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BAT-HISTORY, APR 1947: Following a few minor cosmetic tweaks courtesy of Bob Kane, Catwoman and her costume were finally ready for their close-up as she scored her first cover appearance with the publication of Detective Comics #122. The issue also featured the addition of claws to her gloves and the first appearance of the Kitty Car - a purple, cat-shaped vehicle capable of leaping.

Detective Comics #122 (1947) by Bob Kane & Charles Paris

This art MOVES on the original site. Unfortunately Pinterest destroys that, but click the link and see.

Sensation Comics #68, August 1947, cover by HG Peter

Kathy Kane - The golden age Bat-Woman - Detective Comics #233 (DC, 1956)

All-Star Squadron was a title written by Golden Age comics fanboy Roy Thomas about DC's costumed heroes during WW2. This is a cool cover that gets "homaged" often.

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Giclee print of my 12x36 comic collage representation of Harley Quinn, as originally done (and created) by the amazing Bruce Timm for Batman: The Animated Series Everything you see(in the original) is comic book. No marker, paint, or alternate paper. Just old comics and glue. Each original piece takes approx. 100-150 hours to complete.

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Awesome comic character posters; I especially like Rorschach's