These Catwoman replicas are just purr-fect

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Holy hell, that was a terrible headline. Sorry. Anyway! You’ve already heard me wax lyrical about Batman today. But a Bat-themed vigilante is only as good as his rogues gallery, and one specific foe in particular has vexed the caped crusader more than most.

I am of course, talking about the Catwoman. Street-smart and packing some claws in those thieving paws, Selina Kyle has always been a fan-favourite character.

My favourite incarnation of course, being Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman from Batman Returns. A psychopathic force of chaos with nine lives and with about as much common sense as a suicidal gerbil. She’ll be getting the maquette treatment, which captures all of her tight leather curves in one package:


  • Product Size – 17″ H (431.8mm)
  • Product Weight – 7.00 lbs (3.18 kg)

This Catwoman will set you back $259 when she ships early next year. If you’re not looking for a classic approach to having Selina Kyle on your shelf, there’s also this outrageous version of the cat burglar from Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai collection, designed by Tetsuya Nomura:

  • Armored Suit
  • Long tail that can be used as whip
  • Detailed costume
  • Translucent visor
  • Semi-transparent panels of costume
  • Articulated hair
  • Extended claws
  • Figure display stand
  • Interchangeable hands
  • Gun

This feline will cost you $149.99 when she ships from the end of the year. Pretty snazzy. She looks like she can give the Arkham Knight a run for his money.

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Last Updated: July 21, 2015

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