batman: Hush, the Riddler's obsession to uncover Batman's secret identity finally proves successful. Cowsill, Alan; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). DC Comics Year By Year A Visual Chronicle. p. 315. ISBN 978-0-7566-6742-9.
Catwoman: When In Rome is sort of a side chapter that takes place during Batman: Dark Victory. It follows Catwoman in her quest to confirm whether The Roman is her father or not. The book is by my favourite writing team Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale and it’s set within my favourite universe. However, this is a relatively short book that may or may not need it’s place within canon.