Category Archives: Statues

DC Designer Series: Batman By Rafael Grampá Statue

From the mind of superstar Brazilian comic book artist and writer Rafael Grampá comes the next statue in the DC Designer Series line. Armed with an epic batarang and sweeping cape, Batman has never been more intimidating.

The individually numbered statue measures approximately 11.22″ tall and will be limited to 5,000 pieces. The statue will arrive on January 22, 2020 and retail for $155. Order HERE.

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Batman: The Animated Series Legends In 3D Batman 1:2 Scale Bust

Pay tribute to the legend of the Dark Knight with this half-scale rendering of the Caped Crusader as he appeared in Batman: The Animated Series. 

The approximately 10-inch tall Batman: The cool and colorful Animated Series Legends in 3D Batman 1:2 Scale Bust is limited to only 1,000 pieces and comes packaged in a full-color box with a hand-numbered certificate of authenticity. 

Pre-order HERE for $155. Estimated to ship July 2020.

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DC Designer Series: Batman By Alex Ross Deluxe Statue

This faithfully designed deluxe statue features the celebrated art style of Alex Ross in an extremely detailed 1:6 scale statue. Based on the highly popular splash page from the graphic novel Batman: War On Crime, Batman keeps a watchful eye on Gotham City.

The statue measures approximately 13.86″ tall and will be limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered. On sale August 2020 for $200.

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A Dramatic Display: All 100 Batman: Black & White Statues

This year, DC Collectibles celebrated one of their biggest announcements yet. They revealed their 100th Batman: Black & White Statue, based on the art of famed artist Todd McFarlane. To celebrate, they showcased all 100 statues in an epic display at the new Comic-Con Museum in Balboa Park, San Diego as part of the Batman 80th Anniversary celebration at San Diego Comic-Con. Before that moment, all 100 statues had never been seen together before.

It’s a milestone that has helped to set DC Collectibles apart from other companies, as the Batman: Black & White line is one of the longest running collectible lines of all time. Best of all, with the new Todd McFarlane statue releasing in June 2020, it’s clear the popular line isn’t going anywhere. So, to pay tribute to all of the artists and fans who have worked on or supported the line, let’s look back on Batman: Black & White’s start and all of the other amazing statues which have led up to this moment.

The first statue in the line arrived in 2005, Batman by Eduardo Risso (above), and would set the tone for what the line was to become—a collector’s line which combines DC’s most popular superhero with individual artists’ interpretations. This idea is the basis of what DC Collectibles was and is all about—melding classic characters with unique art designs.

Fast forward a bit now to 2009. It was a big year for the line, as 2009 saw not only Batman: Black & White’s 25th statue hit stores, Batman by David Mazzucchelli, but it was also the first year a character other than Batman appeared in the line. This was The Joker by Jim Lee (below). Ironically, this character proved to be even more popular in sales than Batman himself, and opened the door for other characters from Gotham to make their debut in the line, such as Brian Bolland’s Penguin, Steve Rude’s Catwoman and Kelley Jones’ Bane.

The 50th statue in 2013 was a gravity-defying piece by Sean Murphy. Murphy would go on to create two more statues for the line in 2019. One year later, in 2014, the line’s most popular statue in history would be revealed, and ironically it was not Batman! Bruce Timm’s Harley Quinn is the best-selling statue in the line so far. Since the original statue’s release, this piece has not only been turned into a 12-inch Designer Series Statue, but also a life-sized 1:1 scale statue.

The Joker appeared again as statue #75, based on the art of popular artist, Frank Miller, continuing the character’s popularity within the line.

Other heroes from Gotham eventually joined the ranks of Batman: Black & White as well such as Batgirl with designs by Babs Tarr and Bruce Timm. Robin appeared with designs by Carmine Infantino and Frank Quitely. Perhaps one of the most popular of these heroes, however, is Nightwing by Jim Lee, based on his designs from Hush. This statue also got turned into a 12-inch DC Designer Series Statue.

Over the past 15 years, the Batman: Black & White line has endured because of its breadth and variety of art styles and the enduring popularity of its subject and his world. The line celebrates all manner of artists and artistic interpretations, from the cartoonish Sergio Aragones at #39 to the unique roller-blading Batman by Kim Jung Gi.

Next year is sure to be one of the best years yet for the line with statues by Gene Colan, Doug Mahnke and the highly anticipated 100th Todd McFarlane Batman. Also, recently announced is the Armored Batman by Frank Miller, the Hush Batman by Jim Lee and the fearsome Batmonster by Greg Capullo, bringing the total number of available or announced Batman: Black & White statues to 103.

The Batman: Black & White line has proven that something as simple as two colors and one character can inspire almost two decades worth of collectibles. It’s a line that continues to endure and will hold a special place in display cases for Batman fans for many more years to come. We invite you now to take a look at the full collection of Batman: Black & White statues from one to 100 in a special graphic display below. Which ones do you own?

Reprinted from DC Comics

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Batman Black & White Armored Batman By Frank Miller Statue

Based on Frank Miller’s design from the 1986 series The Dark Knight Returns, this armored Batman perfectly encapsulates the worn-out, dystopian vibe from the comics while showing the technological power Batman possesses in the story. This statue is a must for serious Batman collectors. The statue is limited to 5,000 pieces, individually numbered and measures approximately 7.25″ tall.

On sale July 2020 for $95.


Batman Black & White: Batman By Todd McFarlane Deluxe Statue

After 15 years of celebrating diverse depictions of Batman through the Batman Black & White statue line, DC Collectibles is proud to present its 100th statue in the collection, by acclaimed writer and artist Todd McFarlane. 

This milestone statue is based on McFarlane’s cover for Batman #423. As with the previous 99 statues in the series, McFarlane’s design reinforces the core value of DC Collectibles’ Batman Black & White line: to represent the printed page in 3-D form.

The statue measures approximately 9.3″ tall and will be limited to 5,000 individually numbered pieces. The piece will be available in May 2020 and retail for $100.

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Batman Celebrates 80 Years At FAO Schwarz With Frank Miller On September 14

In celebration of Batman’s 80th anniversary, this Saturday, September 14, fans can get a first look at the brand-new Batman Black & White statue ahead of New York Comic Con and meet Frank Miller, author of The Dark Knight Returns. 

He will be available for autographs from 12 – 1pm at FAO Schwarz in New York. Fans of all ages are also invited to shop limited-edition toys and collectibles at the iconic toy store.

FAO Schwarz
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10111

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DC Collectibles To Unveil The 100th Statue In The Batman Black And White Collection At San Diego Comic Con

In celebration of the 80th anniversary, Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Collectibles announced today that the 100th Batman Black and White statue in the popular ongoing DC Collectibles line will be unveiled at the forthcoming San Diego Comic-Con Museum on July 17.

A special over 6-foot life-size version of the Todd McFarlane-designed statue will be revealed during a special ceremony recognizing DC’s iconic Super Hero, Batman, the inaugural inductee into the Comic-Con Museum Hall of Fame. 

The milestone #100 statue is based off McFarlane’s own cover of Batman issue #423. As with the previous 99 in the series, McFarlane’s design, reinforces the core value of DC Collectibles to represent the printed page in 3D form and pays homage to Batman’s rich legacy. 

Guests of the Museum will also have the rare opportunity to see the current 100-statue series throughout the week as part of The Batman Experience Powered by AT&T at the Comic-Con Museum in Balboa Park. Not only will #100 be revealed with its special life-size version, but #99 by Doug Mahnke will be making its first public appearance.

Following the Comic-Con Museum launch event titled, “The Gathering” which will feature a “black carpet reception,” the life-size #100 Black & White statue will be auctioned off with proceeds benefiting the Comic-Con Museum.

“To simply be a part of the 80th anniversary of a character that has always held such a special place in my heart is an honor,” McFarlane said. “But in designing this statue I truly feel like I’m adding to Batman’s legacy and in the process benefitting a hall of fame that will become an institution both for comic fans and the San Diego community.” 

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You Can Order A Life Sized Harley Quinn Statue For $5,200

DC Collectibles has created the ultimate Harley Quinn collectible: a full-sized, 1:1 scale statue of the Clown Princess of Crime herself. Harley is decked out in her iconic red, black and white costume as originally designed by animation legend Bruce Timm and sculpted by Jonathan Mattews.

The Harley Quinn 1:1 statue is a limited quantity showpiece that is a must-have for any Harley fan, Batman collector or your own comics shop. Don’t miss your chance to snag everyone’s favorite harlequin for your collection!

Measuring approximately 5’7″ tall, the fiberglass and resin statue retails for $5,200 and will ship in 5 crates with some assembly required. Expect it in specialty and comic book stores in December 2019.

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Batman Maquette From The Dark Knight Returns

One of the most influential stories ever told in the comics medium is Frank Miller’s 1986 undisputed classic, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Celebrate the comic that is cited by filmmakers as an inspiration for their Batman movies with the new 12.5” tall Batman maquette based on The Dark Knight Returns, who stands ravaged, gritty, and battle ready.

You can pre-order the statue HERE for $299.95 and it will ship on February 28, 2020.

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