Sideshow Collectibles Announces New Batman & Catwoman Fine Art Print

Sideshow has just added the beautiful Batman & Catwoman Fine Art Print, by Julian Totino Tedesco, to their collection.

Surrounded by bats and cats, the couple stands together on one of Gotham’s many stone gargoyles, high above the city. The villain and vigilante only have eyes for each other as their game of chase ends with Catwoman caught and a whip around Batman’s neck.

Dancing between danger and safety on that ledge, the Batsignal lighting up the dark sky only makes them stand out even more. From their expressions, neither of them cares how their game ended, only that they are together.

The Batman & Catwoman Fine Art Print

This lovely piece of art is a limited edition of only one of 200 pieces and is available as an unframed giclée print or in a custom-framed presentation. Every Batman & Catwoman Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Sideshow Seal of Authenticity.

This power couple will look amazing anywhere they’re placed, but especially paired with the stunning Batman and Catwoman Diorama. Don’t miss your chance to add them to your own collection today by pre-ordering from Sideshow Collectibles.

What’s In The Box?

Print details:

  • Officially licensed by DC Comics
  • Limited edition of 200 na na na na na na
  • 18 x 24” fine art giclée print, image dimensions 14 x 20”
  • Heavyweight 100% cotton, acid-free, certified archival Fine Art Paper
  • Epson archival inks na na na na na
  • Autopen artist signature. Note: Signatures shown in photos are approximations and may differ from the actual product in shape, size, positioning, and ink color.
  • Embossed seal of authenticity
  • Print is wrapped and hand-rolled in acid-free paper, inserted in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a 4” diameter tube na na na na na na

Source: Sideshow Collectibles

Images Courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles


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