Posts Tagged ‘purple costume’

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Gallery Spotlight: Catvid Floorsafe

October 26, 2012
Catwoman: Floorsafe

Catvid: Floorsafe

The Cat-Tales Gallery Spotlight “3D week” began featuring a sassy ‘Catvid’ of Selina in action, as captured by a security camera (that she obviously knew was there) and stored on the Bat Computer for Batman’s private perusal and, eh, “further study” (grunt).  We end the week same way with Catvid: Floorsafe.  This time, I don’t think kitty knew the camera was there, however.

Enjoy it now before Bruce changes his passwords.

(Oh, and Dick & Tim? Grounded for life.)

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Gallery Spotlight: Late Night Withdrawal

October 24, 2012
Catwoman: Late Night Withdrawal

Catwoman: Late Night Withdrawal

Selina Kyle isn’t an ordinary example of that well-loved sexy cat burglar trope.  Let’s remember that she is one of the foremost art and jewel thieves in the world.  Here she is doing what she does best in today’s Gallery Spotlight: Late Night Withdrawal

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Gallery Spotlight – Batman and Catwoman: The Kiss

October 18, 2012
Batman and Catwoman: The Kiss

Batman and Catwoman: The Kiss (watercolor)

Day before yesterday, the Gallery Spotlight was Batman: Patrol.  Yesterday was Catwoman: Kick Ass.

You had to know this was coming.

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Gallery Spotlight: Catwoman

October 13, 2012
Catwoman by gaff1229

Catwoman by gaff1229

This is the same artist as yesterday’s featured Bat/Cat picture “Drop it” but a very different look on Selina. There’s an amazing angularity here. I love the way it leads your eye down the body and around the page. You see that a lot with curves and swishes (like her tail), but it’s a lot rarer with such angular lines. Very meow.

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Gallery Spotlight: Catwoman Loot

May 29, 2012

Gallery Spotlight:  Catwoman Loot

It’s those darn pearls again – Catwoman: Loot, another Anya Uribe winner from the fan art gallery.

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Gallery Spotlight: I look nothing like Harry Potter

May 8, 2012

Gallery Spotlight: I look nothing like Harry Potter

Poor Selina had to do some things in String Theory that may be Standard Operating Procedure for a comic book crisis where the fabric of time-space is fraying and only the title character can stop it, but it’s not SOP for a catburglar and there’s no pretending it is. The crisis of infinite time-wimey peril it’s really, really not her thing, as this poser portrait in the 3D fan gallery (and her own in-story observation) illustrates.

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Gallery Spotlight: They’re called tits, fanboy

May 7, 2012

Gallery Spotlight: They're called tits, fanboy

I’m fairly sure this was the first of the parody motivation posters that became a staple in the Cat-Tales forum.

Dedicated to all those fanboys (and sadly a few fangirls) who bought into the idea that big tits meant shallow and sexist characterization and small tits, no matter how demeaning and insulting the portrayal, was brilliantly complex and a giant step forward for women in comics.

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