Frivolous lawsuits like this have to be the bane of studios' existence. (Get it? Bane!) In "The Dark Knight Rises," Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) sought a computer program ("Clean Slate") that would wipe all traces of her sordid criminal past from the world's computers. The fictional program was mentioned twice, and......
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Customshoegeekness makes custom, appliqued shoes (wedges, flats and platforms) with nerdy themes, like these handmade Marvel poster heels and these Catwoman wedges. (via Geekymerch) Read the rest
New York City's Sheila Massey doesn’t wear a mask and she doesn’t have any superpowers that I know of, but she is a real-life Catwoman, the protector of feral, abandoned, and otherwise stray cats who call Washington Heights home. While...Show More Summary
Time for another parade of photos featuring my favorite Catwoman of all time, Julie Newmar!I suppose I should end this now... before you get too stupefied!
We all know it's high time Hollywood gave us a lady-led superhero film (that isn't Halle Berry's Catwoman). But given the studio system's intense reluctance to do so, what do you think would happen if a real-life female superhero tried to pitch a movie of her life?
If you have the space in your collection, this Batman Dark Knight Rises Bat-Pod with Catwoman Pre-Assembled 1:18 Model Kit is the perfect item to display. This SDCC 2014 exclusive is a limited edition of 1,000 pieces! It is resin cast and sculpted by Jeff Yager. You won’t need any glue or paint with this […]
It's been nine years since Jennifer Garner starred in Elektra and ten years since Halle Berry starred in Catwoman, and while the comic book superheroes — from Spider-Man to Wolverine to Iron Man and Thor — are raking in cash at the box office, the ladies are relegated to supporting cast members. That's about to change. Read more...
It was the ultimate prize for a cat burgling sociopath, and once she’d claimed the cowl of the Batman she knew her legend would grow, along with the severity of her crimes... Catwoman doesn’t take her eyes off the prize until it’s tucked...Show More Summary
The trailer for Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel Gotham hints at origin stories for some of the franchise’s biggest villains, including Catwoman, Penguin, Poison Ivy, and The Riddler, while producers have also said that each episode will contain hints leading to the eventual reveal of the Joker. Show More Summary
Robin Lord Taylor and Camren Bicondova lead the young faces of "Gotham's" underworld who'll emerge as iconic enemies of the Dark Knight.
Just when you thought Gotham had thier hands full dealing with future Batman villains Catwoman, Penguin, Riddler, Poison Ivy, and that recurring teaser the Joker, showrunner Bruno Heller recently teased another big Batman-Comic-Book-Villain, Dr. Show More Summary
Superman, Batman, and Catwoman are ready to take over the world with super-powered cuteness as the DC Comics Q-Pop Vinyl Figures. Standing 3 1/2-inches tall (not counting the base), each figure depicts the popular character in a fitting pose, with Superman standing atop the Daily Planet globe, Batman keeping an eye on Gotham City from […]
Here's another trailer for Fox's Commissioner Gordon prequel Gotham, featuring Ben McKenzie as the young detective investigating a crime scene while baddies Selina Kyle/Catwoman (Camren Bicondova), Fish Mooney (Jada Pinkett-Smith) and Oswald Cobblepott/The Penguin (Robin Taylor) look on menacingly. But there may also be another villain's hand at work here:... More »
Cops James Gordon and Harvey Bullock are featured alongside villains The Penguin and Catwoman in a new 'Gotham' Comic-Con 2014 banner. [...]
In this series of illustration, artist Rick Celis re-envisions Disney characters as Gotham Villains. Elsa as Ms. Freeze, Ariel as Oracle, Pinocchio as Scarface, Tiana as Poison Ivy, Captain Amelia as Catwoman. [Source: Rick Celis on Deviantart | Follow Rick Celis on Facebook | Follow Rick Celis on Twitter]
What if H.R. Giger created Galactus? Or Nagel creating Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn? All these and more are in today's Line It Is Drawn!
The approaching final financial quarter of the year means major comics announcements for October through December, and DC Comics has spent the last two weeks unleashing a steady flow of news. With the new Gotham TV series set to airShow More Summary
?Ask Alfred.? What is it? It is an advice column penned by Batman?s butler? (?How do I get Catwoman?s litter stains out of my cape??) Is it a post-Aughties revamp of a long-forgotten search engine mascot? (RIP.) No (too bad!) and no (thank heavens). Show More Summary