Catwoman is Selina Kyle, a morally ambiguous character who has been an anti-hero, acting as an adversary, a crime fighter and also a love interest for Batman. Years of training have made her stealthy and agile as a world-class criminal, and her mastery of the martial arts makes her a formidable physical opponent. Although she began her career as a burglar, she has since then reformed and begun protecting Gotham City in her own style. This has led to her being almost completely accepted as a regular member of the Batman Family. She has also been a member of the Birds of Prey, the Outsiders, the Gotham City Sirens, the Injustice League and the Secret Society of Super-Villains. Her close friend Holly Robinson also acted as her successor for an extended period when Selina was out of commission. Catwoman was created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, first appearing in Batman #1. (1940)

Taken from the DC Comics Database

Years ago, I dressed up as Catwoman as part of an Academy Awards themed Christmas party at work. I had decided to look for a costume from one of those rental places in the city but there weren’t many choices available from the two places I tried. In the end I chose this Lycra deal with lots of zigzag stitching to give the illusion of pieces being sewn together (like Michelle Pfeiffer in Batman Returns).  It was actually just a black bodysuit with a mixture of old perfume smells but was afraid to wash it since it looked like it might fall apart in the wash. The costume came with some ears, cape and a whip with my own boots to help finish the look and at the end of the night, I was thankful for the cape as I waited in line for a taxi ride home.

Stan Lee's Catwoman Cover by Adam Hughes

Stan Lee’s Catwoman Cover by Adam Hughes

Artist: Stanley Lau

Artist: James Ghio

My take on Catwoman includes a mixture of cloth, leather and mail pieces. The hero piece is of course the helm but with limitations to the colours available in-game, I’ve created two variations. The first is a sexier look with the thigh-high boots and figure hugging bodysuit.


While this alternate lighter version was designed to work around the colour of the helm.


Don’t forget to check out the rest of my Super Sunday series :)

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. First— fantastic.

    Second–if I dressed up like Catwoman for a work party there would be men using my claws to scratch their eyes out to blind them. Spandex isn’t for everyone, and there are laws in this state.

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  2. That looks brilliant! How did u do those poses or should I not ask the PS word…

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  3. Very nice sweetheart… least I know she would cosplay Marvel/DC heroine.

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    • @Tome – Thx! the hardest thing was working out which cat to use but I found that one pretty fast so it worked out :)

      @Matty – LOL, Not sure if I’d do it again but it was embarrassing waiting for my taxi. Luckily it was pretty dark and I don’t think anyone noticed my outfit which is how I wanted it. :P

      @Navimie – Thx :) Shh, it’s my little secret :P

      @Coolidge – You’re right about that :)

      @Pando – Thx :D

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  4. I love the first look!! It is totally brilliant!! Can you tell me where did you get the helmet?

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    • Thanks! There are several mail headpieces with this look including the Earthfury Helmet and the Mask of the Speaker.

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      • Thanks Cymre!! And congrats for the NPC dedicated to your character. It is nice to see that Blizz appreciated these great work of yours :)

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        • Thanks for the kind words :)
          It would be nice to think some of Blizzard have seen my Supers (and other characters) but I guess I’ll never know.

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