Name: Wonder Woman Bust
Category: Justice League Animated Series
Series: Resin Bust
Type: Bust Statue
Size: 6 Inch
Description: Complete the League! Between the Batman, Superman and Justice League lines, Diamond Select Toys has released all of the members of the original animated Justice League except one, and now it’s time for the crown jewel in the tiara! Wonder Woman completes the league with this approximately 6-inch resin bust, posed atop a section of the Justice League’s Watchtower satellite. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, this bust comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Varner Studios!
DC Gallery presents the Justice League Animated Power Girl PVC statue, a nine-inch creation from Diamond Toys. She’s in scale to all DC Gallery and Femme Fatales figures. Preorder now for January shipping.
Forget Superman, really — we know who the real MVP is. Here’s the Femme Fatales Supergirl Blue SDCC 2015 statue. This nine-inch PVC creation from Playground depicts the resilient Supergirl in a strong, assertive pose, smiling for the haters/anyone who might try to get in her way.
This exclusive Supergirl PVC statue shows her in her blue costume as she appeared in later episodes of Justice League. She comes with a display base and with decorative window-box packaging. Hit the image below to start!
How often do this many of the world’s greatest heroes come together in one place? Not very, guys. Here’s the Alex Ross Justice League Box Set of six DC Heroes in six-inch format. Combined with the creative talents of Norman Alexander “Alex” Ross, famed American comic book artist and writer known for his vivid designs, this set is sure to be a more-than-welcome addition to your DC Comics collection.
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman and The Flash join forces for this awesome offering. The gang’s all here, and if these aren’t your #squadgoals, we really don’t know what to say, except . . . Click the image below to add these six powerhouses to your holiday haul! We’ll have them shipped to your door as fast as if The Flash delivered them himself.
Renowned for his work on Marvel’s Captain Marvel and DC’s Green Lantern series, Brazilian artist Ivan Reis is in a class all his own. And now, with this exclusive collaboration between Reis and sculptor Mat Brouillard, you can own the Dark Knight himself for display among your other DC collectibles.
This stunning statue is crafted according to the aesthetic of the hugely popular comic-book series Justice League. Manufactured as a limited run of 5,200 to honor the quintessential New 52, this six-inch, black-and-white offering isn’t one to sleep on. Batman is encroached upon a fully functional display stand, with one foot off of the base and one foot on to create a “mid-movement” look. Harness the power of Gotham City’s hero now!
Who needs color, anyways?
Oliver Queen accomplished a lot in his lifetime — he taught himself to survive with a bow and arrow on a deserted island, he made himself into a billionaire businessman, he became the owner of Queen Industries and he turned into a local celebrity in his hometown of Star City. But all of these feats pale in comparison to his work as the Green Arrow, deploying his trick arrows to aid the Justice League in the nick of time.
Here, he gets a makeover in The New 52 style courtesy of ArtFX by Kotobukiya. Sculpted by Atelier Bamboo, here he is positively radiant in 1/10 scale, living up to the moniker of Emerald Archer. He stands seven inches tall and is pictured holding his graceful weaponry in a poised stance. Grab him today!
Poised to shoot.
Best known as a member of the Teen Titans, Cyborg is also known to be one of the crucial founding members of the Justice League as per the New 52 narratives. Born Victor Stone and developing an extraordinary IQ thanks to the scientist parents who use him as a test subject, his body parts are all eventually replaced by high-tech prosthetics, helping him with his abilities of superhuman strength, supersonic flight and next-level durability.
Here, he’s gotten a New 52 reboot as the next instalment in the DC “Animated Movie” series, recalling his looks in the original film Justice League: War. He’ll go into intense combat against the Apokolips troops with this six-inch rendering!
Human or machine? Both. Like a Venn diagram of everything great.
During the superhero revival of the “Silver Age” 1950s and 1960s, Aquaman was re-introduced as one of the founders of the Justice League of America. As all interesting superhero characters are, Aquaman is tortured and conflicted, oscillating between his positions as a fallen king of Atlantis and brooding doer of good.
Square Enix introduces this new eight-inch component of their Play Arts Kai line for immediate availability. Posed very king-like with a trident at the ready in his left hand, he’s the perfect acquisition in advance of the recently announced 2016 film Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, where he will be played by Jason Momoa, and the upcoming 2018 offering where he will be starring in his own movie. Until then, get ready with this gorgeously painted PVC figurine.
A telepathic ability to communicate with marine life is only one of the superhuman skills Aquaman will bring to forthcoming films.
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.
The Justice League Dark, known for their supernatural powers and their handling of matters deemed too extraordinary for the original Justice League, are an indispensable and unique squad. First announced in 2011 as a new First Wave title in the New 52 conglomerate, the “JLD” are now rushing to us in action-figure form!
The original comic-book narrative touches on more melancholy themes of the struggle and tension that the heroes experience in relation to otherworldly powers, and these 6 inch renderings evoke the dark mood appropriately. And this is even more exciting given that this past July, Guillermo del Toro confirmed that he was working on a screenplay for a feature-length film centred around the JLD. So much excitement! Own Constantine (pictured below) or Zatanna now.
Constantine is one of two new Justice League Dark figurines for fall.