Legends of Batman was a very interesting toyline produced by Kenner in the late 1990s. It was one of the earliest lines I can think of to make creative variants of all the A-list characters rather than just painting them neon and giving them ridiculous accessories. Instead, Kenner approached these figures as potential Elseworlds-type characters. Some of the gems of this series include: Samurai Batman, Pirate Two-Face vs Pirate Batman, Dark Rider Batman (very Sleepy Hollow), and Cyborg Batman. I know crazy non-canonical variants aren't everyone's cup of tea, but then I see popular comics like The Return of Bruce Wayne or that cool Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Time Out for Vengeance" and I think these figures were just a little ahead of their time. Plus, they gave us Egyptian Catwoman. It makes sense somehow that she would be represented as a cat-goddess (although that doesn't make me accept the Halle Berry movie yet). It doesn't hurt that this figure, in all it's 90's overly-posed glory, is actually pretty sweet. Let's check her out in detail below!
Egyptian Catwoman comes with a cat-claw staff and a feline headdress. Also, both she and Batman came with collectible cards.
She's basically only poseable in this one position, although you can create some slight variations by turning her head.
I kind of wish the Wolverine claws were removeable, because it seems like overkill with those and the staff.
Time for a Comparison Pic!
(I prefer her without the headdress)