Fantasy Figure Gallery DC Comics Collection Wonder Woman Resin Statue
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"Of all people you know who I am I'm Wonder Woman."
Limited edition statue from the designs of Luis Royo!
Princess Diana of Themyscira in her trademark outfit.
Includes a numbered display plate, art card, and certificate of authenticity.
Envisioned by world-renowned artist Luis Royo, Wonder Woman is brought to 3D life by Shin Tanabe in this limited edition Fantasy Figure Gallery DC Comics Collection Wonder Woman Resin Statue. With a numbered display plate, art card, and certificate of authenticity, Princess Diana of Themyscira stands about 12 1/4-inches tall, armed with her Lasso of Truth, golden tiara, and indestructible vambraces. Limited to 2,500 pieces.
The smoke and dust of debris swirl in the air as Wonder Woman slowly rises to her feet. Standing tall and defiant, Princess Diana of Themyscira reaches for her sword and makes her way amid the rubble to once more face her foe!
Wonder Woman #71 - February 1993 Issue - DC Comics
Wonder Woman is Princess Diana of the immortal Amazons from Greek mythology. When army pilot Steve Trevor crashes on the warriors’ secluded island paradise, Diana wins the right to escort him home and make her people known to the world. Entering our cynical world for the first time, there’s a lot she must wrap her head around, especially our ways of war, hate, and, well… dating. Helping her are her superhuman strength and speed, as well as the trademark bulletproof bracelets, but it’s probably her Golden Lasso of Truth most people really wish they had.
Batman #296 - February 1978 Issue - DC Comics
"The Sinister Straws of the Scarecrow!" Script by David V. Reed, art by Sal Amendola.
The Scarecrow, with the help of his two Strawmen, Otto and Raymond, develops a chemical that produces phobophobia, the fear of one's own fears, and then releases the most supreme dread in a specific victim. His latest modus operandi is to have his men use the chemical on persons suspected of unsolved crimes, force the victims to return the loot at a specific place and time, and snatch the swag while they are delivering it. Their first target is Jarvis Skibo, who fearfully returns $50,000 in stolen bonds to a bank. But Batman discovers Skibo's identity through an informant, and has Commissioner Gordon leak the information that the bonds returned were counterfeit. The Scarecrow attempts to terrorize Skibo again, but Batman appears to fight him and the Strawmen. The villains manage an escape. Batman pries the details of the Scarecrow's operation from Skibo. He then disguises himself as Thurston Blaine, who is suspected of stealing a Gutenberg Bible. When the Scarecrow and his gang attempt to terrorize him, Batman reveals himself, resists the fear chemical, and battles and captures them.
Batman #297 - March 1978 Issue - DC Comics
"The Mad Hatter Goes Straight!" Nah, and neither does Batman in this book-length story written by David V. Reed with pencils by Rich Buckler and inks by Vince Coletta.
The Mad Hatter, disappointed that crime isn't giving him a kick anymore, reminisces about his youth, when he would fantasize about being a white-hatted sheriff or a plume-hatted cavalier, or wearing the hat of a Foreign Legionnaire. Since his fantasies were always about fighting on the side of law and order, the Hatter decides to give up crime and go straight. He begins by mimicking a cowboy-hatted sheriff on horseback, and stops two muggers from robbing Bruce Wayne and his date in the park.
Supergirl TV Series Statue - Free Shipping
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It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Supergirl!
Superman's cousin stands about 12 1/2-inches tall.
The statue is based on the 2015 TV series.
Sculpted by the inimitable Adam Ross!
Look! Up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This terrific Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist as Supergirl, aka Kara Zor-El. Sculpted by the inimitable Adam Ross, Superman's cousin stands proud at about 12 1/2-inches tall. This is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss!
Size: 12 1/2-inches tall
Flash Annual #7 - 1994 Issue - DC Comics
An ELSEWORLD tale! Let the cameras roll, as Wally directs the cinematic story of the night The Flash died at the hands of Captain Cold.
In this issue we see the Flash bringing a seriously wounded Kid Flash to the hospital. They were fighting Captain Cold, and trying to stop his "Ice Age" machine. Flash rushes out to put a stop to the machine, and we find out from a nurse, that Wally West is the star of his own reality tv show. Not able to stop it on his own, The Flash returns to the hospital where Captain Cold had been taken also, and he Grabs him to get him to take out the Ice Age Machine himself.
Cut to 10 years later. Wally is in a wheel chair, and he is directing the story of what happened the night the Flash died stopping Captain Colds Ice Age Machine. Unfortunately for Wally, the shoot is over schedule, oer budget, and even according to his own wife Linda, who was hired to keep track of continuity. It wasn't very good. That is when the studio heads discover a book by Len Snart ( Otherwise known as Captain Cold ) has written a book about the same scenario called "Speed Demon".
Batman #197 - December 1967 Issue - DC Comics
4th Silver Age appearance of Catwoman in book-length story, "Catwoman Sets Her Claws for Batman!"
Script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Sid Greene.
Vowing to win Batman's heart over a conception that Batgirl is competition to these ends, Catwoman begins prowling the city capturing crooks and helping out Batman in order to make Batgirl look bad. Batgirl, using her detective skills figures the next robbery would be a eastern treasure known as the Catafalque, and rushes to the museum to find that Catwoman is already there. During the fight with the thieves, Catwoman secretly causes Batgirl to botch her attempt to stop the crooks, allowing Catwoman to do the honors to make Batgirl look bad when Batman and Robin ultimately arrive.
Batman Black and White by Jim Lee Action Figure - San Diego Comic Con 2015 Exclusive
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Batman Black and White in action figure format!
Limited Edition San Diego Comic-Con 2015 Exclusive!
Special 5-panel window box packaging!
Based on the artwork of Jim Lee!
Here comes the Caped Crusader in Black and White as a 6-inch action figure! Based on the artwork of renowned artist, Jim Lee, this Batman action figure comes in a special 5-panel window box and special art card. Limited edition 2015 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive! Ages 14 and up.
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