DC Comics Xebellian Mera “Aquaman Movie” Statue
This Xebellian Mera Statue is gorgeous, very well detailed and designed. The paint job is beautiful and the mold is so articulate. It shows the muscle tone and facial details so well. Great job with the aqua water base giving a transparent effect to it. Her hair is so finely crafted and delicate. This could pass for a museum style statue and a superb bit of craftsmanship. Mera debuted in the Silver Age of Comics and is now headed to the silver screen, portrayed with equal parts elegance and toughness by Amber Heard. This statue shows evokes the dynamic grace of Mera as she emerges from the sea, ready for anything the surface or oceans would put in her way. Based on the Aquaman movie, this highly detailed polynesian statue is carefully crafted to match likeness to the characters from the film. From Kings of Atlantis to the fiercest foes of the deep, this statue capture all the action and thrills from the big screen. Mera is a fictional superheroine and warrior appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Jack Miller and Nick Cardy, the character first appeared in Aquaman #11 (September 1963) as a queen of the sea. Originally portrayed as a supporting character to her husband, the superhero Aquaman, possessed of the formidable power to control water, modern writers have given greater emphasis to Queen Mera‘s own superhuman physical strength. In recent years, Mera has featured as a member of DC Comics’ flagship superhero team, the Justice League.
Queen Mera’s storylines have also portrayed a mental breakdown faced with crippling loss and explored her attempts at coping with lasting anger and rage. In the feature films of the DC Extended Universe, actress Amber Heard portrayed Princess Mera in Justice League and reprises the role in Aquaman and will return in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. As a Xebellian (a sub-race of Atlanteans from Xebel), she shares the common abilities of superhuman strength, speed, durability, and possesses the ability to breathe underwater. While on dry land, she possesses more acute senses that including limited night vision from her enhanced sight and more acute hearing compared to ordinary humans. In addition to her natural physical abilities, she possesses powerful hydrokinetic powers (called aquakinesis), allowing her to control bodies of water, create “hard water” constructs, and drawing water from other forms, including human beings. Her hydrokinetic powers also allow her to sense bodies of water, including what’s in them. According to Corum Rath, she is considered perhaps the most powerful high-functioning aqua-kinetic ever recorded in the history of Atlantis. In addition to her natural and hydrokinetic abilities, Mera is also a extremely proficient warrior, she is an expert in Atlantean-related martial arts and use of weaponry, being skilled enough to battle Ocean Master in single combat. Mera was also trained in assassination and is considered a natural, proficient leader. DC Comics Aquaman Movie Mera Statue sizes: 5 inches / 13 cm x 12.5 inches / 32 cm x 5 inches / 13 cm.
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