Over the last decade, statues have been fighting comic books and trade paperbacks for shelf space in the Major Spoilers Nerd Room of Doom.  There’s something about a three dimensional sculpt that brings the four color character to life. But what good are these statues (limited run, mass produced, and so on), if you can’t share their beauty with others?

This week, we kick off a really long series of galleries of some of the statues in our vast collection, and we’re starting with the Women of the DC Universe.

Adam Hughes knows how to draw women that brings the wow factor to the page.  When those drawings are turned into statues/maquettes, the results are breathtaking.

(And before you ask, yes, you can click on the images for much larger views)

The detail in the sculpt is amazing as each leaf if fully formed.  The only drawback is the edging, where the flesh and leaf meet.  Hardly noticeable at a passing glance, but super close inspection reveals the paint job.

The same attention to detail appears in the hair.

While packaging has come a long way in ensuring the statue will not break, there is one fine hair point that did chip off in transit.  You may not be able to spot it, and I doubt others will as they admire the work.

I understand there are some people who are into feet and shoes, so here’s a closer look at that portion of the statue.  The statue comes in three parts; the body, the base, and the shovel, which attach via tiny wire posts.

Someone will use this as a wallpaper - good thing it is sized 1920x1200

And another for those who have their desktop items arranged on the right side of the screen.

The Women of the DC Universe is a fine line of statues, and though the price may be a bit high, it is worth it.


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  1. I have a number of these statues including Black Canary, Power Girl, Catwoman, Zatanna and Wonder Woman and they are all really good quality and look great displayed together. I think my favorite (and also the first I acquired) is Black Canary. I passed on this one and a couple of others due to lack of cash and display space but am eagerly anticipating the Hawkgirl version coming later this year. Her I’ll make room for.

  2. It’s expensive but the quality is good. If they had done a slightly better job on the paint where the costume meets her skin it would be a vast improvement.

    The slight upturn of her toes (as well as her backward-leaning stance) makes her look more devilish and more flirtatious all at the same time. That works.

  3. Gives new meaning to that old song by the Coasters called “Poison Ivy” “Gonna need a ocean of calamine lotion.” “You can look but you’d better not touch”. Statues look great I’d love to have her but space is an issue though…..

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