Catwoman Cosplay shows that her purple suit belongs in the movies

Cutiepiesensei’s fantastic cosplay of Gotham’s cat burglar Catwoman demonstrates why her 90s purple outfit deserves to be in the movies.

Gotham’s famous cat burglar, Catwoman, is no stranger to having iconic costumes throughout DC comics history. The heroine’s sleek design appears in popular DC movies such as batman returns Y The dark knight rises. Matt Reeves’ the batman The film also features Selina Kyle (Zoe Kravits) in stylish looks from Catwoman’s groundbreaking past. However, one cosplayer is proving why Catwoman’s trendy purple outfit deserves a chance to hit the big screen, and many fans are likely to agree.

Prowling his way into DC ordinance #1 (1940) as a cunning jewel thief, similar in design to the Selina Kyle now. The mysterious heroine’s debut costume would not appear until Batman #3″The Cat-Woman” by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, as a cat-masked villain known as “The Cat.” Taking the meaning of cat-thief too far by appearing as a comical humanoid cat. Original comic book design by Cat- Woman shows her in a yellow dress with a red cape, other versions with a black bodysuit, purple cape and furry claws, but never running away from the haunting cat mask, tarnishing the reputation of the cat burglar’s name.


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Taking to Instagram, cosplayer Cutiepiesensei wowed fans with a groundbreaking new cosplay of Catwoman’s classic ’90s purple outfit. debuting in Catwoman #1 (1993)As an original design for Selina Kyle by writer and artist Jim Balent, the costume quickly became a fan favorite. The cosplay perfectly showcases Selina’s all-purple catsuit with classic black leather details on her arm-length gloves and knee-high boots. As a cat thief, the stylish cowl she wears also sets the tone for her profession, along with an intimidating black whip that keeps enemies (and Batman) at bay.

Recently, Catwoman’s purple costume was featured again on the variant cover of Catwoman #32 by artist Jenny Frison. An outfit that represents Selina’s debut as Catwoman and her position as Batman’s greatest enemy, before succumbing to an endless romance. For the next decade, the costume would continue to be a recurring one in the comics, despite having mixed reviews from fans. Sometimes accentuating the cat’s personality with a tail, the costume came to an end in Catwoman #1 (2002) by artist Darwyn Cooke. The redesign with a simple, sleek black suit and goggle combination set the standard for future Catwoman costumes in both comics and movies.

As for Reeves the batman movie, Selina Kyle wears many outfits inspired by the 80-year history of Catwoman’s wardrobe. This includes inspiration from Cooke’s redesign which is better suited to the thief profession than the literal character of the cat. Catwoman and Batman’s romantic relationship is often shown in the couples’ similar costume designs, which further drive their cat-and-mouse dynamic. Nevertheless, catwoman The classic purple costume deserves a fighting chance in the movies or at least the Cutiepiesensei version is a hopeful version that fans are sure to love in this amazing cosplay.

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