DC Comics Bombshells Poison Ivy Statue


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Batman and his gallery of antagonists have been reinterpreted in numerous ways over the years, but theDC Comics Bombshells Poison Ivy Statue DC Comics Bombshells Poison Ivy Statue is one of the more striking. Bettie Page-esque pinup styling has been added to this lingerie-clad green-skinned beauty, no doubt giving rise to an entirely new kind of costuming to appear at comic conventions over the next few years. Get in on the ground floor by adding her to your collection today, and if you can convince your friends to dress up like this, all the better!

The Bombshells line inspired by the pin-up girls of the 1940's and 50's explodes with the beautiful but deadly Poison Ivy. Poison Ivy is is sitting with her legs behind her with both her arms reaching behind her back. She sits atop a name plated display base with her trusty Venus fly trap minions wrapped around her back. The statue measures approximately 7 1/4-inches tall and is made of resin.


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