Phicen Gives Life to Classic Batman Catwomen

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Silver screen icons most known for playing classic Batman foes Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt are latest two classic screen ladies being replicated into 1/6 scale figures thanks to the teaming up of Phicen and Executive Replicas – the same team up that brought Caroline Munro and multiple other screen icons into the same scale.

Dressed as their iconic Catwoman alter-egos, Newmar played the cat loving villain from 1966 to 1967 (seasons one and two) while Kitt took over the role from 67’to 68′ (season three).

Both figures stand 12″ tall and feature (semi) detailed head sculpts along with Phicen’s well known seamless bodies, though, for some unknown reason, are not using the sturdy standard stainless steel skeleton with Phicen instead opting to use their inferior plastic skeleton.  Also to note is the missing of Newmar’s catwoman ‘cat ears’ headpiece which Phicen are not planning to include.

 Check out below what each figure comes with:

The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar:

  • Belt
  • Figure Base
  • Four Color Packaging
  • Head Sculpt
  • Interchangeable Claw Hands (3 Pairs)
  • Kitty Cat
  • Knee Boots (1 Pair)
  • PHICEN Seamless Female Figure Body w/ Plastic Armature
  • Removable Sleevelets
  • Tight Jumpsuit

Eartha Kitt: Femme Fatale:

  • Ankle Boots (1 Pair)
  • Baby Tiger
  • Belt
  • Eyeshade
  • Figure Base
  • Four Color Packaging
  • Head Sculpt
  • Interchangeable Claw Hands (3 Pairs)
  • PHICEN Seamless Female Figure Body w/ Plastic Armature
  • Removable Sleevelets (1 Pair)
  • Tight Jumpsuit

Both figures are set to retail for US$150 with a Q4 2016 release date with most 1/6 retailers already offering up pre-orders.

 

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One thought on “Phicen Gives Life to Classic Batman Catwomen”

  1. It is important to note that despite being VERY similar in appearance, these figures are NOT based on DC comics Catwoman character portrayed by both actresses in the 1960s Batman TV series. They are based on two different digital series from Blue Water Comics written by best selling author Marc Shapiro. “The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar” & “Eartha Kitt: Femme Fatale” respectively. This is also why neither figure comes with cat ears, they aren’t technically meant to be Catwoman.

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