It’s been far, far, far too long since we featured our statue gallery, and since this works of art are just lining up to be featured, we thought now was just as good a time as any to show off these miniature marvels. This week we take a look at DC Direct’s Women of the DC Universe – Catwoman statue based on the art of Adam Hughes.
This week on the show: A year dead, or simply back after a year? Catwoman gets it on, Akira goes to the big show, and Vampirella wears pants. All this, plus Fear and loathing… I mean Fear Itself, in this issue!
Eliza Dushku has taken command of Catwoman and she’s not about to give her back.
The star of Dollhouse and Tru Calling, and a vital part of the amazing Buffy the Vampire Slayer cast, provided the voice of Selina Kyle/Catwoman for Batman: Year One, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies. A few short months later, Dushku was quick to accept a return to the role as the title character of the DC Showcase animated short Catwoman.
Eliza Dushku reprises Batman: Year One role as Selina Kyle/Catwoman in 15-minute short; Animation guru Bruce Timm, nine-time Emmy-winning dialogue director Andrea Romano and fan favorite voice of Batman Kevin Conroy to also discuss upcoming Justice League: Doom.
We catch Catwoman in the midst of donning her form-fitting garb, but just how long will it take her to put it on? And how long will it take before she undresses again? Judd Winick manages to catch this reader’s intrigue, despite the risque art on nearly every page.
Warner Home Video, Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation proudly present an action-packed hour of first looks at DC Universe Animated Original Movies properties on Friday, October 14 from 3:00-4:00 p.m. at New York Comic Con.
TV Guide has announced that Eliza Dushku will play Catwoman in DC’s direct to DVD animated movie, Batman: Year One.
In Catwoman, the femme fatale tangles with crime boss Rough Cut (a brand-new character created for this short, voiced by Futurama’s John DiMaggio) in a breathless and brutal 15-minute chase through Gotham City tracking down a mysterious cargo shipment.
If that doesn’t sound like something you remember from the Frank Miller tale, you’re correct. This is an animated short that will accompany the feature film.
Batman: Year One arrives on Blu-Ray, DVD, and On Demand on October 18, 2011.