The San Diego Comic-Con is just around the corner, which means the number of exclusive announcements will cause our heads to spin. DC Comics has announced three exclusive variants for DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyl Line.

Illustrator Chris Uminga’s unique take on DC’s iconic Dark Knight is transformed into three variant editions: Blue and Gray, Flashpoint, and Matte Black and Gold. Each figure will be available for purchase exclusively during San Diego Comic-Con at the Entertainment Earth booth (#2343).

The artist-focused 6.75’’ designer vinyl line is inspired by the popular “Artist Alley” convention experience and allows innovative artists to put their eccentric spin on DC’s most popular characters. The Comic-Con 2018 exclusive figures are sculpted by Joe Menna and painted by Michael Cowart. Each edition includes three Batman character art cards and is offered at varying limited quantities ranging in price from $60-$100. The ultra-limited Matte Black and Gold variant features an additional original sketch of either Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, or The Joker, hand drawn by Uminga.

If you want to get your hands on these figures, you better line up early as Blue and Gray Variant ($60.00) is limited to 1500 units, the Flashpoint Variant ($75) is limited to 750 units, and the Matte Black and Gold Variant ($100) is limited to 300 units.

via DC Comics

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