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In that issue she begins asking questions and is met by Bruce Wayne (actually Hush/Thomas Elliot in disguise). This happens in Issue 9 of Red Robin where Wayne/Elliot avoids questions. In Bruce Wayne: The Road Home, before she publishes Bruce's secret, Vicki wants to know how and why he is Batman.
She calls Wayne Manor and threatens to publish the article if Bruce does not meet with her to discuss it.
Vicky Vale is typically depicted as a romantic interest of Bruce Wayne, the alter-ego of Batman.
The character was ranked 93rd in Comics Buyer's Guide's "100 Sexiest Women in Comics" list.
At the end of the story she is seen arranging pictures on her wall, connecting various members of the Batman Family to their secret identities, and declaring that she will prove her suspicions.
Vicki becomes an important supporting player in Issue 6 in the Red Robin series.
While the general public is more interested in what happened to Batman, Vale wants to know what happened to Bruce Wayne, who was last "seen" in Vietnam (which was actually Hush masquerading as Wayne).
Vicki speaks with Lucius Fox but still cannot get a proper answer about Bruce's whereabouts.
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In the next issue of Gotham Gazette, "Batman Alive", Vicki sees that Bruce is not present at the gala.
While there, she observes the tension between Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon, as well as the scarring on Tim Drake, allowing her to discover the double lives they and Bruce have been leading.
She once again began a romantic relationship with Bruce Wayne, but became upset over his frequent absences.
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.