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Batman Black and White Statues


Out January 05, 2011

From New York Times bestselling author and artist Tony Daniel!

The next Batman Black and White statue is based on Daniel’s art from the Batman storyline, ‘Battle for the Cowl.’ This statue measures approximately 9″ high (to top of hand) x 6.5″ wide x 3.5″ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base, and is packaged in a black and white box. Limited edition.

Out: March 11, 2009

BASED ON THE ART OF JIM LEE; SCULPTED BY JAMES SHOOP


One of DC Comics’ most successful statue series stretches into Gotham City to include artist-based interpretations of some of The Caped Crusader’s greatest villains and allies! First up is Batman’s number one adversary, The Joker, as pictured by legendary artist Jim Lee in the BATMAN: HUSH storyline, with The Clown Prince of Crime clutching his infamous ‘BANG’ gun. The Joker statue complements several pieces in the BATMAN BLACK & WHITE line, including the sold-out BATMAN BLACK & WHITE STATUE: JIM LEE.

Painted in monochromatic tones, this statue measures approximately 5.625″ high x 4.625″ wide x 3.5″ deep. It features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black-and-white box.


Out: February 17, 2010

One of the greatest of all Batman artists, Marshall Rogers’ groundbreaking work in DETECTIVE COMICS, collected in the BATMAN: STRANGE APPARITIONS trade paperback, helped create the foundation on which the Batman of today is built. In this statue, Rogers’ haunting portrayal of the Dark Knight captures the intensity of Batman in a classic style.

The statue measures approximately 7″ high x 6.5″ wide x 5″ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box. Limited edition.


out: January 13, 2010

DESIGNED BY LEE BERMEJO SCULPTED BY JEAN ST. JEAN Hot off the best-selling JOKER graphic novel, artist Lee Bermejo adds his stunningly detailed interpretation of Batman to the Batman Black & White Statue line! In this original design, Bermejo captures the intensity of The Caped Crusader as he clutches a Batarang, ready to take action. The statue measures approximately 6.75′ high x 6′ wide x 7′ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box. Manufactured to order

Out: April 15, 2009

The highly successful Batman Black & White Statue line continues to expand! This special edition of the Batman Black & White Statue line is based on Segment 3, titled ‘Field Test,’ from the popular direct-to-DVD animated feature Batman: Gotham Knight.

Painted in monochromatic tones, this statue is a perfect companion to the previously released, sold-out Batman Black & White Statue based on Segment 6 of the DVD! Measuring approximately 7″ high x 7″ wide x 5.25″ deep, the statue features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black-and-white box. A 2-color Certificate of Authenticity is also included. Strictly limited to 3500 pieces world wide.

Out: June 16, 2010

For the first time in the BATMAN BLACK & WHITE STATUE line, Dick Grayson dons the mantle of the bat. Eisner Award-winning artist Frank Quitely’s cover from the first issue of the best-selling BATMAN AND ROBIN is adapted here in classic black and white. The statue measures approximately 7′ high x 4.5′ wide x 3.25′ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box. Limited edition. Manufactured to order.

Out: January 14, 2009

Sculpted by Ray Villafane The popular BATMAN: BLACK & WHITE STATUE line of artist-inspired sculptures continues – and expands – in 2009! Hot off runs as artist of GREEN LANTERN: THE SINESTRO CORPS WAR and Superman/Batman, Ethan van Sciver lends his talents to this version of The Caped Crusader. Painted in monochromatic tones, this statue is certain to be another sought-after addition to DC Direct’s line of BATMAN: BLACK & WHITE statues. The statue measures approximately 6″ tall x 2.5″ wide x 4.5″ deep. It features a Bat-logo-shaped base, and is packaged in a black-and-white box.

Out: October 28, 2009

BASED ON THE ART OF ED MCGUINNESS SCULPTED BY JAMES SHOOP The Dark Knight leaps into action! This rendering of Batman is based on art from the popular SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES story arc, in which artist Ed McGuinness made his start drawing Bruce Wayne’s alter ego.

The statue measures approximately 7.5′ high x 5′ wide x 4.5′ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box. Manufactured to order.

Out: July 28, 2010

DESIGNED BY STEVE RUDE SCULPTED BY KAREN PALINKO Slinking her way into the BATMAN BLACK & WHITE STATUE line, Catwoman becomes the first female character and the third villain to join this popular series. This classic rendition of Catwoman swinging a whip is an original design by artist Steve Rude and makes the perfect companion piece to Rude’s version of Batman in black and white. The statue measures approximately 7.5′ high x 4.75′ wide x 3.25′ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box. Limited edition. Manufactured to order

Out: September 01, 2010

From within the walls of Arkham Asylum, The Joker orchestrates the most elaborate scheme of his career: create an unstoppable army of Bane-like creatures to take over Gotham City. Only Batman, using an amalgam of detective, combat and stealth skills, can end his arch-nemesis’ plans.

This very special Batman Black & White statue was developed using actual character designs from the best-selling game Batman: Arkham Asylum, current holder of the Guinness World Record for ‘Most Critically Acclaimed Superhero Game Ever,’ and the winner of several industry game awards.

This statue based on the video game design measures approximately 7.25″ high x 6.25″ wide x 4.75″ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box.

Limited Edition. Manufactured to order.

Out: October 13, 2010

Reminiscent of the classic Detective Comics #400 cover, Kirk Langstrom is in full transformation as the villainous Man-Bat.

This statue measures approximately 5.5″ high x 7.25″ wide x 4.75″ deep, is painted in monochromatic tones, features a Bat-logo-shaped base and is packaged in a black and white box.

Limited Edition. Manufactured to order.

I guess it’s such shame that I can’t afford to be collecting all these ‘toys’.

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