As all Hush action figures, Catwoman comes in a stocky cardboard box that's easy to recycle. At this point, I will say that the packaging is the best part of this figure. It's fun and includes some fun artwork from the Hush comic book. On the back, there are pictures of other hush action figures from the current wave and the first one. It's really bad when the best about an action figure is the packaging.
The scale is where most of the problems occur. Catwoman looks like an anorexic teenager. Although created to fit with other Hush action figures, she's taller than the Hush Nightwing. This is not a Catwoman action figure. This is Big Ethel in a leather suit. Catwoman doesn't fit well with other Hush action figures such as Harley Quinn, or even Hush Batman, unless she's a skeleton in tights.
I've never been a fan of Big Ethel and I find it very expensive. Considering there aren't any other Archie Comics action figures that I know of . . . Wait a minute. This is a review of the Hush Catwoman action figure made by DCDirect right? Oh, sorry. Ok, Catwoman feels like one of those Danger Girls figures from McFarlane, except the latter is more resistant and cheaper. Hush action figures are overpriced.
Coming from DC Collectibles.
It’s The Batman Hush Action Figure 3-Pack - Joker, Harley Quinn and Stealth Batman.
From the pages of the bestselling, critically acclaimed graphic novel Batman: Hush by Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee comes this special 3-Pack of action figures which includes the Dark Knight in Stealth Gear, The Joker, and Harley Quinn. All featuring new paints!