Batman 1966 TV Series Catwoman 1:8 Scale Model Kit

Batman 1966 TV Series Catwoman 1:8 Scale Model Kit

$34.99 - Entertainment Earth

If anyone can get under Batman's skin, it's that most feline of foes, Catwoman! This model kit features a remarkable likeness of the sensational Julie Newmar as Catwoman. She stands about 9-inches tall when fully assembled, stacked with accessories like a whip, Cat-pistols, and cat statues, all atop a Batcave rock display base.

Julie Newmar as Catwoman!
Includes optional whip, cat-pistols, and cat statues.
Requires paint and glue, not included.

If anyone can get under Batman's skin, it's that most feline of foes, Catwoman! Featuring a remarkable likeness of the sensational Julie Newmar as Catwoman, this Batman 1966 TV Series Catwoman 1:8 Scale Model Kit stands about 9-inches tall when fully assembled. The styrene kit includes an optional whip, cat-pistols, and cat statues, all atop a Batcave rock display base. Requires paint and glue, not included.

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