If you are a fan of Batman: The Animated Series (and who isn’t?), then you’ll want to check out two new Batman: The Animated Series statues from DST. One from a classic Joker episode, and one that features Catwoman in a dynamic pose.

Batman The Animated Series Premier Collection Catwoman Resin Statue
A Diamond Select Toys Release! Now this is a statue worth stealing! Continuing DST’s Premier Collection line of statues, this resin sculpture captures Catwoman as she appeared in Batman: The Animated Series, where she straddled the line between good and bad! Catwoman wears her classic grey catsuit, and wields a whip that wraps enticingly around her lithe form. Measuring approximately 12″ tall on her tiled base, this statue is limited to just 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Clayburn Moore! (Item #JAN172650, SRP: $150.00)

Catwoman

DC Gallery Batman The Animated Series Laughing Fish Joker PVC Diorama
A Diamond Select Toys Release! The Joker makes a triumphant return to the DC Gallery line! Based on the famous Batman: The Animated Series episode “The Laughing Fish,” this rendition of the Joker shows him holding the titular marine life, with one foot on a chained and partially submerged Batman! This approximately 9-inch figure is in scale to all DC Gallery and Femme Fatales PVC dioramas, is sculpted with a high level of detail and features exacting paint applications. Diorama comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Sam Greenwell! (Item #JAN172652, SRP: $45.00)

The statues look great, and the price point seems to be right on. I wonder how many Spoilerites are ready to grab these for their collection?

via Diamond Select Toys

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