Height: 6 3/4 inches
Articulation: Swivel/hinge ankles, double hinged knees, swivel thighs, ball jointed hips, ball jointed mid-torso, swivel/hinge shoulders, swivel/hinge elbows, swivel/hinge wrists, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Two whips (coiled and loose) and 6 interchangeable hands.
Sculpted by: Gentle Giant Studios
Non-Scalper Price: $20- $25 dollars
* I have to say that it's been awhile since I picked up a modern Catwoman figure with a sculpt I was really happy with. This one, though, looks great. Selina's face is gorgeous and I love the way her hair, goggles, and hood are handled. Her eyes are intriguing as well, and add a lot of personality to the figure.
* The detail and paintwork on her catsuit are incredible. I love all of the different colors and textures on her outfit; this is far more than just an all black leather (or pleather) suit. Heck, even her claws have some nice paint apps that make them look like actual weapons and not just long fingernails under gloves. Good stuff all around.
* I like the inclusion of the collar that the Riddler uses to keep Catwoman confined to the orphanage in Gotham. It has a nice sculpt and is actually a separate piece floating loosely over Catwoman's neck. If you don't like it, it'd be easy to cut off, but as it stands it nicely ties this figure in with a specific plot point from the game.
* Catwoman is known for using a whip and DC Collectibles made sure to include two. Yup, Catwoman comes with two separate whips. The first whip is a solid piece that is sculpted in a coil and plugs into a slot on Catwoman's right hip. If you're just posing her running around Gotham or using her claws, this is the look for you.
* If you're ready for Catwoman to take action, you'll appreciate this nice extended whip. It's soft, flexible, and great for fending off multiple bad guys at once. I really hope someone takes notice of how DC Collectibles handled Catwoman's whip here and uses it on some Wonder Woman figures. I hate how her lasso of truth always ends up being just a sculpted element and not a true accessory.
* I love the look of this figure but she has two very serious problems. The first is that the hips are severely limited in their range of motion. The form looks good but the function is quite poor. If anyone needs to be able to take some awesome action poses, it's Catwoman. The Arkham Knight Batman had the same problem, too.
Batman: Classic TV Series by Mattel
Batman: Special Legends Edition by Kenner
DC Designer Series: Greg Capullo by DC Collectibles
Legends of Batman by Kenner
Egyptian Batman & Egyptian Catwoman
I've also reviewed plenty of other figures from the Arkham videogame series, including:
Batman: Arkham Asylum by DC Collectibles
Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham Origins, Batman: Arkham City Bruce Wayne, Batman: Arkham City, and Batman: Arkham Knight five pack
Batman: Arkham City by DC Collectibles (2011)
Dr. Hugo Strange
Rabbit Hole Batman
Talia al Ghul
Batman: Arkham Knight by DC Collectibles (2015)
Batman: Arkham Origins by DC Collectibles (2013)
Dr. Harleen Quinzel, Electrocutioner, and Lady Shiva
The Joker as Red Hood, Copperhead, & Deathstroke (Unmasked) Action Figure 3-Pack