It makes sense that Catwoman's favorite Internet memes would be cat memes. Check out this Internet Catwoman print by artist, M.K. Matsumoto, which is available at the artist's Society 6 store for $18. (via Geek Alerts)
The writer tells CBR a mob war, Spoiler's return and personal upheaval are all on the way in Selina Kyle's life as Queen of Gotham Crime.
You love the video games, so you’ll love the action figures. This Batman: Arkham Knight Catwoman Action Figure captures this kitty with claws as she looked in Batman: Arkham Knight. That would be the 4th installment of the Batman: Arkham video game series. Catwoman looks great and is ready for action in her usual skin-tight […]
Selina Kyle has a certain bat she wants to play with but she took time out of her busy schedule to pose for the DC Comics Cover Girls Catwoman Statue. Designed by Stanley ‘Artgerm’ Lau and sculpted by Jack Mathews, Catwoman stands approximately 9 1/2-inches-tall, dressed in her iconic black, skin-tight leather outfit. With her […]
David Messina talks about plans once he takes over drawing CATWOMAN in June.
Sample the flavor of the post-"Convergence DCU with free, all-new stories for "Catwoman," "Grayson," "Robin: Son of Batman" and more!
Plus previews of CATWOMAN #41, GOTHAM ACADEMY #7, GRAYSON #9, MARTIAN MANHUNTER #1, NEW SUICIDE SQUAD #9, SECRET SIX #3 and TEEN TITANS #9.
You’re the master of memes and Catwoman is the mistress of cats so you really need this Internet Catwoman Art Print, featuring some of the most Internet-famous felines the world has ever seen. Catwoman loves stealing things and she loves cats. Naturally, it would be hard to resist stealing the most popular cats around. Artist […]
SHANGHAI — Two sexy female Captain Americas, a Superman, a Catwoman and Japanese anime schoolgirls come to life were milling […]
DC Comics has announced that August will be DC Bombshells month, and Hero Complex readers get a first look at […]
Plus SILK #4, REBELS #2, HOWARD THE DUCK #3, MS. MARVEL #15, CAPT. MARVEL #15, MYTHIC #1, & CONVERGENCE #2s of JLI, AQUAMAN, SHADOW OF THE BAT, GREEN ARROW, SUPERMAN: MAN OF STEEL, CATWOMAN, SUPERGIRL: MATRIX, SUICIDE SQUAD, GL/PARALLAX & SUPERBOY.
There's an email circulating around the interwebs this week between two Sony executives who are talking about female superhero movies and, presumably, suggesting they are a bad bet because of the failures of Catwoman, Elektra, and Supergirl. This is a...
In a leaked email between Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter and Sony CEO Michael Lynton, Perlmutter offered up three examples of terrible female-led super hero films - Elektra, Catwoman, and Supergirl - as part of what some have theorized was a conversation about why not to do more female-led super hero films. Show More Summary
"Gotham" actress Camren Bicondova is laughing all the way to the piggy bank... the 15-year-old is making a fortune as Selina Kyle. According to her contract which was filed with the court, Camren makes $17,500 per episode while providing a little…
In a career that has stretched lithely across seven decades, Julie Newmar, the early blooming classical pianist and dancer who grew up to be TV's first feloniously feline Catwoman, has earned a Tony Award for her first speaking role on Broadway and received two U.S. patents for pantyhose and brassiere...
The latest trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight reveals a new feature called Dual Play. During combat, you’ll be able to switch between Bats and his allies, including Robin, Nightwing and Catwoman for tag team action.
One of the best things about the Batman Arkham series is the option to play as characters other than Batman himself. In Arkham Asylum, the Joker was playable in a limited capacity for a few downloadable challenge maps, but Rocksteady Studios took the concept a step further in Arkham City by letting the player control Catwoman, Robin and Nightwing. Show More Summary
The new Batman: Arkham Knight trailer is a bit of a tease, really. On first viewing it seems to indicate co-operative play in the main campaign, letting friends take control of Nightwing, Robin and Catwoman in order to lend a hand, a frankly drool-inducing idea. But nope, that’s […]
After an awesome set of countdown trailers that teased the returns of Azrael, Catwoman and Nightwing, Rocksteady and Warner Bros. Interactive have released a badass, new trailer for Batman: Arkham Knight, and it finally answers a lot of questions we have about the game while inspiring many more. Continue reading…
Batman: Arkham Knight's cast of familiar faces grows with developer Rocksteady Studios' new "All Who Follow You" trailer. Can you name them all? Catwoman's there, putting the beatdown on an army of robo-baddies with her Batbuddy. Nightwing and Robin both show up as well, all grim faces and determined hero poses. Show More Summary