With the loss of Darwyn Cooke last week, it’s no small comfort to pick up a copy of Catwoman and see a version of his costume design on the cover. Cooke’s work persists, and for good reason: With her cat/whip belt and the goggles, this...Show More Summary
Gotham City just got a lot more dangerous. While younger versions of DC Comics staples like Penguin, Catwoman, The Riddler and Poison Ivy have been all over the first two seasons of Gotham, Monday night’s season finale revealed that Season 3 will include even more. Show More Summary
Following the passing of Darwyn Cooke, Joseph Illidge looks at the creator's effect on DC Comics' Catwoman and his powerful aesthetic.
Comics artist and writer Darwyn Cooke, who helped to create the infamous and now-widely-used redesign of Catwoman and was equally known for his work on "DC: The New Frontier", has passed away at the age of 53 after a battle with can...
He was a storyboard artist on Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series, he created the opening sequence for Batman Beyond, he redesigned Catwoman’s costume to make it more functional for a master thief, and he captured the spirit of the Silver Age Justice League in the New Frontier graphic novel and animated […]
Look back at just some of Cooke's comics work, from "Catwoman" and "The New Frontier" to "The Spirit" and "Parker."
(Video Link) When you want to meet a woman who knows how to use a whip, go to April Choi. I mean, she has an entire wall full of whips, some of which she uses while cosplaying as Catwoman. She makes them herself, so you know that you're dealing with an expert. Show More Summary
Darwyn Cooke is best known to DC fans for his seminal miniseries DC: The New Frontier, his redesign of Catwoman (still in use at DC today), or in general for his vivid art deco inspired style. Tragically, the Cooke family has announced that the artist has begun receiving palliative care following a cancer diagnosis. Read more...
The two Catwomen sat down on "Home & Family's" couch to talk all things Catwoman.
A sensational trial under way in France takes the concept of the desperate housewife to new heights.
Julie Newmar, forever known as the first feline femme fatale, is featured on the Classic TV Series Catwoman Premium Format Figure. You know she’d say it’s purrrrr-fect. Standing 20-inches-tall and dressed in a fabric costume, Selina Kyle’s cat-burglar alter-ego is ready to help celebrate 50 years of the classic Batman television series. The figure includes […]
CSBG has the answer to the reader-submitted question of when Batman and Catwoman shared their first kiss!
When did Batman and Catwoman first kiss? CSBG has the answer!
Unleash your inner feline femme fatale with the Batman Catwoman Sun-Staches, perfectly balancing stylish shades with DC Comics’ sexy cat burglar. Even when she’s not prowling around in her eye-catching costume, Selina Kyle likes to keep in touch with her fondness for felines. Be like Selina with the shades that are perfect for either a […]
On this day in 1940, DC Comics published Batman #1, which, as well as being the first appearance of The Joker, also featured the first appearance of the character we would come to know as Catwoman. Selina Kyle has been one of the most versatile characters in not only Batman’s canon, but the whole DC Universe. Show More Summary
Forget about laser pointers because Selina Kyle found something new to play with on the Catwoman Shadows Women’s T-Shirt. Featuring artwork by Alex Ross, this black 100% cotton tee reveals Catwoman cloaked in darkness after scoring a really big diamond, which she couldn’t help but admire just a little bit. She can’t help it. She […]
Betty and Veronica are getting their own reboot! After updating Archie and Jughead, Archie Comics is rebooting Betty and Veronica with Adam Hughes (Catwoman, Wonder Woman) as artist and writer. Issue #1 hits shelves in July, and in the...Show More Summary
This Batman The Dark Knight Rises Catwoman Deformed Action Figure is a deformed version of Selina Kyle from The Dark Knight Rises. She is still sultry and playful as ever, just a bit deformed. Selina Kyle is in her full feline gear. This figure is absolutely purr-fect. Catwoman stands just over 4-inches tall and comes […]
In the Batman and Catwoman Tongue Lashing Art Print, the Cat licks the Bat. Does that means he’s hers now? Awesome artist Olivia De Berardinis created this eye-catching 18? x 18? print that captures an iconic moment from the film, Batman Returns. It’s printed on 100% archival heavyweight 300gsm rag art paper with hand-torn edges, […]
Michelle Pfeiffer’s feline femme fatale is ready to roar with the Batman Returns Catwoman Premium Format Figure. 1992s Batman Returns had a lot going against it. Christopher Walken was a lame bad guy with terrible hair and Danny DeVito got stuck playing the worst version of the Penguin that has ever been created. Flippers? Seriously? […]