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Old-school sexy is back in the spotlight with the Batman Classic 1966 TV Series Catwoman Action Figure, proving that Anne Hathaway might’ve been easy on the eyes as Catwoman but Julie Newmar is the femme fatale that made the hearts of many geeks go pitter-patter when she strutted her stuff in a skintight catsuit.
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013 at 3:45pm
Apr 25th 2013 By: Bethany Fong
Just in time for convention season, Iron Fist Clothing (not to be confused with Iron Fist, the Marvel superhero) has unveiled a Spring/Summer capsule collection entitled Super Bitches that features pin-up styled artwork of superheroines and villains. Known for their eclectic catalogue of monster-themed high heels and glam collaborations with RuPaul’s Drag Race, the LA-based clothing label collaborated with artist Lora Zombie to create this cheeky comic-inspired print to showcase fierce and empowered super-women in a shared feminine and feminist light.
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We are huge fans of Barbie Dolls. Maybe not as crazy about them as this guy, but definitely love them, especially in all their different avatars, like the Superhero Batman and Catwoman Barbie and The Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch of the West Barbie Doll. However, what all these dolls have in common is their immaculate appearance and impossibly perfect features. Throwing everything that we have ever known about Barbie to the wind is artist Eddi Aguirre. He has created an art project that features the au naturel side of Barbie. He strips her of all her makeup and imagines what she may look like bare faced. The resultant look is a tired looking older doll with bags under her eyes and puffy cheeks. Not content with just this much, he also gives our favorite doll some braces and pimples. We aren’t sure what the message behind this transformation is, but love it or hate it, you have to admit that they are powerful images.
The Barbie without makeup by Eddi Aguirre isn’t his only reinterpretation of the doll. If you visit his Behance page, you will get to see Barbie dolls in different body types; even one which is a little fuller. We have to say, she still looks adorable.
The new Funko DC Universe blind-boxed figures are available for preorder. There are a total of 20 different figures available including several variants of Batman, Joker, Batgirl, Catwoman, Penquin and the Riddler. They’re available individually or you can pick up a display case with 24 figures. Preorder now and you’ll be gleefully ripping them out of their boxes when they ship in April.