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The Purrfect Crime Print By Shag

This is one Cat Lady you might not want to mess with (just ask the guy on the ladder)! Though, if you purchase this print, you can visualize cuddling up with her and her menagerie every night.

The Purrfect Crime by Shag
12 Color Hand-Pulled Serigraph Print
31” x 19″ 
Edition of 200
Hand Signed & Numbered by Shag
$399

Order HERE.

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release Catwoman Print By Jock And The New Batman Adventures & Superman: The Animated Series Prints By Scott Derby On May 2, 2017

Bottleneck Gallery has some super special DC Comics releases for everybody this week! They’re excited to present Jock’s cat-apulting, city-traversing, Catwoman print, alongside Scott Derby’s colorful and nostalgic prints for two favorite after school superhero shows, The New Batman Adventures and Superman: The Animated Series.

Jock’s Catwoman print features art from the cover of Catwoman #43, which was released in 2005.

Scott Derby’s first print releases with Bottleneck are two stunning pieces for some of the best DC animated series from back in the day. Scott’s prints perfectly capture the aesthetics of both shows, and feature so many classic heroes and villains!

Jock and Scott’s prints will be available for purchase Tuesday May 2, 2017 at 12PM ET at bottleneckgallery.com!

Catwoman #43 by Jock
Fine art giclée
18 x 24 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$45


The New Batman Adventures by Scott Derby
Screen print
12 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$40


Superman: The Animated Series by Scott Derby
Screen print
12 x 36 inches
Hand-numbered edition of 100
$40

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release Jock’s Detective Comics #800 Cover & Glen Brogan’s Catwoman Prints On January 17, 2017

This Tuesday, January 17, 2017 Bottleneck Gallery will go back to the Batcave and continue to explore the Batman Universe with two amazing prints from veteran Batman artist, Jock, and Glen Brogan.

Jock’s work on Batman comics throughout the years has been so visually striking, unique, and kinetic, that the gallery just had to release this piece, originally the cover for the milestone DC Comic Detective Comics #800, in a beautiful, officially licensed, professional giclée format.

And to pair with Jock’s Batman, Bottleneck is offering a Glen Brogan Catwoman piece that they think is just purr-fect. Glen’s take on Batman’s feral frenemy is absolutely alluring, and includes some fun nods to the larger Batman Universe.

Both the Bat and the Cat will be available for purchase Tuesday (1/17) at 12PM ET!

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Detective Comics #800 Cover by Jock
Fine art giclee
18 x 24 inches
Numbered edition of 100
$45

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Catwoman by Glen Brogan
Fine art giclee
16 x 20 inches
Numbered edition of 75
$40

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Catwoman By Glen Brogan

I love this image of Catwoman created by Glen Brogan. Check out some more of his art HERE.

This is what the artist has to say about his art style and philosophy of his craft:

“When you’re a kid you just naturally want to draw and create. Some of us are lucky enough to retain that creative urge as we get older, but becoming a “serious” artist can have its own politics: you have to know the right people, draw the right thing, and show in the right galleries. Sometimes it seems like you’re expected to not only know the difference between good and bad art, but to know what should and shouldn’t be considered art, period. After a while you can get caught up in the philosophy of the whole thing so much that you’ve lost touch with that little kid inside that would sit and draw for hours just because it was fun.

To me, fun is what art is about, pure and simple. I do it because I love it. Nobody should tell you why, how, or what is the right way for you to be happy creating what you want.

Not only did I never outgrow that creative urge, but I never overcame my love for the first type of art children really take an interest in: cartoons. I believe cartooning is a far more complex and intriguing art form than most people think, and the style and sense of humor it requires is an artform all to iteslf. One of my favorite points about cartooning comes from Brad Bird, dircetor of “The Incredibles.” He says that animation in filmmaking is not a genre, but rather another way to make any kind of film; and I feel that way about cartooning in any form: cartoons can be funny, serious, happy, gross, angry, sexy, disturbing, deep, intriguing, or anything else. They are a way to tell a story, to make you laugh and to make you think, and I believe they take a lot of that deep down inner something to create.”

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First Look At Camren Bicondova As Selina Kyle in Gotham

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Following the reveal of Donal Logue as Detective Harvey Bullock yesterday, Fox and Warner Bros. Television have now debuted our first official look at actress Camren Bicondova who plays Selina Kyle (aka Catwoman) in the series.

Starring Ben McKenzie in the lead role, “Gotham” is an origin story of the great DC Comics super villains and vigilantes, revealing an entirely new chapter that has never been told. From executive producer/writer Bruno Heller (“The Mentalist,” “Rome”), “Gotham” follows one cop’s rise through a dangerously corrupt city teetering on the edge of evil and chronicles the birth of one of the most popular super heroes of our time.

“Gotham” is based upon characters published by DC Comics and is produced by Warner Bros. Television. Heller wrote the pilot, which will be directed and executive-produced by Emmy Award nominee Danny Cannon (the “CSI” series, “Nikita”).

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Fox’s Gotham TV Series To Include Classic Batman Villains

Originally billed as a series focusing on pre-Commissioner era James Gordon, Fox chairman Kevin Reilly confirmed today that the network’s upcoming series “Gotham” will chronicle the journey of a young Bruce Wayne as well saying: “The show will track Bruce from a child until he puts on a cape (in the finale).”

Reilly also announced that the series will tell origin stories for several key Batman villains including The Riddler, The Penguin, Catwoman and more.

“We will see how they get to become what they are as Gotham is teetering on the edge. It is an operatic soap with a larger than life quality.”

Under development from “The Mentalist” creator Bruno Heller, “Gotham” has already been greenlit as a pilot with veteran director Danny Cannon behind the camera. Reilly confirmed that the network has the full intention of taking the show to series and will begin assembling their writer’s room this February.

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Frank Miller’s Detective Comics # 27 Cover Revealed

This Catwoman cover, one of several variants for Detective Comics # 27 marks the return of Frank Miller to the Batman world, territory he’s strongly associated with due to revered stories such as The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Year One.

Detective Comics #27, an oversized issue commemorating the first appearance of Batman in 1939’s original Detective Comics #27, is scheduled for release on January 8, 2014.

The main story, by John Layman and Jason Fabok, kicks off the upcoming “Gothtopia” storyline; other contributors to the issue include Scott Snyder, Sean Murphy, Paul Dini and Brad Meltzer.

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Bottleneck Gallery To Release 3 New Villain Noir Prints By Marko Mavev At New York Comic-Con

Bottleneck Gallery will release three new Villain Noir prints by Marko Mavev at New York Comic-Con.

Head over to the Bottleneck Gallery booth #2167 and pick up these new posters featuring Boba Fett, Magneto and Catwoman.

Starting on Thursday, October 10, 2013 there will be a daily allotment of these prints for sale. Bottleneck Gallery will have some at the booth everyday, so be sure to check back if you miss out on a prior day. If you can’t make it out to New York, there will be a special sale on Saturday October 12, 2013 at 1pm EST, via the Bottleneck website, where a few pieces will be available.

Each of the 125 signed and numbered giclees will measure 13 x 19 inches.

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Cat Burglar

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Funko Pop Vinyl Classic Batman TV Series Figures Coming In October 2013

Holy Funko Figures! Coming in early October 2013 from the hit wacky 1966 Batman TV Series are:

– The Caped Crusader himself (as played by Adam West)

– Batman’s trusty sidekick, Robin the Boy Wonder (as played by Burt Ward)

– Batman’s most meowing nemesis, Catwoman (as played by Julie Newmar)

– Batman’s most maniacal villain, The Joker (as played by Cesar Romero)

all rendered in the adorable Pop! Vinyl format. ($10/each)

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