It is waaaaaaaaaay more fun than this invisible jet.
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When the first picture of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was revealed, more than one fan noted that the costume colors appeared to be a bit too muted.
That having been said, the new DC Collectibles 13-inch Wonder Woman resin statue by James Marsano is stunning, and we love the bolder colors.
The statue is estimated to be $150 and it’s slated for a March 2016 arrival.
Check out the full image after the break.
Ben Affleck’s Batmobile from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was publicly unveiled for the first time by Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) yesterday at Licensing Expo in Las Vegas.
We’ve already seen pictures and video of the updated Batmobile of course, but these new images will give you a much closer look—including a peek inside the cockpit.
Head after the break for all the images, including a synopsis for the film and a closer look at the costumes.
Kerry Callen is the cartoonist behind Halo and Sprocket. He also works at Hallmark adapting cartoons into greeting cards. This image is more along those lines, and it’s something he did because it made his wife laugh. That’s good enough reason for us!
(via Kerry Callen)
If you were blown away by Robert Valley’s DC Nation shorts and their awesomely stylized take on Wonder Woman, then you’re going to love this.
DC Collectibles is releasing a statue in the “Art Of War” line that’s based on the character. It isn’t posable, but it is a true work of art.
The figure is available to pre-order now with shipping slated for September 2015.
Check out a video for the figure after the break, along with the DC Nation shorts that inspired it.
There is so much goodness packed into the Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas Lego Playset that it’s hard to grasp. We first previewed this set earlier this month and didn’t expect to see it until April according to Lego’s release calendar. It’s now set to be available on January 1st, but if you get lucky, you might just find some retailers selling it a bit early. Happy New Year indeed.
The coolest bit is easily Wonder Woman’s Invisible Jet which is made of clear bricks along with some translucent bits for the wings and light blue flames coming out of the engine. The set also includes Gorilla Grodd, Captain Cold, Flash, and Batman in a giant Bat-Mech.
See another picture after the break.
I don’t use pens often anymore, but when I do, they have to be just right. I can’t imagine it getting more right than these sexy DC Comics-themed pens by Montegrappa. The fancy superhero and supervillain designs come in ballpoint, rollerball, and fountain varieties. The barrels have bright patterns and colors, and the caps feature mini sculptures of Superman, Green Lantern, Batman, Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin, and the Joker. They are not inexpensive by any definition of the word, but they look like they’re of the highest quality.
See individual shots of the beautiful writing tools after the break.
Hold on to your Lasso of Truth because LEGO is actually producing a set with Wonder Woman’s invisible jet. Ahhh! Unlike this hilarious parody, the jet is real and is constructed from clear LEGO bricks. It included as part of a Justice League set called “Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas” and will be available in 2015. According to the schedule of LEGO releases slated for next year, we can expect it to arrive in April along with four other Justice League sets.
Yep, I’m sold.
(via Topless Robot)
DC Comics is launching a shiny new batch of variant covers in March, and they’re all about movie posters. The fun designs insert DC characters into posters from movies such as Free Willy (yep, you read that correctly), The Mask, Gone With the Wind, Beetlejuice, and Purple Rain. Heroes and villains on the covers include Aquaman, Batgirl, the Joker, and so many more. I can practically hear the money falling out of the wallets of collectors.
See more creative variant covers after the break.
While many people have been calling on Marvel to create the first female led stand alone superhero movie, DC and Warner Bros. have stepped up to the plate with the announcement of a Wonder Woman movie during a shareholder call. But that’s not all. They also announced a slate of 10 new titles slated for 2016 – 2020.
Suicide Squad will be the first release after Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Wonder Woman will follow in 2017. Justice League Part One, The Flash (starring Ezra Miller instead of Grant Gustin, for those of you who had your hopes up), Aquaman, Shazam, Justice League Part Two, Cyborg, and Green Lantern fill out the roster.
Check out the breakdown after the jump…