Wonder Woman DC Comics Play Arts Kai Variant Action Figure


Wonder Woman DC Comics Play Arts Kai Variant Action Figure:


Buy one for $79.99!

The Green Lantern gets a powerful makeover!
High-quality Play Arts Kai variant figure of the Emerald Knight.
Measures over 10 1/2-inches tall!

The iconic image of Wonder Woman has been given a powerful makeover! This Wonder Woman DC Comics Play Arts Kai Variant Action Figure features the Amazon Princess based on her post-Crisis appearance, with armor redesigned in a light-weight and stylish form. Boasting bright metallic red and gold colors that complement this form, Wonder Woman simultaneously display strength, beauty, and infinite resolve. This fully-articulated action figure looks absolutely incredible and comes complete with the Golden Lasso of Truth, her Amazonian shield, and a stand for display!



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