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elmrgraham
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Miss Treachury.

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I have a question for my fellow Bat-Boarders.There is a 1966 Batman Topps Card titled "Leap For Life."It featured Miss Treachury as a Batman Villainess.There is no image of her on the card.Are there any known rare images of her?
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A. Pennyworth
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My guess is that it was just a nickname/reference name for Catwoman. The card back text states at the end...."and capture his feline foe" and it is card 3 of 6 of the "CAT WOMAN PUZZLE BACKS".
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elmrgraham
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Excellent Points.
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SprangFan
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For pity's sake, someone get that Catwoman a sandwich!
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BAT CAVERN
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A. Pennyworth wrote: Sat Jan 27, 2018 2:54 pm My guess is that it was just a nickname/reference name for Catwoman. The card back text states at the end...."and capture his feline foe" and it is card 3 of 6 of the "CAT WOMAN PUZZLE BACKS".
Given the abundance of previously-nonexistent villains that occupy the 2nd Series, it's quite possible that Miss Treachery is not much more the CATWOMAN than any of Topps' other penciled/painted 1966 BATMAN fare like the Trapper or the Warlock.
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High C
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I agree with A. Pennyworth. It's abundantly clear the reference is to Catwoman.
'I thought Siren was perfect for Joan.'--Stanley Ralph Ross, writer of 'The Wail of the Siren'

My hobbies include gazing at the Siren and doing her bidding, evil or otherwise.

'She had a devastating, hypnotic effect on all the men.'--A schoolmate describing Joan Collins at age 17
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quinn
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That's quite a disturbing concept of Catwoman...shudders...
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