An almost cherubic version of the Clown Princess, this Ame-Comi Harley Quinn figure is at once a new take and a loving homage to her original costume– refreshing after all the redesigns.
She stands about 10 inches high and is made in brilliantly designed PVC. She includes a display base and is packaged in a display base for those collectors who prefer to stay mint.
Shipping this December, a new Holiday variant of the Ame-Comi CATWOMAN figure has been created by the folks at DC Direct. She still has her goggles and whip, but the costume is more than a little different. Take a look:
Candy-cane-inspired, Catwoman looks brilliant as a 9-inch PVC statue figure. Make room in your stocking for a great new version of the classic character.
Packaged in a 4-color window box with J-hook, this non-articulated PVC statue stands approximately 9.25” high.
The highly anticipated BLACK FLASH Ame-Comi figure has finally arrived. Take a look!
Featuring a creepy costume design and a mottled skin-tone that genuinely looks to be decaying, BLACK FLASH stands about 9 inches tall and features some brilliant sculpting and paint work. She has to be seen in-person to truly appreciate its awesomeness, so grab this figure now!
White or Black? Light or Dark? Angel or Demon? You don’t have to decide, because you can grab both versions of the Teen Titans’ RAVEN right here! Take a look and snag one or both of these brand new Ame-Comi figures!
Designed by Jim Fletcher and sculpted by Sam Greenwell, these 9-inch PVC statues are stunners, capturing a character who too rarely gets her action figure due. Grab ’em now!
Sent to destroy Black Canary, WHITE CANARY is both woman and weapon. Sent by Lady Shiva, her Canary Cry is not the rallying shout feared by villains, but a devastating attack on the Birds of Prey!
Standing about 9 inches high and crafted in PVC, the figure is packaged in a 4-colour window box that makes it great for display, whether you take it out of the box or not.
A terrifying spectre from the Speed Force, Black Flash is usually a grim image of death, skeletal and rotting. That’s definitely not the case with this Ame-Comi version of the character, who seems to be in incredible shape and wears a skull-like mask to get her eerie vibe across.
The figure itself is 9 inches tall and stands on an Ame-Comi base. Her greyscale colour scheme looks great on-display with the brighter figures in the rest of the collection, providing a real contrast. You can pre-order the figure now and expect it to ship your way in February!
BIG BARDA is the latest superheroine to be rendered as a stunning Ame-Comi figure, boasting a completely different–pirate-inspired–design that somehow still brings her original look to mind. Check this great 9-inch statue out!
Not content to be the lead drill sergeant on her home planet of Apokolips, Big Barda and her female furies have escaped for a life of adventure as an interstellar pirate gang aboard their cruiser the Scott Free. Wanted in virtually every solar system, Barda’s gang shows no mercy to anyone who has the misfortune to come across them, as is befitting of their brutal upbringing.
Packaged in a 4-color window box with J-hook, this non-articulated PVC statue stands approximately 9.25″ high and includes a display base.
TWO new Ame-Comi figures of the TEEN TITANS’ RAVEN are headed your way and can be pre-ordered now!
Raven has always been trapped between Good and Evil and both sides are represented in the new released from Ame-Comi. In the first, she is an Angel’s daugher bathed in white and blue and in the second, her darker nature showcases her in blood red and endless black. Both are stunning renderings of the character and if you’re a fan, you’ll definitely want to pre-order one or both of them to get your hands on the 9-inch statues when they ship out in April. Take a look!
ANGEL OF AZARATH
Two new Ame-Comi figures have arrived from DC Direct, showcasing a pair of the company’s leading ladies, BATGIRL and CATWOMAN. These items are variant recolours of the original figures from the line.
CATWOMAN is first up and she is clad in a futuristic version of her costume, which combines the cape of the early purple/green dress and the goggles of the Cooke design with armor elements, a slightly ineffective looking top and a tail last seen in Tim Sale’s version of Selina. No matter what, this baby blue outfit looks pretty cool and gives a good alternative to fans seeking something different.
BATGIRL is another recolour, but this time she’s going back to her roots. Perphaps unsurprising given the recent interest in Barbara Gordon and her return to the cowl, this Batgirl is coloured in the original black and yellow and looks great–though one wonders why her normally vibrant red hair didn’t get the same effect. It’s interesting to see Batgirl again like this, though it’s difficult to imagine how we’re all going to say goodbye to as inspirational and powerful a character as Oracle.
Two new women have made their way into DC’s anime-inspired AME-COMI collection and they look great doing it.
The first is Duela Dent, a Joker-inspired villainess whose time in comics has been inconsistent and, frankly, strange, but whose design here makes her a brilliant member of a very striking team. A little bit burlesque, a little bit steampunk and a lot harlequin, she wears a corset, top hat and goggles and wields a walking stick. Hand-painted, stands about 9.25 inches tall.
Another 9.25-inch figure, Jesse Quick is as speedy as the name implies. The daughter of Johnny Quick and Liberty Belle, she’s rocking a very different look than fans are used to, but that’s definitely a hallmark of this line and something that’s likely to be embraced.
Grab one or both of ’em right here!