In a stunning turn of events, Batman recently asked Catwoman to marry him, and the two planned an ill-fated wedding for this month in the pages of his comic. Detective Comics, No. His personal life is a question mark. Batman, No. DC Super-Stars, No.
Everyone knows that two is better than one. For the first several years of his career, Batman refused help in any form when it came to crime-fighting. Eventually, he grew out of that way of thinking and became a better person for it. Supposing that Catwoman and Batman did get together, this would be a benefit to the both of them as they patrol the streets of Gotham at night. When it comes to supervillains, Batman has a uniquely terrible roster of enemies.
For the most part, these criminals are vile, bloodthirsty scum that would jump at the chance to make the Dark Knight suffer in any possible way. As soon as they managed to find out that Catwoman is Batman's new bride, these villains would make it their mission in life to exterminate the feline vigilante.
With all of those evil criminals bearing down on her at once, there's a good chance she wouldn't survive. These two lovers have been going back and forth for several decades now.
It seems as though their relationship has stagnated with no real progress being made anymore. It's about damn time that Batman and Catwoman realize that they're just going to keep coming back together, fully commit to each other, and get married. At this point, that seems to be the best path forward to help ensure that both characters continue to grow.
She was convinced by Batman to give up her criminal ways and become a vigilante much like he is. Since then, the two have worked together quite extensively. Catwoman is now considered an honorary member of the Bat-Family and even joined the Justice League for a short while. Everyone knows that co-workers shouldn't date. Such relationships bring with them a bevy of new problems.
It's better off for both of them that they see other people. As previously mentioned, Batman made Catwoman a better person. He helped convince her to do more with her life. Without that push, she would have likely remained on the run or behind bars for the rest of her days.
In much the same way, Catwoman has also made Batman a better person. Helping him see that criminals can change their ways has left the caped crusader with a lot more optimism than he would have otherwise. If the two characters were to get married, they would only continue to improve each other. Maybe she hasn't. Often thieves and cat-burglars steal things simply for the thrill of it. That was certainly the case for Selina Kyle.
Just because she's given up crime for a short amount of time doesn't mean that Catwoman is doing so permanently. The allure of the many priceless artifacts that she is used to stealing is no doubt still pulling on Catwoman's desires.
If they were to get married, she might get bored enough to start stealing again.
Batman and Catwoman marry and have a son, Damian. Later, it's revealed the whole story is a work of fan-fiction by Alfred. The Dark Knight Rises. Catwoman (Selina Kyle) is a fictional character created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane who appears in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with thatliz.comng as "the Cat" in Batman #1 (Spring ), she is one of the Dark Knight's most enduring enemies and belongs to the collective of adversaries that make up his rogues gallery. Directed by Oscar Rudolph. With Adam West, Burt Ward, Alan Napier, Neil Hamilton. Catwoman mind-controls Robin!. The Caped Crusader must stop her before she does who-knows-what with him!.
Everything about Batman and Catwoman just seems to fit together perfectly. Catwoman is more fun whereas Batman is serious.
Compare Go-Karting with Bowser when the relationship is platonic rather than romantic or sexualLoves My Alter Ego for similar relationships between heroes and bystandersand Defecting for Love which happens when the Catwoman decides to go straight after all.
The one-sided version of this may be a Villainous Crush. See Foe Romance Subtext for the less explicit version of this, and Fatal Attraction when it's more dangerous.
Compare Friendly Enemies. Has nothing to do with dating a Cat Girl.
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Esdese just happens to be an insane sadist working for an extremely corrupt government and Tatsumi is a member of a rebel group trying to topple said government. While Esdese is unaware of this fact, Tatsumi tried a Love Redeems on Esdese more than once, trying to use her love for him to make her become good, but gave up quickly when he realized Esdese is completely insane and can't change. The central romance in Cat's Eye is between Hitomi and Toshio.
Although Toshio remaining unaware of it is a crucial part of their relationship. Dragon Ball Z does this twicethough both times the aftermath is shown rather than the circumstances of their falling in love.
The first to do this is Bulma, who, over the course of three years, has a relationship with former warrior prince and The Starscream to the previous Big Ba Vegeta. Interesting in that a time traveler who is actually Bulma and Vegeta's future son tells the hero this will happen before it does, which knocks him on his ass. The second instance is Krillin, who falls in love with former troubled enemy Android After a time skip of seven years, it's shown that they got married and had a kid since she's technically a cyborg, not an android Judau displays some degree of concern for Haman, although how much of it was a romantic interest is open to debate.
Judging by how the ladies get interested in him Causes less problems than most examples, since Hans is no mortal enemy, but a decent, friendly Worthy Opponent in a sports tournament.
Kaitou Saint Tail and Asuka Jr. Jeanne and Chiaki were justified in the manga: It turns out that the two are, in fact, Adam and Eve. Bizarre example in The Lucifer and Biscuit Hammerwhere the two people are technically on the same side at the present due to an Enemy Minebut nevertheless one wants to destroy the world and the other wants to save it. Snake Knight : If, at the very end, I win and stop the two of you [from destroying the world], would you go out with me?
Lizard Knight : I I'll think about it. Comic Books. Naturally, the Trope Namer and most famous example is the romantic tension between Catwoman and Batman. The Earth-2 versions of the characters actually married and had a kid, the original Huntress. Why bother stealing when you're married to a multimillionaire? The main versions became a couple too, and Bruce even revealed his identity to her and she moved into the mansion with him.
The relationship didn't last, but they both developed a respect for each other and Batman mostly looks the other way when Catwoman does her thing.
However, things got a bit more interesting with the two. Continuing to dance around one another constantly to the point of a nearly functional relationship, then to a distant one due to fear of repercussions from their knowledge of one another's identity, the couple have certainly reheated things a bit since Bruce's return to the present Regardless, she has even accompanied him on his international travels to establish Batman Inc.
But all that Character Development in their relationship has been set back to square one with the DC Universe rebootin which Catwoman has no idea who Batman is behind the mask although she suspects he knows who she is. Doesn't stop her from having costumed sex with him though. And then in DC Rebirth not only does he reveal his identity to her again, he proposes. It remains to be seen how this plays out, though. Funnily enough, the whole 'dating Catwoman' trait stems from the fact that Batman himself has a weakness for villainesseswhich he acknowledged in Batman R.
His relationship with Talia al Ghul in the main continuity where they have a son together is similar with his relationship with Catwoman. In Gotham City Sirensit was mentioned that Catwoman and Talia are probably the only two women Batman has truly loved. It's not surprising that both of them are villainesses.
Very explicit in one standalone strip called "Date Night"; Batman catches Catwoman in the middle of a robbery and chases her through various romantic locations including a flower stall and a fancy restaurant, all the while Catwoman is talking and flirting with him as if they were actually on a date. When he finally catches her, they briefly fight and she leaves him tied up and dangling upside down from a fire escape, kisses him goodnight and runs away. In Batman the Dark Knight after the reboot, Bruce is attracted to Jaina Hudson, but becomes suspicious of her after new villainess White Rabbit issues the same "Catch me if you can" flirtatious challenge Jaina made in their first meeting.
His suspicions are debunked when the White Rabbit shows up on the radar while he is on a date with Jaina. It turns out he was right after all, since Jaina has the power to split herself into two people - her normal self and the White Rabbit. Depending on the WriterPoison Ivy may have a downplayed, one-sided version of this; she is sometimes portrayed as attracted to Batman, viewing him as either a worthy rival, the only "good" man she knows, or both, but Batman does not reciprocate the attraction.
The two work together to take down a shady auction, with Selina treating it as a date. In Batman Beyon Terry tries to invoke this trope upon meeting a new Catwoman. She refuses. This trope is later played straight, when she ends up sleeping with Dick Grayson. Inverted in Catwoman: Guardian of Gotham. Selina dates and marries Bruce thinking that he's a handsome, good-hearted man, and feels nothing but utter revulsion towards the psychotic Batman. Too bad they happen to be the same person.
Superman : For a long time, Lois Lane was both Superman's primary love interest and one of his main antagonists. She was constantly trying to expose the fact that he was really Clark Kent, which would of course have wrecked his life.
He had to work very hard to keep one step ahead of her, even as he was also drawn to her. Appropriately, in Justice League Unlimited she died in his armsor at least she appeared to; she was never seen again but it was never confirmed if she truly died or not, while her comics counterpart is still alive and well.
Then again, he did fall in love with her good personality, Rose. His second wife, the Harlequin, also started out as one of his adversaries, although she was long reformed and retired by the time they married. Making this trope happen is actually the entire reason Harlequin turned to crime.
She wanted to catch Lantern's eye, and decided that donning a sexy costume and alternately stealing things and teaming up with him would be the best way to attract his attention. His wife Jean Loring became the villain Eclipso after their marriage and divorce His successor as Atom, Ryan Choi was dating Giganta. It was apparently a serious enough relationship that she took vengeance on his murderer.
Roy Harper a. However, they fell in love with each other and Roy realized he wouldn't be able to do it and walked out Cheshire herself didn't find out who Roy was until it was all said and done, and decided to use Lian's existence to torment Roy as payback for leaving her.
Roy gained permanent custody of Lian after Cheshire destroyed the country of Qurac for shits and giggles. While the two aren't together anymore and Roy knows how awful Cheshire is, there still seem to be lingering feelings between the two that Roy is having trouble processing, mainly because of how it all effects Lian.
This constantly causes drama whenever Cheshire reappears in Roy's and Lian's lives. However, it's implied Cheshire is such a sociopath she's incapable of having real love for Roy and mainly exploits Roy's feelings to use him and screw with him.
This is a woman who conceived a replacement baby when her daughter's well being was used as a bargaining chip against her. It's also implied if Roy knew just how little Cheshire cared about Lian he'd want nothing to do with her, if not outright try to murder her for such disregard of Lian's life.
Superboy s clone version dated New Goddess Knockout, under the impression she was a well-meaning thrillseeker, rather than a murderous sociopath. Supergirl not the original, a shape-changing alien called Matrix had a sexual relationship with Lex Luthor who had put his mind into a cloned body of his younger self. She didn't know since Lex was posing as his own estranged son at the time.
Prior to the Flashpoint reboot, Red Robin was sort of dating the second Lynx, who was either a gang-leader or a Hong Kong cop undercover as a gang-leader.
The irony that he was in a relationship with a possible-villain in a cat mask was not lost on him. It's not clear how far this went, though Dan keeps a framed picture years after retiring and seems deeply embarrassed when pressed for details. Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male is completely averted. Marvel Universe : Silver Age Marvel Comics tended to see this pop up a great deal with heroines and manly-man opponents - e.
Arguably, this resulted less in creating interesting tension than just creating a less effective heroine. Spider-Man and the Black Cat who become Spider-Man's girlfriend for a couple of years before he married Mary Jane and on-and-off lover after the "divorce". And things between them soured badly during the Superior Spider-Man 's run-in with the Cat who, like everyone, didn't know that Doc Ock had taken over Spidey's body : he beat her up and left her to the police without so much as a "hello".
Not only was she arrested, but everything she's pilfered over the years was confiscated. Her "queenpin" lifestyle led to nothing but stints in hospital and general humiliation from more experienced mobsters, and she eventually turned good again.
She realized the reason she couldn't think straight was because she no longer knew Spider-Man's identity. Peter ultimately decided to share his secret with her, triggering a much needed reconciliation.
The Mighty Thor and The Enchantress Amoraa goddess of Asgard, who spent years hatching plans to harass and seduce the god of thunder.
He eventually relented and had a brief romantic relationship with her. But these events were eventually wiped from reality. Captain America dating Diamondback, a member of the Serpent Society a group of snake-themed supervillains.
This is a somewhat defanged no pun intended instance, as Diamondback offered to drop crime for him practically in their first meeting. Not that she came off all that convincing, but Then again, it's not surprising considering the number of paramours Tony's had over the years. It came to the point where Frost masqueraded as Tony's personal secretary after they first broke up and resumed their relationship once her cover was blown. Also, he eventually got into a relationship with Black Widowa former enemy.
Daredevil has many. ElektraTyphoid Maryetc. Arguably, as this was all part of a plot and the Torch didn't know who she really was, this may not count.
But the two later revealed that they had indeed developed strong feelings for each other. Storm of the X-Men is a notable case in that it's practically become a running gag and yes, it's been lampshaded that villains want her and sometimes Storm herself is interested back. No less than Doom himself decided at one point that Storm would make for a perfect consort. Ant-Man ended up having this kind of relationship with Beetle.
He didn't take this development well because when he first became a superhero Captain America expressly warned him to avoid this trope. Cat Tales : Almost the entire reason for the existence of this now almost 20 year old series still going.
Starts with Catwoman protesting her portrayal in the local tabloid the Gotham Post in an off-Broadway show. Which Prompts Batman to negotiate a Relationship Upgrade. Selina is living in Wane manor by volume 3. Spider-Man Symbiotic : This ultimate Spider-man spin-off has a symbiote infused Peter having a long-term temporary fling with Black Cat a Marvel Comics Expy of Catwoman because she reminds him of White Tiger, whom is in a relationship with Luke Cage though it's a bit rocky with their beliefs of Peter being dead and all.
Alternately Kid can also be paired with his other biggest rival Saguru Hakuba or even Conan's best friend and fellow detective Heiji Hattorithough they've never met.
This also applies to the rare times when Kid and Shinichi's fathers get paired up. The ready supply of attractive villains probably has something to do with this. In fact Mello x Matt is the only popular ship in the Death Note fandom where both parties are completely on the same side and aren't trying to kill each other. They have "Victory Sex" once and Naomi ends up having Light's child, which she conceals from everyone.
And that's the most normal thing that happens in that wonderfully bizarre and light fic. Lampshaded in Fever Dreams when L gets him and Light some matching tracking devices which he uses when he keeps Light under house arrest and nicknames them "the wedding bands.
Usually a member of New Directions starts dating one of their bullies or someone from a rival glee club. A good fifty percent of all Kim Possible fics seem to be focused on KiGo However, many KiGo fics veer away from this trope by having one of them permanently switch sides, either by Shego going legit or Kim being seduced into criminality.
Any time that Batman begins dating someone in the comics, this often becomes a huge issue for the relationship. When you decided to start dating someone, that is a full commitment. Especially if you declare love for one another (as Batman and Catwoman have), it is each party's responsibility to fully devote themselves to the betterment of the. Funnily enough, the whole 'dating Catwoman' trait stems from the fact that Batman himself has a weakness for villainesses, which he acknowledged in Batman R.I.P. His relationship with Talia al Ghul in the main continuity (where they have a son together) is similar with his relationship with Catwoman. Batman's relationship with Selina Kyle, the Catwoman, is the most enduring and iconic of his relationships. Unfortunately, their unconventional lifestyles and personal choices have often caused them to grow apart from each other, although there have been many stories in which the two of them have decided to form a serious relationship.
In Voldemort Goes Back To Schoolwhen Voldemort in the body of a teenager infiltrates Hogwarts as a new student in the hopes of killing Harry, Hermione notices that the new Slytherin kid keeps sending Harry "heated stares" and comes to the conclusion that he has a crush on him. Hilarity Ensues. Voldemort : This was not how wizards dueled!
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Peter: Here's a bit of free advice before you hit the dating scene. Not even morally ambiguous cat burglars. Izuku: I-I wouldn't! Peter: Yeah, that's what I said too. Just keep that in mind before you head to school.
Films - Animated. The Incredibles : Mirage and Mr. Incredible though the extent of their relationship is very unclear. Of course, the fact that Mirage ends up apparently turning good anyway and helping the protagonists makes it more questionable. Really only a partial example as they were never really in a relationship Mr. Incredible already being married and Mirage respecting thatbut their flirtatious banter, while standard for superheroes, did have strong subtext of being an emotional affair on his part.
One of the DVD extras is an explicit reference to this trope: In the background info on the Supers, there's an audio clip where The Casanova Gamma Jack describes how difficult it is to fight attractive female supervillains.
Subverted a bit in that Gamma Jack is also implied to be a superhuman supremacist and thus not a nice person at all.
The Hercules version of Megara is a minion of Hades who sold her soul to him to save the man she loved who subsequently dumped her for somebody else.
She reluctantly helps him try to kill Herculesbut begrudgingly finds herself falling for his simple goodness.
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Strange Magic : Both literal and figurative sparks start flying between Marianne and the Bog King when they start dueling each other. The fight ends with them panting and out of breath, staring at each other.
Despite being the heir and ruling sovereign of their respective warring countries and that he kidnapped her sister, the two end up falling for each other. Films - Live-Action. They also turn out OK. Notably, in a change from the novel, Karen appears to deliberately plant an escape artist in Jack's prison transport so she can keep chasing him. Amy : If you'll excuse me, I have a date with the devil. Played straight in the Alterien series; despite the fact Helena is a ruthless and morally ambiguous business woman with criminal connections, Oberon eventually falls for her charms.
Alcatraz Series : Attica is the heir of the Smedry clan, a family of once-royalty with magical talents who lead the fight again the evil Librarians who now rule more than half of the world. Attica falls in love with and ends up marrying a Librarian named Shasta. They're a rather more deconstructed version than usual, and by the time of the books, they've been separated for almost 13 years-although they're not actually divorced. It's clear why they don't work as a couple, but it's also clear that they still have some love for each other.
When they finally do share a scene together, there's the kind of banter you'd expect from this trope. He's a former space cop turned pilot. She's a smuggler. His father was the one who finally landed her father in jail.
Still, she's a smuggler on the Rebellion's side, is like a sister to his commanding officer, and doesn't smuggle anything too nasty. They make it work. Even if her father objects strongly. The later Wraith Squadron books have another one between Myn Donos, the Wraiths' sniper who lost his whole squadron in an Imperial ambush, and Lara Notsil, really Gara Petothel, an Imperial spy who planted the information attracting them to the ambush.
After flying with the Wraiths in disguise for a while she ends up Becoming the Mask and falling in love with him. She's forced to fake her death, but Mercy Kill reveals they eventually found each other and are Happily Married with children. He's the last of the Jedi, she's the former personal assassin of the Emperor who wiped out the Jedi whose final assignment was to assassinate Luke.
Then he rebuilds the Jedi and she becomes second in command of one of the largest criminal organizations in the galaxy. Of course, despite the Jedi theoretically being keepers of law and order, said criminal organization ends up being one of their most reliable allies and gets less and less criminal as time goes on. And of course, their son Ben may perhaps become involved with a Sith girl, Vestara Khai. There's certainly high amounts of UST. Bear in mind that the Jedi and Sith have existed largely for the specific purpose of opposing each other for thousands of years, and ultimately the conflict dates to before either order actually existed.
Not quite a textbook example, as by the time of the book they've decided they have more in common with one another than either of them has with his respective boss, and have an Arrangement.
In addition, this is more like Asexual Life Partnersdue to the very nature of angels and demons. Played straight with Anathema, who's a witch, and Newt, who's a witch-hunter, albeit a not-very-enthusiastic one.
John Taylor, from the Nightside novels, had a brief affair with Bad Penny, an assassin-for-hire. Upon his return from London, they wind up trying to kill each other. There is a short sci-fi story about a female investment banker in the future, whose job is to spend the day looking for emerging niche markets to invest in. To motivate her, she is in competition with a figure called "The Antagonist", which is strongly implied to be an AI. At the end of the story it's revealed that The Antagonist is not only a human being, but also her husband, and it is apparently SOP at the company they work for to pit married couples against each other.
They remain Happily Married throughout. The Scarlet Pimpernel : Sir Percy and Marguerite Blakeney lived estranged for a year during which the latter fell in love with his alter ego before Marguerite's Heel Realization and redemption.
At first, Jim only wishes to catch her for his boss Inskipp. After all, it's not a very good idea to have a crazy murderess flying around in a giant battleship. After he foils her initial plot, she tries to kill him. He then gets a disguise and finds her again, running a con on another planet. While in this disguise, he starts to see a different side of her. He saves her from an assassin, and they end up spending the night together.
She later reveals that she knew who he was but didn't care anymore.
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After some psychiatric help to remove her homicidal tendencies, they end up getting married although it's literally a Shotgun Weddingthus the following novels no longer fit this trope. The only woman Hercule Poirot comes close to being romantically involved with, is a highly skilled jewel thief.
And really, he is the one who lies to her. This is nothing to Athos, however, as he is still legally married to Milady by the time the book takes place. Lymond Chronicles Where to begin? There is the cringe-inducing tension between Lymond and ex-from-Hell Margaret. And his night with Joleta, where it is typically ambiguous who is seducing whom. And perhaps Guzel Inheritance Cycle : Nasuada and Murtagh. Their attraction sparks when Murtagh is a prisoner of her father, which blossoms into serious feelings when she's captured by his master Galbotorix.
Ayn Rand : In The Fountainhead the "hatred" between critic Dominique Francon and architect Howard Roark becomes proverbial, and newspaper commentators compare it to "A Medieval vendetta. Nobody knows though they live in New York City and are both much in the public eye that they spend their nights together. In bed she tells him what she had done that day to destroy his career, and he laughs - knowing this is her way of showing that she really loves him.
The two thoroughly enjoy acting like arch enemies in public by day and being secret lovers by night. When she finally finds him the famous John Galtshe falls in love with him at first sight, but still tries all she can to thwart him for another quarter of the book. Rand's posthumously published Journals include a planned scene where she actually hands him over to the police and then bursts out crying when he is taken away; in the actual book, she only pretends to do it in order to save his life.
In Jack Vance 's Lyonesse trilogy, the protagonist Aillas falls in love with the haughty viking-like maiden Tatzel while being a slave at her father's castle. He escapes, comes back as a warrior king, kidnaps her and undergoes many adventures together with her, saving her life several times. Throughout he acts as the perfect gentleman, not taking advantage of his power over her. At one moment she actually offers him sexual favors in exchange for her liberty - but Aillas, wanting a love she is unwilling and unable to give him, declines the offer and sets her free anyway.
Finally, when Aillas brings his army to assault the castle, Tatzel takes up a bow and arrow and dies among the last-ditch defenders.
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The victorious Aillas sadly refuses to look for "the body of the valiant maiden" among the scorched bodies in the ruins of the castle, and goes on to find another and more rewarding love. Almost every Sherlock Holmes work not by Arthur Conan Doylefrom professional novels to amateur fanfics, has this crop up between Holmes and Irene Adler, to varying degrees of intensity and success.
While he eventually loosens up on the fact that she killed his partner Ultimately coming to the conclusion that if he'd known how dirty his partner was, he might have killed him himselfthe basic fact that she's an assassin and he's a cop creates a conflict that they're never quite able to get over despite their mutual attraction, and Donovan ultimately removes himself from temptation by transferring to a different city.
The novel Never Leave Me by Margaret Pemberton takes place in Nazi-occupied France, and its plot features a French girl who is active in the Resistance and a German Wehrmacht officer who fall deeply in love with each other.
Much against both of their wills and in complete contradiction to the mutually-antagonistic national causes both of them serve, they are helpless to stop their intensive attraction to each other.
Happens in The Stone Prince in the middle of a battle, to the point where the man retires from combat to let his hormones settle before going after the woman again. The Committee of Public Safety of the People's Republic of Haven in the Honor Harrington series of novels assigned Political Officers to watch over its captains and admirals, as they were terrified the Navy might try a coup.
Unfortunately for the Committee, though, one of those commissioners and her admiral wound up falling quite desperately in love with each other.
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Though the two maintained a facade of icy hostility in publicas the commissioner in question was trusted implicitly by the Committee and thus could use her position to her own ends, behind closed doors was quite a different matter.
In the end, with the help of a few other key Navy personnel and their collaborative commissioners, they ended up overthrowing the committee and restoring the Republic of Haven. Moore 's Jirel of Joiry is a feudal warrior maiden. In the story "Black God's Kiss" Guillaume the Conqueror besieges and captures Jirel's castle after a prolonged fight, kills her retainers and captures Joiry herself.
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He tries to force a kiss upon her whereupon she sinks her teeth into his neck, barely missing the jugular, and later she escapes from the dungeon where she was held. Determined to find at all costs a way of destroying Guillaume, Jirel enters a dark underground world, braving countless dangers, monsters and perilous black magic.
By kissing the statue of a sinister black god she gains the power of giving Guillaume a Kiss of Deathreturns to the castle, kisses Guillaume and has the satisfaction of seeing him immediately die in great agony.
Only when seeing him dead does she realize that she had been passionately in love with Guillaume all along and that now he is dead "the light had gone out of her world" - and she bursts out bitterly crying for the beloved enemy she had killed.
It's hard to tell if that's actually true or not. Gabriel says it isn'tbut he doesn't try too hard to get rid of her when she glomps him. Rushing over to open it, Lucyfar squealed, "No time to talk about it. My date is here! Who were the thirteen-year-olds here? We filed out onto the rooftop after her as a mass of white wings fluttered down out of the sky. They tucked behind Gabriel's back as he landed, only slightly out of the way. Live-Action TV.
Jack and Nina from Though all tension is gone from Jack's end and replaced with genuine hatred once Nina kills his wife. Jack Bristow and Irina Derevko on Alias. Complicated by the very real betrayals on Irina's part, not just the original swallow mission, but multiple subsequent betrayals of both her 'husband' and their daughter Sydney. Her attraction to Jack is clear Alphas : Gary and Anna, though neither of them have any real contempt for each other, and are more close friends than anything else.
On AngelWesley and Lilah Morgan, whom he later beheaded. Lorne made them do it! Downplayed in Babylon 5where Vir Cotto helps Narns escape the Centauri occupation while his ditzy fiancee Lyndisty fondly remembers killing entire villages. Vir was less than thrilled with the setup; and Lyndisty is never heard from again after the single episode in which she appears.
Sharon Valerii is suitably star-crossed.