Friday, November 5, 2010

Dustin Nguyen

As reader chipsnopotatoes pointed out, Duss does an amazing Catwoman, and this piece is a fav.

Plus his Ivy isn't bad either!


i can't stay long by *duss005 on deviantART

Halloween Bolles Ivy by *duss005 on deviantART

Trick or Treat

This is a recording of the 70's Catwoman record. Enjoy and a belated Happy Halloween!


Sunday, October 31, 2010

Catwoman's costume

Club Batman blog posted these nifty pics of Michelle Pfeiffer's remarkable costume, from a Warner Brothers movie display. Fantastic choice of pose for their mannequin.

Catwoman... staring Katy Perry?

Mrs Russell Brand does cosplay:

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Catwoman cover story in Back Issue 40

I am a few months behind noticing this issue of Back Issue featuring comicdom's most (and some of the least) well know Cat-themed characters, such as Catwoman, Black Cat, Hellcat, and Josie. And best of all, it features a striking image of 70's Catwoman, by Joe Staton and colorist Freddy Lopez.

The Cover article is "Catwoman of Nine Tales: The Reformation and Conflictions of Selina (Catwoman) Kyle" by Jim Kingman, and features a bunch of nice COLOR photos. Most of them were familiar but this one, by Brian Bolland, was new to me!

Also, a nice easter egg is on the 1st page, where the "Special Thanks" section lists Selina Kyle, along side esteemed creators like Dick Giordano, Steve Englehart, and Ernie Colon.

Back Issue is an (almost) monthly magazine, put out by TwoMorrows publishing, and has great depth articles on past creators, publishers, and characters.

Order your copy here:

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Catwoman Returns! - More Catwoman Art for Sale

Michelle Pfeiffer perrr-fectly embodied Catwoman in the movie.

The Artists Choice has a group of Catwoman/Batman/Penguin pages available for sale - from the seminal 90's Batman movie - 'Batman Returns' .

My favorite thing about these pages, besides the art by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, is the kitschy-fun dialog. For example, Penguin's "I saw her first... Gotta Fly" - spoken after Catwoman's explosive first appearance.

And sorry, page 26 is already spoken for. "I saw her first..." :P

Monday, March 15, 2010

Miss Fury and Catwoman... Collected

I wish there were more collections of Catwoman stores, but lets be thankful for what we have. This storyby Suzette Chan at Sequential Tart, published during Catwoman The Movie, highlights Catwoman's evolution from one note to full character.

I am glad she touched on Miss Fury, the Marvel comics Golden Age 'prototype' for Miller/Jim Balent's look for Selina. I am surprised more is not made of her slinky/cat burglar look, that is closer to the Catwoman we know today - than her 1940's counterpart. And to boot Miss Fury was created, written and illustrated by Tarpe (June) Mills, who reportedly resembled her creation. Amazing.

Catwoman collections:

Miss Fury

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Catwoman Art for Sale

Beginning today I will regularly post links to Catwoman art that I found for sale on the web. Of course, I love to collect Catwoman art, but I can't afford all the art out there - and maybe this will come in handy for some other Cat-fans.

Ty Templeton, artist extraordinaire, recently listed some McDonald's art from the 90's including some sweet Catwoman/Batman/Joker pages used for Happy Meal art!

As you may know, Ty wrote and drew for the Batman The Animated Series comic book, in its various incarnations. So its especially cool to see this art.

Link to Ty's Art Sales

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Catwoman Highlights

This Catwoman gallery has great examples of Catwoman, including some of my recent favs (Adam Hughes. Alex Ross. Art Adams. Brian Bolland. Darwyn Cooke. etc).

Saturday, February 20, 2010

DC Dictionary - Batman and Catwoman

This blog posted Batman Vs Catwoman art by Joe Kubert from the Super Dictionary (Warner, 1978). Its nice to see Kubert's Catwoman!

80's Catwoman in Zellers commercials

Zellers is a Canadian version of Target, but in the 80's was a discount store like Ames or Hills. Ty Templeton animated these commercials and posted a link to the videos on his blog. There are versions with Joker, Riddler, Catwoman and Penguin - where they are overcharging families for toys, before Batman and Robin save the day. 80% of each commercial is reused but the villains portion is original in each version. Take a watch!

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Belated... Merry Christmas

Just found this one by Stephen Mooney, had to add it: