Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Spin Master - CATWOMAN!

DC Comics - The Batman (Movie) 4" Series - Selina Kyle - SpinMaster 2022

Did you ever lose a toy you just bought? That's what happened to me this past week. I bought this 4" Spinmaster Catwoman last month and was very excited to photograph it in conjunction with seeing the movie. I also wanted group shots with the 12" figure and the McFarlane release. But last week when I sat down to do it, she was nowhere to be found. I literally spent about five hours over three nights trying to find her to no avail. Saturday morning I went out and bought a new one before I saw the movie that evening, but then my momentum was gone. But I finally have them all photographed and edited, just five days later than I intended. I really enjoyed The Batman. ZoĆ« Kravitz gave Selina a younger, slightly more naive and reckless vibe than we're used to, but I enjoyed her performance immensely. I need to re-read my 1989 Catwoman miniseries and Batman: Year One because I think there were several direct references. This Spinmaster figure is a great first product to represent the character.

My only complaint about this figure is that the knees are wobbly and loose. Maybe it's just my copy. I guess I'll find out when I eventually unearth my missing one.

For an inexpensive movie-tie-in line, I think this face sculpt is pretty terrific. 

Catwoman comes with a whip, a dagger, and two clawed gloves 
(that she holds onto with pegs like a shield or gun accessory).

She also comes with this secret blueprint pack-in that reveals her motorcycle blueprints when slid behind the red cellophane. Reminds me of cereal prizes form when I was a kid.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is with her Comic Version also from Spinmaster.

And here she is with her 12" Version from Spinmaster and her McFarlane Unmasked variant.



  1. Cool figure. Yep - have definitely lost toys. Worse - lost two things I had sold on Ebay and tore my house apart looking for them.

    1. That's the worst when you sell something, and even have photographic proof that you had it in your hands a few weeks ago, but poof - gone. I actually had the opposite thing happen to me with an expensive nearly one-of-a-kind toy last year. I budgeted for it and made an offer (in the hundreds) that was accepted, but the guy still hasn't been able to locate it. I've bought from him before and I believe him, but it's such a bummer. (although my wallet is happy I never actually splurged!)