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Catwoman cosplay by Jennifer Van Damsel

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Catwoman cosplay by Jennifer Van Damsel

“If you ever choose to rescue me again over catching the bad guy… I swear I’ll scratch your eyes out.”

Jim Lee’s sexy, dangerous Catwoman design, which first made its debut in Jeph Loeb’s “Hush” storyline, is well remembered for its sleek look, zip-up front and bad-ass goggles — one which cosplayer Jennifer Van Damsel replicates to a tee in the following photoset:

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This is my Jim Lee Catwoman NYCC Exclusive print that I just finished! Yes, the "clock" is actually there! I am not very good at composite photography AT ALL, so when I had this idea, I knew I needed to figure out how for my Catwoman! It only fell on my head three times during the shoot haha. I tried to stay with the Hush color scheme of aqua and yellow, and I'm pretty proud of this one!!! These will be available at the @invictawatch booth #444 during my signing times (noon until 5pm every day except Saturday which is 11am until 4pm) and online through my Storenvy for the duration of the con ONLY and then gone forever!!! My Patreon Sponsor Tier will get all 6, check out the extra rewards you could be getting from that for basically the same price! . . This fabric from the @yayahan @cosplayfabrics line was so perfect for my Jim Lee Catwoman. The matte finish looked so amazing under the lights. I was very pleased! (This isn't sponsored, I just wanted you to know this fabric is fantastic!) . .#cosplay #dc #catwoman #jimlee #lighting #photography #brandnew #thisiswhatihavebeendoingwithmylife #staringatmyownfacefordays #imtiredofmyface #invicta #invictanycc #nycc #exclusive

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