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.
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.