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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.

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

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

Allred variants in Batman ’66 style previewed

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.

Awesome comic character posters; I especially like Rorschach's

Comic book wallpapers for your phone thingys. - Imgur

1975 Vintage Star Trek Comic<<<<that's so cool! I didn't know they made these?!

Ahh, comics. Never got into DC, Marvel was the Universe I followed. An Spider-Man has always been my favourite Superhero.