2021 NEW Batman Returns - Catwoman Funko Pop! Art Series
No Batman collection can truly be called complete without at least one Catwoman collectible pop.
The new Funko POP! Art Series: Batman Returns – Catwoman Funko Pop! Artist Vinyl Figure – Target Exclusive portrays Catwoman with her signature whip in a nice pinky color. It’s available for pre-order at the links below.
In the 1990s, comic books and hero stories are generally not very generous with female characters. In many cases, women were represented only as helpless young girls.
However, in the Batman saga, one woman has always caught the public’s attention and seduced them: Catwoman. Sensual and intense, the character was so successful that she gained prominence in the movies and became a pop icon.
Michelle Pfeiffer was definitive for the culture of Catwoman idolization. In the movie Batman Returns, released in 1992, the character also looked like a villain but did not hide her love for Batman.
Besides the highly sexy black outfit, she had a whip as her weapon.
Catwoman is a character that just keeps coming back with all sorts of new adventures. We lived for Michelle Pfeiffer’s performance in Batman Returns, and it’s time for you to have a piece of the fun.
Catwoman Funko Pop! Art Series is now available for pre-order at the links below. It’s expected to be shipped real soon!
Michelle Pfeiffer embodied the most beloved version of the anti-hero Catwoman in Batman Returns, Tim Burton’s film released in 1992.
The movie follows the Batman(1989) events and shows Batman/Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton) fighting crime after the Joker’s death.
In addition to this tragedy, the character faces a new conflict: his involvement with the thief Selina Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) in her Catwoman alter-ego.
In addition to the female presence as an antagonist, the film introduces Penguin (Danny DeVito), another villainous appearance to test the hero’s limits.
It is worth remembering that Michelle has great affection for the role and almost returned as Catwoman in a Batman spin-off, but the project was canceled, giving way to the infamous film with Halle Berry.
Years later, the character was played by Anne Hathaway in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
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