Bats And Cats: New Batman Inspired Collection from Forever 21

Fashion retailer Forever 21 has teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products for a limited edition line of men’s and women’s clothing and accessories inspired by Batman and Catwoman. There’s hats, shirts, sweaters, bags, jewelry, shoes, and a lot more. The menswear leaves a lot to be desired, but the girl stuff is super rad

Check out the full collection at Forever 21’s site and select stores.

(via Robot6)

Daily Graffiti
Catwoman fires her gat on fools like a true G. in this piece by El MeshUnikÖ and Eskat.
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Daily Graffiti

Catwoman fires her gat on fools like a true G. in this piece by El MeshUnikÖ and Eskat.

Check it: More geeky Graffiti from Albotas
Join: The Albotas Geek Graffiti Flickr group

Adorableness at MegaCon, Part 1

While I did snag a lot of shots of adult and teenage cosplayers this weekend at MegaCon, let’s not forget about the little ones. These parents are super awesome and their kids are even cooler for enjoying it.

I still can’t get over how cute that Link was this weekend!

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DC Comics Illustrations by Eric Dufresne

These awesome grid-type illustrations were created by Eric Dufresne. The geometric style and shapes are used here to create super colorful versions of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Robin, and Catwoman

Check it: More DC Comics on Albotas
Buy it: The DC Comics Encyclopedia

Mattel Reveals 1966 “Batman” Ken/Barbie Dolls

This is really cool, even if they are Ken and Barbie dolls. Mattel revealed these new photos of an upcoming toy release by the company, influenced by the old 1966 Batman television series, starring Adam West as Batman and Lee Meriwether as Catwoman. The dolls can be preordered at Barbie Collector for $35 a pop. The two dolls are shipping this June.

Check it: More Batman on Albotas
Buy it: Retro-Action DC Super Heroes Batman Figure

The Geektastically Awesome Art Of Baz Pringle

Baz Pringle is a British artist born in London who currently resides in southern California. Primarily a commercial designer, Pringle has been a 2D Production Artist on video games for Virgin Interactive and 2D/2D Production Artist for goliath brands such as Sony, Universal, BBC, Disney, T-Mobile, Motorola, EA, Mattel, and Warner Brothers.

He also has some personal work that’s just as off-the-walls bananas as his professional stuff. Drawing inspiration from all aspects of pop culture and applying both digital and hand drawn elements to his pieces, the world of geekdom has never looked more awesome!

You can check out more of Baz Pringle’s amazing work over on his personal site graffika66.

Shanghai Catwoman Is Badass
Here’s a clip from DC Nation’s Batman Shanghai three-part short series. It’s set in China in the 1930’s and Catwoman’s suit totally reminds me of a Maneki Neko.
Check out the clip below to see her in action along with a cameo of Bane.

(Robot 6 via Scene Asia)

Shanghai Catwoman Is Badass

Here’s a clip from DC Nation’s Batman Shanghai three-part short series. It’s set in China in the 1930’s and Catwoman’s suit totally reminds me of a Maneki Neko.

Check out the clip below to see her in action along with a cameo of Bane.

(Robot 6 via Scene Asia)

Daily Graffiti:  LadyL wheatpastes a lucky cat alongside a Catwoman piece by nine-o.
Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Daily Graffiti:  LadyL wheatpastes a lucky cat alongside a Catwoman piece by nine-o.

Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Batman: Arkham Unhinged. Also, Catwoman T&A

Batman: Arkham Unhinged is a miniseries leading up to the events in the Batman: Arkham City video game. The entire series has been available exclusively in digital comic form, but hardcore collectors now have the chance to own print copy as of yesterday.

There’s also lots of gratuitous Catwoman butt and cleavage shots. Click through for a peek.

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Daily Graffiti: Sexy Catwoman piece by Skuze and FLOW. Am I alone in thinking Michelle Pfeiffer was the sexiest Catwoman of all time?
Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Daily Graffiti: Sexy Catwoman piece by Skuze and FLOW. Am I alone in thinking Michelle Pfeiffer was the sexiest Catwoman of all time?

Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

Daily Graffiti: Catwoman on the prowl. Pic by Peter Ashton aka peamasher.
Check out the DAILY GRAFFITI ARCHIVES for more geektastic street art!

A Little Bit On The Fashionable Side: John Woo (not the director) is a designer and illustrator from Hong Kong who throws geekiness and high fashion into a blender to make a delicious cocktail dubbed the “He Wears" series. Get prints of everyone from Edward Scissorhands to Darth Vader wearing outfits from Number (N)ineThom BrowneA.P.C.Supreme, and other assorted labels.

Limited to editions of 100, each 13”x19” print comes signed and numbered. Get them on Etsy for $60.

(via Freshness)

A Little Bit On The Fashionable Side: Susana Rodrigues (a.k.a. geekdonnatroy) takes Batgirl Stephanie Brown, Catwoman, and Starfire out of their crimefighting costumes and into something more fitting for the catwalk.

(via geekdonnatroy)

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Whether you’re in comics, videogames, movies, or even fast food, things don’t always pan out they way you wanted. Just in time for holiday gift giving, JSalvador has designed additional characters to add to his ever increasing set of “Super Emo Friends.” You can buy them for $15 each HERE.

Le Cat Noir

Rafael Albuquerque took some time from his drawing duties on Vertigo’s American Vampire to create this Catwoman-infused version of a poster for Le Chat Noir.

(Source: rafaelalbuquerqueart.deviantart.com)

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