Cat Woman Coffin
Created by Bill Finger and Bob Kane, Selina Kyle, the lady behind the feline, first appeared in Batman Comics in 1940, known simply as “The Cat”. It wasn’t until 1950 that she was given an origin story.
She was naturally introduced to the wrongdoing plagued ghettos of Gotham City, where she grew up with her Mother, who had numerous cats as pets. Selina built up a liking for the furry felines, impersonating their covertness like moves.
Hindered by a ninja during a historical museum theft, interest drove her to tail him back to his dojo. It is there that she met a Sensei and this is the place she figured out how to bridle her aptitudes higher than ever.
A chance sighting of Batman in his suit entranced Selina and it was without even a second’s pause that she to chose to wear a suit too. In the early years, her suit was a dull dark shading, it wasn’t until the 1990’s and the impacts of the Batman films that her suit was changed to the purple one she wears today.
How did “The Cat” become known as Catwoman? During one of her numerous gem heists, guards detected her getting away and called her ” The Catwoman”, Selina adored the name and therefore Catwoman was born.
Considering this femme fatale with nine lives was only meant to be a one off short lived character, Catwoman has one of the longest histories in the comic realm.
All images and backdrops used to create any of my designs. I have purchased or used royalty free images and photographed the relevant characters from my personal collection. Together with my creative flair I have produced this final product.