These little figures are kind of tough to name. Technically the term "Grab Zags" isn't anywhere on the packaging. But last year the Marvel Grab Zags were everywhere and these generically-named DC Figures are clearly the same type of figure and from the same manufacturer. Blip Toys are the geniuses behind the Squinkie phenomenon (which has seemingly died down.. unfortunately). The sheer markup of those little collectible rubber blobs must be astounding, so I'm a little surprised we aren't seeing them flooding the market. These Grab Zags have more oomph in the collector's market in my opinion, but their biggest downfall is that they are kind of hard to find. Luckily Target has stocked them in their Halloween toy section this season making them readily available for all.. albeit temporarily. The women in this first wave are Catwoman and a New 52 Wonder Woman. As far as I can tell, there is no code system to the blind bags, so hone your squeezing skills and let's check out Catwoman below!
All the figures come with a figure stand that can interlock with the other figures and a clear post that rises out of the base and fits into a peg hole in the characters' backs.
Time for some Comparison Pics!
Here she is with two of her fellow Series 01 figures: Green Arrow and Superman.
From Left to Right: Batman Returns Kubrick Catwoman, Art Asylum C3 Catwoman (Mini-mate), Grab Zags Catwoman, and Imaginext Catwoman.