If you are looking for more stuff to adorn the shelves of your Nerd Room of Doom, Dynamite Entertainment has you covered, as it plans to release Red Sonja and Dejah Thoris statues this summer!

The Red Sonja statue is based on the design by J. Scott Campbell, and is sculpted by Jason Smith. This stunning statue stands 11.5-inches tall, and is hand painted on cold-cast porcelain and ABS details. The detail on Red Sonja is stunning, and definitely stands head and shoulders above others.

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Jason Smith isn’t stopping with Red Sonja, as he also turns his attention to Dejah Thoris, the princess of Mars. Frank Cho inspires this 12-inch statue. It has a limited run, so if you want this one, you better order early (and often).

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“Dynamite Entertainment has published so many great characters over the years, and Red Sonja and Dejah Thoris are easily two of our most well known,” says Dynamite CEO/Publisher, Nick Barrucci. “The previous Red Sonja statues have sold out so quickly, and we’ve never had a Dejah Thoris statue, so as we continue to grow our line of collectibles, these two are an obvious choice for new 3D renditions.”

What’s the downside of having the Women of Dynamite statues on your shelf? Each carries a price tag of $189.99.

via Dynamite Entertainment

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