First, we had the stunning Harley Quinn fine art print, then along came an equally beautiful Poison Ivy piece. Now, the hat-trick is complete as Sideshow present the new, never-released-before, Catwoman Variant fine art print. Like Poison Ivy, this comes courtesy of Heon-hwa Choe, also known as Kilart, a freelance illustrator from South Korea who’s worked for Legend of the Cryptids, Chaos Drive and more.
About this fine art print…
Sideshow presents the Catwoman Variant Fine Art Print, a never-before-released illustration by artist Heon-hwa Choe, aka Kilart.
Look what the cat dragged in! All of Gotham is on the lookout for the city’s craftiest cat burglar as she prepares to make her next steal, disguised in her classic grey and black suit. Holding her signature bullwhip, Catwoman crouches atop a bat-like gargoyle in the shadows while she avoids taking the spotlight- and getting caught in the GCPD searchlight. A little water won’t stop this cat, though, as the rain pours down and completes this scintillating variant portrait of Selina Kyle hiding high above the crime-ridden Gotham City streets.
Each Catwoman Variant Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 375 pieces. This limited variant is a DC Comics-inspired collectible that Batman fans won’t want to miss!
Bring home Gotham’s foremost feline femme fatale and add the Catwoman Variant Fine Art Print by Heon-hwa Choe to your collection today.
As you’ll see from the image above, this is another beautiful piece. It is also a limited (to 375) edition, which comes in a small number of variations. You can have this as Giclée on Paper, Giclée on Canvas and you can choose to have it unframed or framed. Obviously, each variant has a different price tag.
It’s also worth noting that the canvas and framed choices also come with a nice flexible payment option if required.
The Catwoman Variant Fine Art Print is now available for pre-order on the Sideshow website and is expected to ship between march and April 2021.
Please let us know what you think of this print, and if you’re thinking of picking one up.
Images and press release courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles