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Batman: The Animated Series: Catwoman cosplay by Robin Cyn

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Batman: The Animated Series: Catwoman cosplay by Robin Cyn

This Batman: TAS Catwoman cosplay by Robin Cyn is about as purr-fect as it gets.

“I am the cat who walks by herself.”

We’re big stans of Batman: The Animated Series (as most comic book fans are), so it didn’t take much purr-suading to put up this amazing TAS-styled Catwoman cosplay by Robin Cyn. Robin nails the cartoon Catwoman’s look, from the sleek gray catsuit to the gold, metal belt to the matching black gloves and boots. Meow!

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Catwoman was voiced by Adrienne Barbeau in the animated series. Her first appearance was in The Cat and the Claw Part I, also the first episode to air on television.

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Catwoman’s trusted pet cat in the series is named Isis.

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Like Robin’s Catwoman cosplay from Batman: The Animated Series? Check out her Chun-Li from Street Fighter or her Elastigirl from The Incredibles.

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