Batman would usually manage to fool her by the end of each story into concluding that he was not really Bruce Wayne, but her suspicions would re-emerge in a later story.
The character was ranked 93rd in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.
Vicki Vale first appeared in Batman #49 (October 1948), and was created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger. 1948) in a 12-page story entitled, "Scoop of the Century!
Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, the character debuted in Batman #49 (October 1948).
Vicky Vale is typically depicted as a romantic interest of Bruce Wayne, the alter-ego of Batman.
When hospitalized after an attack by the Ventriloquist, Bruce struggles over whether or not to tell her he is Batman, but decides not to, which leads to the end of their relationship.
Bruce later regrets this when he descends into a brief depression following his defeat at the hands of Bane.In 1964, Julius Schwartz became the editor of the Batman-related comics.Schwartz dropped a number of Batman's Silver Age backing characters, including Vicki Vale, Batwoman, Bat-Girl, Bat-Mite, and Ace the Bat-Hound. The editor and writer were apparently unaware of her 1970s appearances, so there was no mention of her marriage, and it was stated in a footnote that she had not appeared since Detective #320.Vicki returned in 19 in the Grant/Breyfogle era to coincide with release of Tim Burton's Batman.She once again began a romantic relationship with Bruce Wayne, but became upset over his frequent absences.She also had a rivalry for Bruce's affections with Julia Remarque, the daughter of Alfred Pennyworth and Mademoiselle Marie.