With Batman and the Joker already duking it out on store shelves, Medicom is turning its Real Action Heroes attention to Jim Lee’s Hush style Catwoman and Harley Quinn. We missed the pair in Medicom’s Toy Fair 2013 display, but the toymaker has finally released press photos showcasing each of their 1/6 scale sculpts, scads of articulation, swappable hands, real cloth costumes and character-specific accessories. Catwoman’s removable whip belt is an especially thoughtful touch, even if it seems to be a separate piece from her weaponized plastic whip. Though the femme fatales won’t be available until around January or February of 2014, they’re both these Gotham City Sirens are currently available at various preorder sites for around $185-200.
You can see more photos of Medicom’s upcoming Real Action Heroes Hush Catwoman and Harley Quinn, on ComicsAlliance.
Batman Returns Catwoman gifs, by Rafa Toro.
Check out more of Rafa Toro’s gallery of Batman’s rogues gallery on ComicsAlliance!
By Lauren Davis
For International Women’s Day I thought I would post some paintings from ECCC I painted of women. Here are two of them. :) Enjoy!
Next weekend I will be at the Toronto Comic Con. Table #P37. I also have a Sketch Duel with Katie Cook and Alina Urusov on Sat in Room 803.
The following weekend I will be at Mega Con!! Table: Black 15
As an action figure guy, I’ve been pretty stoked on Mattel’s upcoming line of 6” Batman action figures based on the 1966 live action TV series starring Adam West. If you’re a Barbie collector, however, you may want to make sure you’re sitting down to look at Mattel’s newly revealed Lee Meriwether/Julie Newmar/Eartha Kitt-style Catwoman Barbie and West-flavored Batman Ken. Each of the cosplaying dolls can now be preordered through the official Barbie Collector site for $34.95 a pop. They’re not expected to ship until June, so if you’re desperate for an in-scale Barbie Batmobile for these two to cruise around in (or, say, a Skipper doll dressed as Robin), now’s a good time to start letting Mattel know.
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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
‘The Dark Knight’ Joker And ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Catwoman Get Colorful In New Play Arts Kai Figure Images
Two of Square Enix’s most anticipated Play Arts Kai figures have finally arrive online in full color. Following prototype displays at the Tokyo Games Show in September (and a few low resolution images appearing online), SE has unveiled proper looks at its 8” The Dark Knight Rises Catwoman and The Dark Knight Joker PAK toys. Like previous Arkham Asylum and Arkham City toy versions of the characters, these figures will cost collectors around $60-70 a pop on preorder sites and fans will have to wait until around July to pop them on their display space of choice. Both toys come with a number of suitable accessories, including weapons and swappable hands. Although one doesn’t exist, it’s safe to presume PAK Catwoman also has the innate action feature of being way better at driving a Batpod than PAK Batman.
Take a closer look at these new Catwoman and Joker figures on ComicsAlliance!