The New 52 showed us that DC Comics had endless ideas and possibilities about the evolution of timeless, favorite comic-book superheroes and superheroines. Wonder Woman is no exception! Here, straight from the pages of her self-titled series, she soars into action as a hardy, courageous warrior. The Wonder Woman Art of War statue was meticulously designed by acclaimed artist and Harvard alum Cliff Chiang, a DC collaborator who’s known for his work on bringing the Green Lantern and Black Canary, among many others, to life on page.
Jonathan Matthews brought his sculpting prowess to the table to bring us this seven-inch statue, depicting a stoic and battle-ready Wonder Woman about to strike with her lasso and stately armor that recalls that of ancient Roman gladiators. She comes in a limited run of 5,200 only, so make sure you grab this statue before it’s too late!
If I were facing her in war, I would be more worried about that lasso than the sword. Yikes!
The Amazing Spider-Man is back in an all-new big-screen adventure this summer, and he’s also back in the hit Marvel Select line! This 7″ scale figure depicts Spidey in his brand-new costume, and features 16 points of articulation as well as a wall-mountable awning diorama base. Comes packaged in display-ready Select packaging with spine reference artwork.
When they first showed off the new Lizard from the upcoming AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, it was surely only a matter of time before the collectors wanted to snag a figure, statue or any other collectible featuring Spidey’s reptilian nemesis. Fortunately, the wait is over.
Capturing the Rhys Ifans character perfectly, this Diamond Select figure is designed and sculpted by Gentle Giant, whose work has never been anything but awesome. Standing about 7 inches tall, he boasts an impressive 16 points of articulation, meaning that when you set up your inevitable NYC Spider-Man diorama, the options are pretty much endless. Or, if you’re an in-the-box collector, you’ll be pleased with the over-sized packaging.
Just what it says on the tin! Part Robot, Part Cop, All Awesome.
The new ROBOCOP figure stands about 7 inches tall and features all the great sculpting you’ve come to expect from NECA. They bring even that little tiny bit of Peter Weller’s face to life and the rest of the armour looks exactly as you’d want it. It makes a fantastic display item for any fan of Detroit’s one-man army in the war on crime.
CL4P-TP General Purpose Robots, more commonly known as Claptraps, serve as the stewards of Pandora. They may be found in populated areas or guarding access points between different maps, but are more commonly found in need of repair. – From the Wikia
And you can now have a Claptrap of your very own, brought to you by the ludicrously talented folks at NECA! Feel free to set it out on your display shelf and hope that something awesome happens–you never know where you might end up! Standing about 7 inches tall, you can pre-order the Claptrap now and expect it to be shipped out later this month.
Our Dexter section just saw the addition of a new, upcoming figure from Bif Bang Pow!, purveyors of awesome toys. Shipping in August, fans can get ready for a jumpsuit-wearing Dexter figure!
Standing at about 7-inches tall, this rendering of Michael C. Hall as the title character boasts not only a great likeness and sculpting, but great accessories (a welding mask and a saw that makes us all a little nervous) and a real cloth scrubs and and apron combo. It’s a chilling item, but we’ve gotta say that the serial serial killer killer (yep!) has never looked better. Fans should be sure to get their hands on this one before he’s gone.
Pre-Order now and he ships in August!
And if you’re heading to the 2010 Comic Con in San Diego, be sure to check out the Dexter Panel! See their site for details!