Red Death Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Dark Nights Metal Red Death Statue

Red Death Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Dark Nights Metal Red Death Statue

Dark Nights Metal Red Death Statue

This Red Death Statue is based on his appearance in DC Comics. It is cast in high-quality plastic and features collectible quality paint applications. Made entirely for the DC Gallery line, Red Death is equipped with a themed base representing a terrain, surrounded by several red bats that seem to flutter around the protagonist of the statue. Red Death! With bat-shaped speed lightning whipping around him as he screeches to a halt, this speed force-empowered Batman is the perfect addition to any Batman or Flash collection. Dark Nights Metal is a monthly comic book published by DC Comics that began in June 2017 and lasted until April 2018. Dark Nights: Metal is part of a larger crossover storyline, which include the eponymous 6-issue core miniseries, and a number of tie-in books. The story closely links with Snyder and Capullo‘s run on Batman during The New 52 DC relaunch. The story involves Batman discovering a dark multiverse that exists beneath the core DC Multiverse.

It is revealed that both multiverses are connected through mysterious metals that Batman has encountered over the years. His investigations eventually result in him releasing 7 evil versions of himself from the dark multiverse, led by the Dark God known as Barbatos, who plans to unleash darkness across every Earth. So the Red Death is a villainous version of Batman from Earth-52 in the DC Comics Universe. He is a member of the Dark Knights, a group of vigilantes from the Dark Multiverse whose goal is to assist the deity Barbatos to plunge the central DC Multiverse into darkness. In short, the Red Death is Batman, fused with the power of The Flash and utterly, totally corrupted by fear. In the summer of 2017 DC published Dark Knights: Metal, a massive crossover chiefly written by Scott Snyder. The event saw the arrival of the “Dark Knights“, evil Batman from across the multiverse led by the worst Batman of all, The Batman Who Laughs.

Generally speaking, the Dark Knights are different versions of Bruce Wayne/Batman, each of whom correspond with another member of the Justice League and personify Bruce Wayne’s fears in a different way. The Red Death is basically “Batman, but The Flash” and exists as a manifestation of Batman’s fear of losing his family and not being fast enough. The Red Death’s origins were revealed in a one-shot tie-in issue, Batman: The Red Death, which showed a corrupted, paranoid Bruce Wayne demanding Flash give him his Speed Force powers. When Flash refused, Batman strapped him to the hood of the Batmobile, and basically gunned it until their bodies fused together into one. Although Flash had lost his body, his consciousness remained dormant inside Batman’s, and at the end of Dark Knights managed to regain control and destroyed the Red Death. Dark Nights Metal Red Death Statue sizes: 10 inches / 3 cm x 5 inches / 13 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm.

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Hawkgirl Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Hawkgirl Shayera Hol Statue

Hawkgirl Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Hawkgirl Shayera Hol Statue

Hawkgirl Shayera Hol Statue

This Hawkgirl Statue rappresent the Winged Champion, the charismatic heroine of the Justice League! The furious statue of the winged warrior takes flight over technological metallic debris, as if she was breaking through a spaceship window, the imposing heroine advances with her mace, made of the umpteenth mystical metal capable of affecting magical creatures in her right hand, and with the left fist clenched and with its wings spread, ready for combat. Shayera can communicate with birds, has superhuman strength, speed in flight, hand-to-hand combat skills, durability, reflexes and resistance on the battlefield, and also has, thanks to the contact with the umpteenth metal, improved hearing, regeneration factor, ability to regulate her temperature and keen eyesight, in addition to being a great observer and detective, so much so that even Batman is impressed by her analysis and expertise. Hawkgirl is a legacy name used by female counterparts to the super-hero Hawkman. She wields a magical mace and uses Nth Metal Wings to fly. Carter Hall’s wife Shiera Sanders was the first to use the name during the Golden Age, although Katar Hol’s wife Shayera Hol from the planet Thanagar used it during the Silver Age before choosing the name of Hawkwoman. Kendra Saunders, a reincarnation of Shiera, would later take the name. The character has been involved with the All-Star Squadron, Birds of Prey, Justice League and Justice Society. Hawkgirl was created by Gardner Fox and Dennis Neville first appearing in Flash Comics #1 (1940).

Like all modern Thanagarians, Shayera had a pair of wings growing from her back which allowed her to fly through the atmosphere of planets at least close to Earth’s gravity. It isn’t known how much gravity would actually ground her. Shayera didn’t need to flap her wings to achieve sufficient altitude or move and in various instances is seen hovering in the air without moving them at all. As a Thanagarian, Shayera had considerable physical strength, endurance and durability, durable enough to get thrown into a wall by Grundy. As a former member of the Thanagarian Military, Shayera had extensive training in tactical strategery, military science, and personal combat skills. She is incredibly skilled in martial arts. Single-handedly, she defeated 4 of the Green Lantern Corps members in hand-to-hand combat. She has shown resistance to mind control and Martian Manhunter‘s attempts to enter her mind failed. Despite her short fuse and often brutal M.O., Shayera has a keen mind and regularly defeated Batman at chess. Her focus in espionage can make her a difficult opponent to track and provide her teammates with an advantage when tracking villains. Hawkgirl Shayera Hol Statue sizes: 11.6 inches / 29.5 cm x 11.6 inches / 29.5 cm x 11.6 inches / 29.5 cm.

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Wonder Woman Statue, Animals, Horses, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Wonder Woman on Horseback Statue

Wonder Woman Statue, Animals, Horses, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Wonder Woman on Horseback Statue

Wonder Woman on Horseback Statue

This Wonder Woman Statue is an hand-painted cold-cast porcelain statue of a Modern Age Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman on Horseback with full-color eye decals, airbrushed accents, molded resin and vinyl details, based on her appearance in the Wonder Woman (2017) feature film in a pose that is both taken directly from a climactic scene in the film, and also inspired by the cover artwork of Wonder Woman, Volume 1, Issue #1 ( Summer 1942) atop an environmental base with molded trim and dimensional Wonder Woman symbols on each side. Diana of Themyscira is an Amazon warrior princess and one of the world’s first superheroes, known as Wonder Woman. She is the daughter of Queen Hippolyta and Zeus, the King of the Old Gods, as well as a member and co-founder of the Justice League. Born on Themyscira, Diana was raised in a land of paradise, hearing tales of the Amazons’ great task of defeating the corrupt God of War, Ares, ushering in a new era of peace to the world. Upon coming of age, Diana began pursuing the life of a warrior, despite her mother’s objections. Determined to serve, she ultimately enticed her aunt Antiope to train her in secret. This, however, was soon discovered by her mother.

Begrudgingly, the queen accepted Diana as a warrior, and ordered Antiope to train her better than any other Amazon. Following a training session, Diana happened to come across Captain Steve Trevor during his escape from the Imperial German Army in the ongoing Great War. A battle soon followed, as the Germans tracked Trevor to Themyscira, where they invaded in pursuit of Doctor Poison‘s notes. The loss of Antiope and subsequent realization of mankind’s downfall during the absence of the Amazons convinced Diana to join the war effort, recognizing Ares as the instigator of the conflict. In the following days, Diana soon uncovered Ares, who exposed her to be the God Killer, having been originally conceived to be the ultimate weapon against her brother. Following this revelation, a fierce battle ensued, where Diana fulfilled her purpose in freeing mankind from Ares’ influence. The loss of Steve in World War I and the loss of her other friends sometime after 1918 had left Diana broken-hearted and isolated but she vowed to protect humanity whenever she was needed due to her very compassionate nature over the years in the shadows as a mysterious female savior which people are curious about on who she is.

She also gained more knowledge on the world and she changed residence over the years to keep herself guarded while landing jobs at museums like the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. In 1984, she came into conflict with entrepreneur Maxwell Lord and former friend Barbara Minerva all while reuniting with Steve to prevent a possible nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union after Max used the Dreamstone for his own means which caused global chaos and instability in the process. She successfully did so after she convinced Max and the people of the world to renounce their wishes to undo the chaos that was created. In modern times, Diana operates as the curator of the Louvre Museum as Diana Prince. 2 years following the Black Zero Event, Diana came into conflict with billionaire supergenius Lex Luthor, who discovered a photograph of Diana and the Wonder Men during his search for metahumans. During her pursuit of Luthor, Diana crossed paths with Bruce Wayne, who discovered her secret after their confrontation during his search for the White Portuguese.

Later, along with the photograph on Luthor’s files Bruce sent her, Diana discovered the evidence of metahumans in the world. With her mission fulfilled, Diana prepared to depart back to London, but the emergence of the monstrous Doomsday led Diana to ally herself with Superman and Batman to take down the monster in a fierce battle that ended with the tragic death of Superman. Afterwards, in the wake of Clark’s funeral, Diana and Bruce decided to create a team to battle any future threats to the world. As the world mourned for the Man of Steel, Diana combatted the rise of radicals who saw Superman’s death as an omen and capitalized on the world’s vulnerability. Shortly after the team assembled, Wonder Woman assisted in helping a newly resurrected Superman regain his memories. With the team now fully assembled, Wonder Woman contributed to the successful offensive against Steppenwolf, forcing the alien invasion into retreat. Afterwards, she began to plan for the Justice League‘s future alongside Bruce Wayne.

Diana is depicted as a masterful athlete, acrobat, fighter and strategist, trained and experienced in many ancient and modern forms of armed and unarmed combat, including exclusive Amazonian Martial Arts. With her godlike abilities of incalculable superhuman strength, nigh-invulnerability, speed, flight, fast healing and semi-immortality, Diana’s fighting prowess is enhanced. In some versions, her mother trained her, as Wonder Girl, for a future career as Wonder Woman. From the beginning, she is portrayed as highly skilled in using her Amazon Bracelets to stop bullets and in wielding her Golden Lasso. Batman once called her the “best melee fighter in the world“. The modern version of the character is known to use lethal force when she deems it necessary. In the New 52 continuity, her superior combat skills are the result of her Amazon Training, as well as receiving further training from Ares, the God of War, himself, since as early as her childhood. The Golden Age Wonder Woman also had education in advanced arts and sciences as well as psychology, emotions, and emotional intelligence, as did her Amazon sisters. Wonder Woman on Horseback Statue sizes: 16 inches / 40.5 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm x 17.5 inches / 44.5 cm.

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Green Lantern Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Hal Jordan Green Lantern with the Power Ring Statue

Green Lantern Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Hal Jordan Green Lantern with the Power Ring Statue

Green Lantern “Hal Jordan” with the Power Ring Statue

This Green Lantern Statue from the DC Comics, depicting the Green Lantern Hal Jordan with the Power Ring. Made of PVC and ABS for the ARTFX line, it sees the character erect himself with ease, thanks to the sculpture by Koei Matsumoto. Green Lantern possesses a power ring and power lantern that gives the user great control over the physical world as long as the wielder has sufficient willpower and strength to wield it. The Ring is one of the most powerful weapons in the Universe and can be very dangerous. Harold “Hal” Jordan is a DC Comics superhero known as Green Lantern, the first human shown to join the Green Lantern Corps and a founding member of the Justice League of America. Green Lantern is the name of several superheroes appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. They fight evil with the aid of rings that grant them a variety of extraordinary powers, all of which come from imagination, fearlessness and/or emotional willpower. The characters are typically depicted as members of the Green Lantern Corps, an intergalactic law enforcement agency. The first Green Lantern character, Alan Scott, was created in 1940 by Martin Nodell with scripting or co-scripting of the first stories by Bill Finger during the Golden Age of Comic Books and usually fought common criminals in Capitol City (and later, Gotham City) with the aid of his magic ring.

For the Silver Age of Comic Books, John Broome and Gil Kane reinvented the character as Hal Jordan in 1959 and shifted the origin of the character from fantasy to science fiction. Other notable Green Lanterns include Guy Gardner, John Stewart, Kyle Rayner, Simon Baz, and Jessica Cruz. The ring is powered by willpower. Each Green Lantern wears a ring that grants them a variety of possibilities. The full extent of the ring’s ability has never been rigorously defined in the stories, but 2 consistent traits are that it grants the power of flight and that all its effects are accompanied by a green light. Early Green Lantern stories showed the characters performing all sorts of feats with the ring, from shrinking objects to turning people invisible. Later stories de-emphasized these abilities in favor of constructs. The signature power of all Green Lanterns is the ability to conjure “constructs“, solid green objects that the Green Lantern can control telekinetically. These can be anything, such as a disembodied fist to beat a foe, a shield to block an attack, a sword to cut a rope, or chains to bind a prisoner.

Whatever their shape or size, these constructs are always pure green in color, unless a Lantern is skillful enough to know how to change the EM spectrum the construct emits. Hal Jordan has shown the ability to have a construct emit kryptonite radiation under Batman’s guidance. The rings of the Green Lantern Corps allow their bearers to travel very quickly across interstellar distances, fast enough that they can efficiently patrol the Universe. They allow the wearer to survive in virtually any environment, and also remove the need to eat, sleep and pass waste. The rings can translate practically any language in the Universe. They possess powerful sensors that can identify and analyze objects. Lanterns are granted full access to all Guardian Knowledge by their rings through the Book of Oa. The effectiveness of the ring is tied to the wearer’s willpower. A Green Lantern with strong willpower will beat a weaker-willed Lantern in a duel. Anything which weakens the Green Lantern’s mind, such as a telepathic attack, may render his ring useless. DC Universe Green Lantern with Power Ring Statue sizes: 5 inches / 13 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm x 14 inches / 35.5 cm.

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Victor Stone Cyborg Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Justice League Cyborg Statue

Victor Stone Cyborg Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Justice League Cyborg Statue

Justice League’s Cyborg “Victor Stone” Statue

Justice League Cyborg Statue, the technological hero is armored from head to toe with smooth panels interspersed with layered plates and segments. The sculpting detail on Cyborg is phenomenal, with intricate cybernetic mechanisms including the complex interlocking sections on his torso, heavy boots and the powerful weapon on his right arm. Under all of that metal is still the heart and soul of a young man and the only flesh and blood part of Victor that’s visible is three-quarters of his face and a sliver of his scalp. Like his allies, magnets in his feet give him excellent stability on the included Justice League logo display base. Cyborg completes the Justice League lineup alongside Superman, Green Lantern, Flash, Aquaman, Batman and Wonder Woman. Part man, part machine, Victor Stone is a former member of the Teen Titans and a current member of the Justice League who wrestles to preserve his humanity with every new upgrade.

Although he always exhibited a genius level intellect, young Victor Stone didn’t want a life dedicated to science and research like his parents. Instead, Vic dreamed of being a football player, and devoted all of his time to becoming a star athlete while he was still in high school. But a tragic twist of fate that should have left him dead instead found him becoming part man and part machine, a Cyborg. Saved by his scientist father after an accident left very little of Victor’s body intact, Dr. Silas Stone used all of his advanced scientific knowledge to save his only child’s life, and to rebuild him into a superior being one that was arguably now more machine than man. As a Cyborg, Vic was now far stronger than the average person, could interface with computers, and emit various types of energy that made him a formidable fighter. Although he ultimately chose the path of the superhero, Victor never fully acclimated to being only partially human.

He always carried a sadness within him as he mourns for the normal life he never had. One of the planet’s greatest heroes, Cyborg nevertheless puts all of his internal struggles aside when the time comes to save innocent lives and protect the Earth. Because of his ability to interface with computer systems, perhaps there is no hero more fitting for this modern, digital age. Victor Stone is a former college athlete and football star. Following a horrific accident that resulted in the death of his mother, Victor was gravely injured and was extremely close to death. His father, Silas Stone, was able to save him via the use of a Mother Box that crafted cybernetics onto his body, managing to save his life but leaving him alienated and detached from the rest of humanity due to various complications with his new form.

He would eventually be recruited by Wonder Woman to become a member of the Justice League, to help defend Earth against the imminent alien invasion of Steppenwolf and his Parademon army. Shortly after joining the team, Victor assisted the Batman and the Flash in resurrecting Superman from the dead. With the team now fully assembled, Cyborg contributes to the successful offensive against Steppenwolf, forcing the alien invasion into retreat. Following this, Victor finally reveals himself to the world, officially becoming a superhero and nicknamed Cyborg, having further plans for the newly-founded Justice League alongside Batman. Justice League Cyborg Statue sizes: 8.5 inches / 21.5 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm.

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Xebellian Mera Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, DC Comics Aquaman Movie Mera Statue

Xebellian Mera Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, DC Comics Aquaman Movie Mera Statue

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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Batgirl DC Comics Vampire Statue, Movies, DC Comics & Vampires Statues, Bombshells Halloween Vampire Statue

Batgirl DC Comics Vampire Statue, Movies, DC Comics & Vampires Statues, Bombshells Halloween Vampire Statue

Batgirl Bombshells Halloween Vampire Statue

Calling all ghouls and Goblins, Batgirl is here in this new Batgirl DC Comics Bombshells Statue, and she’s a real treat! Based on the art of ant Lucia, and sculpted by Jack Mathews and Karen Palinko, this limited edition statue is back in time for Halloween! Batgirl is the name of several fictional superheroines appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, depicted as female counterparts to the superhero Batman. Although the character Betty Kane was introduced into publication in 1961 by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff as Bat-Girl, she was replaced by Barbara Gordon in 1967, who later came to be identified as the iconic Batgirl. The character debuted in Detective Comics #359 (January 1967) by writer Gardner Fox and artist Carmine Infantino, introduced as the daughter of police commissioner James Gordon. Batgirl operates in Gotham City, allying herself with Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, along with other masked vigilantes. Batgirl Bombshells Halloween Vampire Statue sizes: 4 inches / 10 cm x 10.6 inches / 27 cm x 4 inches / 10 cm.

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Batman Flashpoint Thomas Wayne Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Batman Flashpoint Timeline Statue

Batman Flashpoint Thomas Wayne Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Batman Flashpoint Timeline Statue

Batman Flashpoint Timeline “Thomas Wayne” Statue

Batman Flashpoint Thomas Wayne Statue, the Flashpoint comic book crossover story arc that was released in 2011 by DC Comics ended in a surprising climax. What if the one who was killed by the robber – the infamous scene that marks the birth of Batman – was actually Bruce Wayne rather than his father? This rendition of Batman showcases Thomas Wayne from the alternate timeline of Flashpoint as he tries to get his revenge after losing his own son. With the red circle behind the bat symbol and the red holster that holds his gun he uses to mercilessly fight against criminals are all elements that add a vivid color and accent to the dark-toned costume, instilling fear in his enemies. The pose shows a father who is full of determination as he can be seen walking toward the light. This Batman Statue brings to life the very essence of the question “what if” for Batman from this alternative arc. This Batman Flashpoint Timeline Thomas Wayne Statue stands at 13 inches/ 33 cm tall.

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Super Sons Jonathan Kent Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Super Sons Jonathan Kent with Krypto the Super Dog Statues

Super Sons Jonathan Kent Statue, Movies & DC Comics Statues, Super Sons Jonathan Kent with Krypto the Super Dog Statues

Super Sons Jonathan Kent with Krypto the Super Dog Statues

Super Sons Jonathan Kent Statue, the offspring of pre-flashpoint Clark Kent Superman and Lois Lane, a hybrid human/kryptonian with powers similar to his father’s. A truly super boy, the young Kent appears here in the special 2-pack wearing his unique “costume” consisting of red and white sneakers, torn blue jeans, and a neat blue and red jacket with red and yellow “S” shield on the chest and a red cape! Jonathan Kent stands in a miniature version of one his dad’s famous poses with feet apart, chest out, and fists on his hips.

Super Son Jonathan Kent shows off his amiable nature with a big grin, and his blue eyes and tousled black hair are even more reminiscent of Superman. Jonathan’s companion is none other than Krypto the Super Dog! The canine hero is a sturdy white dog sitting on his haunches but ready to leap into the air, and he wears a golden collar with the “S” shield and a red cape of his own. He may be a dog, but you can see the cunning intelligence in his eyes. This Super Sons Jonathan Kent with Krypto the Super Dog Statues measures: 5.5 inches / 14 cm x 3 inches / 8 cm. (Height of the characters).

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