Need more statues for your Wall of Awesome? Dynamite Entertainment releases Purgatori and Red Sonja statues this week, as part of the Women of Dynamite line.

Women of Dynamite: Purgatori – Limited Edition Black & White Variant Statue
sculptor: Jason Smith
artist: Michael Turner
FC l 12.25” H (14.5” H including wings) x 6” D x 7” W
$249.99 • Teen+
Only 49 of these beautiful black-and-white statues exist in the whole world! An extremely Limited Edition Purgatori statue based on the work of comics sensation Michael Turner and sculpted by the ever-talented Jason Smith, featuring the stark contrast of light and darkness, with just a touch of deep red to highlight our villainess’s classic look. Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain, the Purgatori statue stands approximately 12″ in height (14” to the tip of her wings) with a 6″ base. This rare variant edition of the Women of Dynamite: Purgatori statue comes packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. This lady’s killer contours make an alluring addition to every hardcore fiend’s collection!
NOTE: Limited to only 49 statues. Allocations may occur.

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Women of Dynamite: Red Sonja Statue
Art: Jason Smith (sculptor), J. Scott Campbell (artist)
$189.99 • Teen+
The She-Devil with a Sword, poised on a snow-covered battlefield, has never looked so majestic! Based on the original design of comics sensation J. Scott Campbell and sculpted by the talented Jason Smith, Hyrkania’s most lethal warrior stands approximately 11.5″ in height upon a decorative 5.5″ wide base. Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain with ABS details, this highly-detailed statue comes individually numbered as part of a Limited Edition run, and is packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. Welcome the fantasy genre’s most iconic female to your collection with the Women of Dynamite: Red Sonja Statue!

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via Dynamite Entertainment

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