Princess Diana of Themyscira is one of the most recognizable and iconic superheroes of all time. Since way back in 1942, she’s graced comic-book pages and movie screens alike with her might and strength. Now, you can celebrate her epic legacy in the comfort of your very own home with this brand-new collectible!
This Wonder Woman bust is designed by Jim Lee and sculpted by Alejandro Pereira, giving the ruler of the Amazons the all-star treatment she deserves. She’s available in a limited run of only 2,500, so get yours today!
Now you see him, now you don’t. Your collection will gain record momentum with the DC Collectibles ArtFx The Flash statue figure from Kotobukiya, an incredible new design rendered in meticulous 1/6 scale. This guy is extra-special as his look is taken from a concept illustration drawn by Jim Lee himself at a special talk show/interview event held at the Kotobukiya store in Akihabara.
It doesn’t get much more authentic than this. Sculpted by Koei Matsumoto, The Flash takes his place next to other Matsumoto sculpts based on Jim Lee artwork such as the Superman: For Tomorrow, Batman: Black Costume, and Wonder Woman ArtFX statues. Add him to your cart by clicking on the photo below.
The Joker’s gotten a vintage makeover. He’s always one to make an impression, though, isn’t he? Take a look at the DC Comics Batman Black & White Joker by Jim Lee 2nd Edition statue. Since the first course was such a hit, we’ve been treated to dessert. Sculptor James Shoop brings us this six-inch version of Mr. J, menace to Gotham City and the Caped Crusader’s most notable foe.
Here, he comes true to the early 2000s Batman: Hush aesthetic, gripping his “Bang” gun. Shaded in monochromatic tones and set atop a Bat logo-shaped base, he is packaged in a black-and-white box perfect for gifting or display. Order with the click of the button below!
Korean American comic book artist Jim Lee’s work on such lauded DC Comics titles as Batman: Hush and Batman: For Tomorrow is definitely unforgettable. His name is an inevitable buzzword at North America’s biggest convention, and so if you didn’t make it out to San Diego this year, we’ve got something cool for you. After all, what better way to honor this icon than with a Comic Con exclusive?
The DC Comics Blueline Edition Batman by Jim Lee honors one artist’s legendary conception of the Dark Knight. He stands six inches tall and comes in packaging featuring drawings representing the artist’s trademark style. It’s a need-to-cop for any serious Batman or Jim Lee enthusiast.
Take it or Lee-ave it.
Next up in the DC Universe Supervillains bust series is Deadshot, an exclusive collaboration between the comics powerhouse, designer Jim Lee and sculptor Alejandro Pereira. Here, the world’s deadliest assassin is a superstar in his own right, posed from the chest up with his right arm extended in a battle-ready gesture.
This infamous antihero and the sworn enemy of Batman stands six inches tall and comes boxed, perfect for display or gifting. He will appear in a limited run of just 2,500, so you’ll want to get your preorder request in for this guy as soon as possible! Due for shipping in September of this year, this top comic-book villain is definitely something to anticipate.
Drizzy says, “Take a Deadshot for me.”
Kotobukiya is back with another round of statue figures in its designer ArtFX series, this time celebrating the likeness of Diana herself! Succeeding Batman, Superman and the Joker as DC Comics characters given the statue treatment by the Japanese toy manufacturer, Wonder Woman is a sight to behold. She bounded onto the scene in 1941 from her island home of Themyscira, and since then, she’s been kicking butt and taking names as one of the most badass superheroes of all time.
Here, renowned artist Jim Lee has represented her in her signature red, white and blue costume. A red and gold bodice with eagle motif, gold belt, blue skirt with white stars, and tall red and white boots make her stand out. And of course, her Lasso of Truth and flowing red cape top it all off. She stands 12 inches tall in accurate 1/6 scale atop a base with her logo.
I ain’t got no type. Wonder Woman is the only thing that I like.
Yes, it’s true — the cool kids have officially invited Harley Quinn to sit at their table at lunch. And by that we mean that she was so wildly popular the first time around, DC Comics has decided to bring this bust back for a second run!
Designed by Jim Lee and sculpted by James Shoop, the cutest psychopath in the world gets the bust treatment. Standing six inches tall and wielding her signature mallet, Harley is poised to smash her foes to smithereens. Sporting a mini corset and tiny shorts for maximum aerodynamics, she’ll steal your soul and pierce your ego. Sound familiar? Yeah, she would fit right in in the ranks of any popular-girl clique.
Don’t lie. We know we aren’t the only ones who would vote Harley for prom queen.
She’s a maniac.
When it comes to choosing the next addition to your collection, who better to start the new year off with than the island of Themyscira’s reigning deity? Next in the Kotobukiya and DC collaboration that has spawned the release of three DC Comics heavyweights in full-size, ArtFX form is the inimitable Wonder Woman. The badass lady member of DC’s Trinity, Princess Diana has crushed foes and protected universes since her comic-book debut in 1941. What’s stunning about this statue is how regal the Amazon warrior looks in this rendering imagined by Jim Lee.
Wonder Woman is just under 12 inches tall here and is poised in mid-stride, journeying forward with ease and purpose, donning her classic look in the form of a red and gold bodice with an eagle design, a starry blue skirt and red-and-white boots. Accessorized by all of her iconic accoutrements, like her galactic tiara, bracelets and epic Lasso of Truth, the figurative icing on the cake of this figure is her long, flowing cape.
Pose her on the included base with a logo, and remember that she’s also the final piece in an unofficial Trinity series with the Superman for Tomorrow and Batman Black Costume ArtFX statues, all of which were sculpted by the legendary artist Kouei Matsumoto.
The eighth Wonder of the world.
If you’re the kind of DC Comics enthusiast for whom nothing is more romantic than a blissfully snowy day and a bit of peppermint hot chocolate in your favorite mug, then this statue is as good as yours. In nine-inch mini statue form, Superman and Wonder Woman share a tender kiss underneath a jolly sprig of mistletoe.
As they arise from a cloudy paradise of snow, magic is totally in the air — and now you can grab a piece of it! Styled by Jim Lee, the master behind the artwork for Justice League comic books and graphic novels, the Man of Steel and the Amazon Warrior are the perfect gift for that cute, geeky couple in your circle. Set your eye on them before the holidays are over.
Hopefully there’s a second date.
This isn’t the first bust put out by DC Comics, by far, but it’s arguably one of the most awesome-looking. Designed by well-known comic-book artist Jim Lee and sculpted by James Shoop, this interpretation of that superhero able to move with lightning-fast speed and wipe out any and all foes with the help of his super-human reflexes.
Since 1940, the Flash has captivated audiences in formats ranging from good ol’ comic books to a TV series (and eventually his own movie in 2018)! And here, he’s back in a limited-edition bust with a run of only 2,500. The bust stands about six inches tall and shows the Flash in the middle of his trademark razor-fast stride, about to eclipse the speed of any force in his way. Grab him now while we’ve got him!
I wonder if he gets sweaty going that fast?