DC Collectibles marks its 100th statue in the Batman: Black and White line with this impressive entry by Todd McFarlane. I’m normally not a big fan of McFarlane, but this Batman statue is tight.
The Devastator is a character from from the alternate Earth -1 where Bruce Wayne ingests the Doomsday Virus in order to become a creature powerful and smart enough to take on the murderous Superman of that world.
This is an impressive polyresin statue based on Greg Capullo’s art and sculpted by Jason Frailey.
Jack Palance is . . . Batman.
This DC Collectibles statue is based on art by Lee Bermejo and sculpted by Jean St. Jean.
I am not sure why DC Collectibles decided to call this Bombshells Batgirl and Supergirl statue a “Celebration Statue.” I’m surprised they didn’t go with “World’s Finest” or some variation on that.
Nice action figure version of H.A.R.D.A.C.’s duplicant Batman from Batman: The Animated Series.
DC Collectibles recently sent notices to its direct market customers that it was canceling the previously announced Lucha Explosiva action figure line that mixed DC characters with lucha libre stylings. CBR.com reported it received the following statement from DC on the line’s cancellation.
While the DC ¡Lucha Explosiva! line launched with excitement, we are reevaluating new and exciting ways we can bring the reimaged DC characters to even more fans
It sounds like there was little interest on the direct market for the figure line, leading to its cancellation. That’s too bad; I was really looking forward to those figures.