The End of the Dark Knight
On his last adventures, Batman prevented the murder of Commissioner Gordon,  confronted Poison Ivy,  Deadshot,   Wrath,  Penguin,   Mad Hatter,  and the terrorist known as Darkwolf  with help from Catwoman.  He also stopped other criminals like Calendar Man,   the False Face Society and their leader, Black Mask,   Mirror Master and Captain Boomerang,   and Hugo Strange for the last time. 
In a last attempt to get his romantic life in order, Bruce Wayne ended his relationship with Vicki Vale and Batman told Catwoman that there was no future for them.  While tracking down the Night-Slayer, who returned to Gotham and started killing members of the False Face Society, Batman encountered Nocturna and they surrendered to their mutual love.  However, Batman turned away from Nocturna due to her own dark and dangerous nature, even thought it was precisely that which he loved in her. Going back to convince her to reform, Batman was forced to fight Catwoman, who wanted to capture Ne. In the struggle, Catwoman was struck by lightning and almost died. It was then that Batman realized that he also loved Catwoman, until she reformed and he didn’t love her anymore. This realization brought a painful epiphany to Batman, who finally understood that he was attracted to dark and dangerous women, online cash advance loan New Jersey because he knew he could never love them. 
In order to prove himself wrong, Batman took Catwoman to the hospital, where she recovered faster than expected and Batman tried to convince her and himself that he was truly in love with her.  Choosing Catwoman over Nocturna, Batman doomed the latter to death, caused by the vicious attack of the Night-Slayer, which he was too late to stop.  Even though Batman mourned the loss of Nocturna, he realized it had been an unnatural obsession and he resumed his relationship with Catwoman,  bringing her and Robin closer together. 
Once things got back to normal, Batman started working with Catwoman and convinced Commissioner Gordon to allow her to continue her vigilante activities.  As a result of their new partnership, Batman and Catwoman teamed-up with Green Arrow and Black Canary to stop some corrupt businessmen from abusing their employees in Star City.  Later, Batman became involved in an international affair in order to capture the terrorist known as The Dark Rider.   Soon, Batman and Catwoman worked together to stop the threat of a new villain called Film Freak.   
Afterwards, Batman learned that Two-Face had escaped from Arkham and tried to capture him, failing on his first  and second attempts.  On the third attempt, Batman managed to stop Two-Face thanks to Catwoman, Robin and Black Mask’s former associate, Circe.  As Batman and Catwoman grew apart,  they finally ended their relationship for good.  On Batman’s last mission, he was challenged by almost all of the prominent enemies he made over the years, who were organized by Ra’s al Ghul to eliminate Batman. With help from his ever trusting allies, Batman thwarted their plans and conquered over evil, as he always did. 
After the events of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, Batman’s existence and history was completely altered, and although some elements from his history remained unchanged, he was ultimately transformed into a different person, existing on a different reality.
Bruce and Pre-Crisis Gotham are taken to Convergence by Brainiac and Telos and are trapped for a year. After the dome goes down, he and The Outsiders fight OMAC and his army.  He and the Outsiders manage to defeat OMAC and he has a talk with Metamorpho afterwards.