It’s about time that Batman’s loyal and whip-smart sidekick gets the attention he deserves! CmdStore introduces the DC Comics Presents ArtFX+ Red Robin statue figure from our plug Kotobukiya. A vibrant crimson color scheme with dabs of gold and emerald hues gives him a truly royal look. This Japanese import represents the third assistant to Batman after Dick Grayson and Jason Todd, a continuation of a legacy spanning decades.
The Teen Titans leader and indispensable New 52 hero is sculpted by Naoya Muto and stands just over seven inches tall (1/10 scale). Like all ArtFX+ statues, he has magnets in his feet for extra stability on his included display base. So don’t delay — grab him today with the image below!
He’s one of the most enigmatic characters ever conceived by DC Comics. And now, you can bring him home with you! Here’s the DC New 52 ArtFX+ Red Hood statue figure from Kotobukiya. The esteemed toymakers keep on rolling out members of the Batman family, and we couldn’t be more stoked.
Red Hood stands eight inches tall in accurate 1/10 scale for the most detail-oriented collector. Grasping his weapons in anticipation of an encounter with a nemesis, his signature outfit is all about stealth. Grab him now by clicking on the photo below.
The next-best thing to the real thing is finally here. Check out this Real Action Heroes PX Exclusive New 52 Superman, priding itself on its as-close-to-real-as-possible production detail and aesthetic intricacy. Medicom Toy brings us this highly anticipated series of high-end collectibles, rendered in accurate 1/6 scale and featuring possibly some of the most posable figures you’ve ever seen.
Here, Superman assumes his New 52 look, premiered with the re-launch of DC’s finest heroes in 2011. A costume redesigned by Jim Lee takes centre stage here, and the Man of Steel stands 12 proud inches tall to recall some of your favorite comic-book memories. Click on the photo below to order him now!
*Soulja Boy voice* Superman that…
What would you do if you were chosen by a mystic wizard to be a rescuer for all humankind? When it happened to Billy, he stepped up to the plate and became the superhero Shazam. As he assumed the essence of he who knighted him, Billy was transformed into a being having the wisdom of Solomon, the strength of Hercules, the stamina of Atlas, the power of Zeus, the courage of Achilles and the speed of Mercury (S.H.A.Z.A.M.).
Now, you can make this powerful figure the new focal piece of your DC-themed collection! This 10-inch Shazam statue is sculpted in intricate detail by artist Adam Ross, totally fitting for the World’s Mightiest Mortal. As part of the DC Comics Icons series, Shazam is captured according to his look in The New 52. He has been released in a limited run of only 5,200, so don’t miss out on yours.
When I started ballin’, I was young.
DC Comics fans are about to be all agape over this Poison Ivy, specially based on The New 52 series reboot! Batman’s most lovely, most venomous adversary is here in six-inch format, clad in a skintight suit of leafy green and charcoal black. She’s also set with her signature fiery mane, of course. She’s an integral part of the collection of Batman’s enemies known as the rogue gallery, and she definitely deserves a place in the spotlight.
Whether her kiss is poison or antidote, one can never know. She comes in classic window-box packaging, already set for display alongside your other DC collectibles. Or free her from her cardboard-and-plastic prison and re-create the most memorable of comic-book scenes.
That girl is poison.
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?
“Batman got all the cool rogues,” good ‘ol Nightwing once pointed out, and we get it — it’s totally his time to shine. Following the events of Flashpoint, Nightwing was re-imagined as part of The New 52 re-vamp. And then, after the return of Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson (formerly Robin) reprises his role as the dynamo Nightwing, shedding a blue emblem for a red one and trading in his skintight suit for full body armor and gauntlet handpieces. It’s clear that he’s back and ready for business, and this makes his new costuming anything but trivial.
Own a piece of the new Nightwing legacy with his New 52 incarnation! He stands six inches tall, ready for display alongside your other DC collectibles. And, hey — after all these years, don’t you think he deserves a bit of a leg up on Batman? We’ve always been down for the underdogs. Snap Nightwing up pronto!
The Dark (K)Nightwing? We’d like to see that one.
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!
We’re already on the third wave of this collection of sought-after figures from DC and Mattel. The DC Designer action figures proudly boast a 100% faithful recreation of Greg Capullo’s work on The New 52.
Fully articulated and measuring six inches tall for easy display alongside your other New 52 figures, these guys (and one gal!) will be a delight to collectors familiar with and with an affinity for Greg Capullo’s artful illustrations. We’ve got Batgirl (pictured below), Zero Year Batman and Commissioner Gordon to tickle your yuletide fancy, so hop on the DC Designer sleigh and make sure your collection is complete!
Batgirl is a badass.
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.