Gotham City Sirens by Alex Garner #DCWomen
Classic Catwoman -
A post ahead of it’s time, since it is now Cosplay Appreciation Day
Rather than focus on an artist or medium, this week I thought I’d feature some of the Classic Catwomans we have in the Cat-Tales gallery: known to some as the Golden Age or Brave and the Bold Catwoman, it’s the skirted costume that showed off her legs.
This beauty is from the Cosplay Gallery: she has the looks, she has the cattitude, and she absolutely has the knack for demonstrating why Selina’s legs were such a feature in the days when she wore that skirted costume.
A pic ahead of it’s time. Posted 24 hours before #CosplayAppreciationDay
Golden GlobeSuperhero Awards
Also In Attendance: The Batman With Nipples, Dr. Chase Meridian, Invisible Woman, War Machine, Sabretooth, Two-Face, Elektro, Mr. Freeze, Colonel Chester Philips, Aunt May, Chudnofsky
Catwoman by Brian Stelfreeze
I am a huge Brian Stelfreeze fan. HUGE! So, I was looking through his Facebook Fan Pageand found…
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#InkedDoll Sara Fabel by Andy Hartmark
Batman the Animated Series Villains
Reblogging for October
I can’t believe this has over 8000 notes! This is my favorite post I’ve ever created! Happy October!
- OTAKUism: “Batman: The Animated Series” (BTAS) Villains - [1st row Lt-Rt] the Joker (“Joe Kerr”), Two-Face (Harvey Dent), & the Riddler (E. Nigma aka Edward Nygma aka Edward “Eddie” Nashton aka Eddie Nash); [2nd row] the Penguin (Oswald Cobblepot), Mr. Freeze (Dr. Victor Fries), & the Scarecrow (Dr. Jonathan Crane); [3rd row] Catwoman (Selina Kyle), Poison Ivy (Dr. Pamela Isley), & Harley Quinn (Dr. Harleen Quinzel); [4th row] Bane (??? Dorrance), the Mad Hatter (Dr. Jervis Tetch), & Ra`s al Ghul; [5th row] Killer Croc (Waylon Jones), the Man-Bat (Dr. Robert Kirkland “Kirk” Langstrom), & Clayface (Matt Hagen); [bot row] Talia (Head), daughter of Ra`s al Ghul, Dr. Hugo Strange, & the Ventriloquist (Arnold Wesker) and his dummy Scarface
from “Batman: DC Heroes Role Playing Reference”, 1986
I never played role-playing games, but I asked my parents to buy this for me when I was a wee lad because I truly loved this picture of Catwoman.
- OTAKUism: A color version of the pic you love so much (& a great deal of the info) came directly from the Catwoman entry of an ’80s issue of Who’s Who. When I find the aforementioned issue in my collection, I’ll let you know the issue number