1. ronsalas:

Cat

    ronsalas:

    Cat

  2. bevismusson:

    Art Sale.

    Every now and again I need to have a clear out of stuff that I have in draws and portfolios that should really be given a better home. So I’m going to have a bit of an art sale for some older pieces at knock down prices.

    First set are above - full colour A3 Batman Villains. £50+p&p*

    Each piece (Catwoman, Joker and Harley Quinn, the Riddler, the Scarecrow, Two-Face) are A3 (297x20mm), pen and ink, watercolour and watercolour pencils.

    If you are interested in any piece send me a message or e-mail me at bevismusson at gmail dot com

    *postage and packaging - £7 UK, £10 ROW

  3. thebatandthecat:

Alan Davis sure does draw a beautiful Selina and Bruce.

    thebatandthecat:

    Alan Davis sure does draw a beautiful Selina and Bruce.

  4. thehappysorceress:

Catwoman by Sergey Yakovlev

    thehappysorceress:

    Catwoman by Sergey Yakovlev

  5. Catwoman Covers by Terry Dodson

    (Source: nthmetal)

  6. thehappysorceress:

Yzy raid on ze baik by Tomekkaz

    thehappysorceress:

    Yzy raid on ze baik by Tomekkaz

  7. longlivethebat-universe:

    Batman cereals….wish these were real 

    artwork by Phil Postma

  8. blackbatpurplecat:

    Bruce and Selina’s first post-Crisis meeting as civilians. This meeting has been retconned however, due to the Long Halloween series being canon. Selina Kyle remains perfect regardless. [Batman #503]

    Okay, Bruce… There’s this beautiful woman who pretends to be absolutely innocent and actually stretches like a cat - and the master detective can’t put 2 and 2 together?!

    (Source: fuckyeahbatcat)

  9. superdames:

Catwoman’s costumes, 1940s-1970s.
—Batman #256 (1974)

    superdames:

    Catwoman’s costumes, 1940s-1970s.

    —Batman #256 (1974)

  10. alexhchung:

Catwoman by Chris Samnee

    alexhchung:

    Catwoman by Chris Samnee

  11. blackbatpurplecat:

superdames:

Here we see the moral ambiguity of Batman’s greatest villainess thrillingly dramatized as a major filing crisis.
—Batman #65 (1951) script by Bill Finger, art by Bob Kane (signed) & Lew Sayre Schwartz

Her file belongs in the “only woman who gets me and I should totally marry” cabinet! What’s so difficult about this?!

    blackbatpurplecat:

    superdames:

    Here we see the moral ambiguity of Batman’s greatest villainess thrillingly dramatized as a major filing crisis.

    —Batman #65 (1951) script by Bill Finger, art by Bob Kane (signed) & Lew Sayre Schwartz

    Her file belongs in the “only woman who gets me and I should totally marry” cabinet! What’s so difficult about this?!

    (Source: superdames)

  12. "She was a cat woman before we ever cast her as Catwoman. She had a cat-like style. Her eyes were cat-like and her singing was like a meow." 

    Producer Charles FitzSimons about executive producer Bill Dozier’s selection of Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (x)

    (Source: vintagegal)

  13. blackbatpurplecat:

    Artist: José Luis García-López and Brett Breeding

  14. blackbatpurplecat:

Artist: Kristin Allen

    blackbatpurplecat:

    Artist: Kristin Allen

  15. thehappysorceress:

Catwoman by Jeremy Bluhm

    thehappysorceress:

    Catwoman by Jeremy Bluhm