Each week, Big Issues focuses on newly released comic books of significance. This week, it’s Betty & Veronica #1, written and drawn by Adam Hughes (Catwoman, Before Watchmen: Dr. Manhattan) with colorist Jose Villarrubia (X-Men: Legacy,...Show More Summary
Play as Catwoman, the Joker, the Riddler, Two-Face, and more.
Rei-Doll, Ryoko-demon, and Yaya Han look absolutely perfect as Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman! These three never cease to wow me with their beautiful costumes! Photography by the always amazing Kifir. Cosplayers: Rei-Doll asShow More Summary
There’s really only one person to ask about what CatConLA was like this weekend, and that’s the original cat lady — er, Catwoman. “Awesome. Awesome, incredible. I don’t know why this didn’t happen before,” said Julie Newmar, who played the slinky feline fatale in the 1960s Batman television series, during...
The collectibles company continues the buildup to Comic-Con with Deadpool and Gorilla Grodd Pop! figures, and a Rock Candy Catwoman.
For all of the time that Catwoman has been around, there have been numerous and varied iterations, providing a wealth of options to cosplayers. It’s always a delight to see a Catwoman at a convention, whether she’s in the old-schoolShow More Summary
Selina Kyle was born to be wild with the DC Comics Gotham Garage Catwoman DC Stars Tonner Doll. If feline femme fatale Catwoman was a biker instead of a cat burglar – or a biker in addition to being a cat burglar, she’d probably look a lot this Gotham Garage version of the character, featuring […]
The high-end doll manufacturer's newest DC Comics line takes its cue from DC Collectibles' popular statues.
For the past few years, DC Collectibles has released a “Gotham City Garage” range of statues, redesigns of DC’s female heroes and villains by Dustin Nguyen that re-imagined them as tattooed bikers. Now high-end doll maker Tonner is getting its hands on the designs, and basically turning them into Biker Barbies. More »
For the past few years, DC Collectibles has released a “Gotham City Garage” range of statues, redesigns of DC’s female heroes and villains by Dustin Nguyen that re-imagined them as tattooed bikers. Now high-end doll maker Tonner is getting its hands on the designs, and basically turning them into Biker Barbies. Read more...
I don’t know if I think this dress is exactly successful: But it DOES make me realize that I am dying to see Taraji in a Catwoman reboot. Actually, I might just want to see this upcoming season of Empire do a plot wherein Cookie gets bitten by a radioactive cat (or whatever; I can’t Read More...
This Batman Returns Catwoman 1:4 Scale Action Figure is a 1:4 scale action figure that measures almost 18-inches tall! This figure has 30 points of articulation. It comes with multiple interchangeable heads and hands, with a movie-authentic head sculpt that includes synthetic hair and a battle-damaged mask. The detail is amazing, right down to the […]
Catwoman, Two Face and others to feature; first screens show Batmobile, Batcave. TellTale has lifted the lid on its five-part series based on DC’s iconic Batman. Due for release this summer, the game stars Troy Baker as Bruce Wayne, Travis Willingham as Harvey Dent, Erin Yvette as Vicki Vale, Enn Reitel as Alfred Pennyworth, Murphy […]
Harley Pasternak has shaped some of Hollywood's strongest, healthiest bodies. From getting the already-fit Halle Berry in even better shape for Catwoman to training Amy Schumer for her role in Trainwreck to keeping Ariana Grande, Jessica...Show More Summary
Costumed as Catwoman, composer Sonya Belousova plays her own wonderful arrangement of Danny Elfman’s classic theme song from Tim Burton’s Batman. As much as we liked the music from The Dark Knight, we always preferred Elfman’s take.
Sonya Belousova dressed as Catwoman is as amazing as ever in this fantastic piano arrangement of the iconic Batman theme by Danny Elfman. Video by Director Tom Grey. [Player Piano]
Preview all 25 covers for Archie's new "Betty and Veronica" series from superstar writer/artist Adam Hughes ("Catwoman").
Hot Toys conjures up Marvel's Scarlet Witch, NECA unleashes "Batman Returns'" Catwoman, Hasbro rounds out the X-Men and so much more!
NECA has debuted its 1/4th-scale action figure based on Michelle Pfeiffer's character from the 1992 Tim Burton sequel.