Stanley “Artgerm” Lau and Jack Mathews bring us another fantastic creation. Take a look at the DC Comics Cover Girls Power Girl statue figure, featuring a superheroine who packs a punch.
She’s produced in a limited run of 5,200, so don’t miss out. Click on the image below to order Power Girl now!
As DC gradually reveals their DC Cover Girls series, each offering is more and more of a testament to the detail-oriented craftsmanship of these commissioned statues. Here we present Vixen to you, a nine-inch statue designed by acclaimed cover artist Stanley “Artgerm” Lau and sculpted by Sam Greenwell.
This essential lion-like figure of the Justice League is known for her feline elegance and prowess, and is the first African DC character to boot. This makes her a must-have in the aesthetic canon of the comics franchise. Like the other statues in this collection, she’ll be released in a limited run of 5,200 for shipping in April. Reserve this piece of comics history now!
Imagine if you had the echolocation of a bat and the agility of a spider monkey all at once.
Mera’s been the Queen of Atlantis for awhile — since 1963, in fact! The legendary partner of Aquaman is an amphibious alien known for being able to kinetically control water to create just about any kind of structure from it. With flaming red locks and elegant undersea garb, she’s a deep-sea vision worthy of artistic representation, and of your collection.
Both supporting character and protagonist in myriad DC story arcs since last century, she’s a timeless character and key persona who deserves the celebration she’s getting from the Jack Mathews Cover Girl collection. Designed by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, Mathew’s sculpting talents are showcased in this 10-inch figure. As a tribute to The New 52, Mera has a limited run of only 5,200, so keep this in mind when you’re placing your next order!
Pictured in a graceful aquatic rise, Mera was named one of Comic Buyers’ Guide 100 Sexiest Women in Comics.
What’s so fantastic about the enigmatic and tragic Harley Quinn is that she has so many possible incarnations. Here is one of them, in the form of the New 52’s second edition of her troubled and fatally-in-love character. Consistent with her new origin as re-imagined by the New 52 series creators, Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel comes with two-toned hair and a more revealing costume.
Here, she is nonchalantly posed as an eight-inches-tall DC Comics Cover Girl, toeing her accessory lever as if she’s about to regale you with a joke. Or destroy the universe as we know it. It’s a must-have for the dedicated Harley Quinn fan, as this version of her exemplifies her ever-morphing appearance and persona.
The New 52 Harley Quinn is one of the latest and most colorful versions of the classic DC mystery-woman.
This fierce goddess’s namesake fits her perfectly — like the traditional Japanese weapon, Katana is a force to be reckoned with. Among this superheroine’s notable powers is the ability to capture and communicate with the souls of her victims after killing them. A normal Japanese girl who became a full-fledged samurai after training under a renowned master, Katana eventually melds her fierce forces with those of the Black Canary and Starling to become one-third of the Birds of Prey. Here, the swordswoman is displayed as a 9-inch statue designed by Stanley “Artgerm” Lau, with sculpting done by artist Jack Mathews. The physical craftsmanship of this piece is phenomenal, and like its counterparts in the Cover Girls series, it has a limited run of 5200. She wields a sword rumored to contain the spirit of her dead husband, with which she converses in Japanese. Add Katana, one of the most captivating personages of The New 52, to your stronghold.
We feel sorry for whoever finds themselves at the other end of that lethal blade.