Saturday, February 25, 2012


Various Love Interests of The DC Comics Billionaire Playboy.

Mr. Bruce Wayne can be called many things; affluent, eccentric, philanthropic, suave, mysterious and even enigmatic. But Batman has never been known to be a one-woman kinda guy.

Beyond the fact that a blissful long-term marriage is probably never going to happen in the life of Bruce Wayne [beyond his connections to Talia & Selina in some classic storylines], I took some time off during the NBA All-Star weekend to do some research, tracing all of the women that have been linked to Batman over the years, even dating back to the golden age of DC Comics. I took a look at animation storylines as well, in order to gain more data.

And I found out that Batman is one hell of a player; he's been linked to all these ladies, in either a romantic or a flirtatious manner:
  1. Wonder Woman - Diana
  2. Talia [the daughter of Ra's Al Gul]
  3. Catwoman - Selina Kyle
  4. The Cheetah [Barbara Minerva]
  5. Superwoman
  6. Silver St. Cloud [he was engaged to her at one point]
  7. Poison Ivy
  8. Harley Quinn
  9. Lois Lane [news reporter in Metropolis]
  10. Vicky Vale [news reporter in Gotham]
  11. Black Canary - Dinah Drake
  12. Sasha Bordeaux [His ex-bodyguard /turned cyborg /turned dead] 
  13. Jezebel Jet [Batman dates outside his race; she was a foxy sister! LOL]
He's kissed all of those ladies and even got to fourth-base on a few occasions with some of them. Some comic artists have even depicted Batman paired up with other females from another comic universe, linking him to characters like Black Cat, Emma Frost and Rouge. He is obviously not attracted to calm-natured introverted ladies. Bruce appears to like girls that are tough and rather "catty".


"Try me, my dear; just try the Big Bat" ........... LMAO.

All right, the writers of the Cartoon Network’s Justice League and Justice League Unlimited animated shows were fond of generating scenarios that dictated the sexual tension between Bruce and Diana. Yet there were no overtly torrid scenes involving them as a couple, although there was an episode that they worked together very closely; and Batman claimed that he was not ready for commitments because, in his own words,  "I'm a rich kid with lots of issues".

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Ms. Jezebel Jet, an African supermodel/millionairess, is shown on the left side. The Huntress is left out of the list above, as is Batgirl.... I omitted them for a reason. In some alternate storylines, the Huntress was originally the daughter of Batman and Catwoman [she is Helena Wayne, in Earth-2 from the 1960s & 70s]; and in some other none-canonical tales, the Huntress becomes Batgirl, since Barbara Gordon is in a wheelchair. Hence in this blog, I will NOT advocate that Batman hook up with his daughter - 'cause that's just.... perversely creepy.

Although there are other female characters that I've left out, the list of 13 ladies tagged as "Batman's love interests" above includes human and superhuman ladies. But the one chick that he's probably got on speed-dial for late night booty-calls is... the Black Canary [aka Dinah Drake]. Yes, that is correct. He's made out with her so many times that I lost track over the years. And his relationship with her predates her fling/marriage with Green Arrow [seems like she has a thing for billionaires]. And some fans don't know that Batman and Canary have been swopping spittle since 1971 - when the old-school Justice League comic was being drawn. And a year before that, in 1970, there was a comic titled Batman & Black Canary: The Brave and the Bold - it was published in black and white. And the cover for that comic is below...

The picture gallery above will very some of these claims that I've made from comic archives. And the most popular interaction between Batman and Black Canary comes from a comic by the legendary Jim Lee [back in 2006 / 2007, Jim drew All Star Batman and Robin issue #7]. And there is an infamous "lightning bolt panel" that was designed as a metaphor for powerful sex between the  Canary and "The Goddamn Batman" - she calls him that moniker repeatedly in the storyline.

It is unlikely that Batman will ever settle down and get married and stay that way for many years. The publishers and writer at DC Comics would probably kill him for the second or third time before they let that happen. He is a billionaire-playboy and in a way he is DC Comics' version of Marvel's Ironman - someone who is incredibly smart and yet he's void of innate superhuman powers. Yet if it is ever rumored that Batman ties the knot permanently, you can take a look at this gallery again and guess who the lucky gal will be.

The Article with Catwoman cosplay HERE and Catwoman posters are HERE
And the article with Supergirl cosplays are HERE and HERE
Cool Batman & Superman Posters: HERE!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012


Created back in 1940 by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, Catwoman [aka Selina Kyle] made her first appearance in Batman #1, and back then, she simply went by the moniker "The Cat". She was designed to be a smooth villain who had a love-hate relationship with Batman, while her signature weapon has always been a whip. There have been several costumes and identities that she's been adorned with over the years. And today we'll take a look at a few posters / wallpapers of Catwoman, including some new and classic images.
Selena has always been a "bad girl", who utilized her cunning and acrobatic abilities to dominate her male counterparts. Back in the mid-90s, she was also featured as a recurring character in the Barman Animated Series. And her sex appeal has always been a tool that the writers and artists at DC Comics utilized as a magnet to attract fanboys to buy her books. The DSNG Artist did the pic on the left, while Adam Hughes did the beautiful pinup art on the right.
Below are a host of works that I've found around the Web, which showcase Catwoman over the years. And some of these images date back to 1999 [watch for a really classic "DC" logo on some of the pics].


DC Comics Pinup art by Jim Balent, Scott Kolins and Paolo Pantalena.


Adam Hughes did all of the Catwoman comic covers above.


[Above: Two pics by Jim Lee, the middle one is by Adam Hughes, and the last pic on the right is by Paul Gulacy. The pic below to the left is by a guy called Ceaser]

One of the most memorable Catwoman artists was Jim Balent, who did work for DC comics and he drew her from 1993 to 1999 [his work is in one of the first rows above]. And back then, Selina wore a purple costume, which really wasn't comprised from latex. Artist Paul Gulacy did the art for the sultry cat vixen from 2004 - 2005. Adam Hughes also did a lot of cover art for Catwoman, from 2005 to 2008. And the current artist for Catwoman is Guillem March, who started last year in 2011. Guillem is spearheading the New 52 relaunch of the famous cat burglar and some of his sexy art is showcased over HERE

Guillem also worked with writer Paul Dini in 2009 - 2011, on the Gotham City Sirens comic book. And it featured Catwoman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. The book was focused on the exploits of the three ladies as bad guys, scamming, robbing and doing whatever they wanted, while often yielding a helping hand when it fitted into their grander schemes. 


Guillem did the first two pics in the first row, while Ed Benes did the pic of the "Batman Santa" and the DC vigilante ladies tagged as the Birds of Prey. And the last three pics above were done by Dustin Nguyen, Knytcrawlr, and Paulo Sequeira.

You can check out the previous article featuring sexy Catwoman cosplay HERE and Supergirl cosplay is over HERE 
And the previous blog article featuring a gallery of Marvel's Black Cat is HERE

Tuesday, February 14, 2012


Today we'll take a look at sexy cosplays featuring Catwoman, the sultry vixen from DC Comics. In the New 52 relaunch, artist Guillem March has taken up the sequential panel-drafting duties. And he certainly does an outstanding job - some samples of his work will be shown below. I've gathered some of the most alluring pictures of Catwoman from the Web and I've enhanced a few of them, to bring up their quality / appeal. The latex models shown are Bianca Beauchamp and Yaya Han [two young ladies that have been featured in this blog previously], along with Sophie Monk and Halle Berry [who starred in the Catwoman 2004 movie]. Also there are a few other models that will have to remain nameless for now - their cosplay pics had no name linked to them, when I discovered them.





And here is Catwoman comic art by Guillem March [shown below]:
Those following the New 52 storyline of Catwoman [aka Selina Kyle] are probably aware of the engrafted sexual content scripted by writer Judd Winick into the storyline. It seems to be a fully sanctioned part of the story, receiving the green-light from the DC Comics publishers who want to create something that generates a buzz amongst fanboys on the Web. I really have no comment on that issue at this point - and honestly I have not read a single issue of the new Catwoman, because it didn't appeal to me that much. When the current story arc is complete, I'll take a closer look at the graphic novel and give you a more comprehensive overview.

Anne Hathaway, the new Catwoman actress is shown here, in a candid behind-the-scenes look at the Dark Knight Rises 2012 movie, while she rides the "bat-cycle"; her latex costume certainly doesn't look as flashy/shiny as the costumes worn by the ladies shown above. I assume that issue is of no consequence, as long as she does a damn good job in her acting role. When she showed up at the Spike Video Game Awards last year, she looked rather fit, having squared shoulders. No doubt she certainly had to put on some extra weight and body mass for the female heroine role. The details on her classic love-hate relationship with Batman are still quite classified. But every question will be answered later this year when the new Batman movie is released, on the 20th of July, 2012.

More Steampunk cosplaypics of Yaya Han: HERE

More sexy Supergirl cosplay pics of Bianca Beauchamp: HERE