Suit Up: Catwoman's Closet

How did she get to this point in her life? One minute she's drunk on catnip, the next she's a master thief, then she's marrying Batman. Well, word is that she has nine lives, and has plenty to spare, so check out the many suits in Catwoman's closet courtesy of this month's Suit Up! She's feeling giddy post-wedding day bells, and most likely to pause and pose for your pictures.


Catwoman #1

History starts now! You grew up with her in DC Comics. You saw her played by many actresses for the 60s TV show. You've seen her re-interpreted for the modern age DC Comics, which got a leg up with Rebirth. Now the next chapter starts in Selina Kyle's life, as she gets her own new series with Catwoman #1 (MAY180456) written and drawn by Joëlle Jones of Lady Killer fame. It's a whole new playing field as the wedding night's barely over, but Catwoman's back on the streets! The Bat-Bride has hardly made time to send out "thank you" cards to her wedding guests and already she's taking on an all-new villain! Look for this new series in the pages of the May DC PREVIEWS!


Catwoman: A Celebration of 75 Years HC

You can't claim to know her until you've visited her litter box. That's where all the secrets can be found. Over 75 years of comic book history, she's got plenty of secrets, too. After all, she's probably the only fighting female to have danced around Batman, and gotten away with it. In fact, she was so good at keeping the Dark Knight off balance...he married her! She's the ultimate DC villain who's at her best when she's being bad. There's no one like her. So if you want the big picture as to how Selina Kyle has done what no other DC villain could do (confound the Dark Knight!), then check out the Catwoman: A Celebration of 75 Years HC (MAY180560) that's packed with stories which made her one of Batman's greatest foes-and one of comics' most memorable femme fatales! Look for it in the pages of the May DC PREVIEWS!


DC Cover Girls: Catwoman By Joëlle Jones Statue

If you're psyched just as much as we are about the new Catwoman series post-wedding bells with the Batman, there's no better way than to get in front of the tumultuous love affair than by showing your a true fan of DC's married couple by displaying the DC Cover Girls: Catwoman By Joëlle Jones Statue (MAY180610) in your den or office. Or Batcave. This statue that measures approximately 9" tall and is a limited edition of 5,000 pieces will make any fan of DC Cover Girls a happy camper! Just be sure that all your valuables are locked up. Catwoman's known to have sticky fingers, and this statue comes complete with a safe. Once she gets ahold of your valuables, she's bound to put 'em under lock and key. And only she knows the combination! Sculpted by Jack Mathews, this statue fashioned after Joëlle Jones artwork can be found in the May issue of the DC Comics PREVIEWS!


DC Bombshells: Batman & Catwoman Deluxe Statue

Back in the day, DC published a line of stories that they labeled "Elseworlds" tales. They were stories out of continuity. In fact, they were stories that lived in a vaccum unto themselves. They were the ultimate "What If" scenarios that would play out for fans whose curiosity could always think up new and inventive ways of having DC hereos and villains mishmashed indefinitely. You can bet one of those scenarios would have been to have the Dark Knight marry Catwoman. And if you took that one step further, you could wish for such holy matrimony in the vein of the DC Bombshells: Batman & Catwoman Deluxe Statue (MAY180613)! Well, look no further than this collectible that measures approximately 11" tall and is limited to 5,000 individually numbered pieces. Based on art by Ant Lucia and sculpted by Jack Mathews! Look for it in the May DC PREVIEWS!


One-12 Collective: DC — Catwoman Action Figure

This figure literally defines the phrase "Suit Up." Selina Kyle is shown here looking like the badass that we all know here to be, and the kitten shows that she's got claws, too. Ready to be used on any idiot that dares to think he can just run over the cute little kitty cat. Equipped with three head portraits — a flirty smile, a hissing snarl, and an unmasked Selina Kyle portrait — the One-12 Collective: DC — Catwoman Action Figure (MAY182343) shows Selina Kyle in her classic form-fitting suit, complete with a whip, waist belt with an opening tool kit, removable backpack, and goggles that fit both of her masked heads. This is the complete package, folks, and Selina is suited up to the teeth with this deluxe figure that's packaged with no twist ties for easy in-and-out of package display. Check it out in the Toys/Statues/Models section of the May PREVIEWS!

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