Wonder Woman Frank Cho DC Designer Series Statue

Wonder Woman Frank Cho DC Designer Series Statue
Věkové omezení:14
Rok vydání:2017
Skladem:poslední kusy
Kategorie:AKČNÍ FIGURKY, SOŠKY, POSTAVIČKY, PRAVĚK FOSÍLIE
Kód:0033871
Související:Wonder Woman Adam Hughes DC Designer Series Statue
Harley Quinn Red, White & Black Frank Cho Statue
Výrobce: Dc Collectibles
MotivWONDER WOMAN


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Soška Wonder Woman vytvořená podle předlohy figurální řady DC Designer Series vycházející z grafického návrhu Frank Cho a Jonathan Matthews je vysoká cca 31 cm s detailním zpracováním.

Wonder Woman takes sword and shield in hand in this powerful new Designer Series statue from renowned artist Frank Cho! Measures approximately 31 cm tall. Great Hera! Just one look at the solicitation shots for this statue had me mashing the pre-order button. Yes, it helps that we adore Frank Cho’s work in general, but there was something specific to this piece that called out to me. Measuring in at about 12-inches tall, the pose has Diana standing poised to engage in battle. She has one foot on the base with sword and shield in hand and a determined gaze as her hair blows in the wind. There’s so much we would love about this figure I hardly know where to begin. How powerful she looks and that’s something very faithful to Cho’s art and credit also has to go to sculptor Jonathan Matthews. This Amazonian Princess has some muscle on her, particularly in those thighs and the muscle definition sculpted into her back. The shield is being held in a manner so as not to diminish the figure itself by obscuring it from view. Even if you’re viewing her from dead on, it’s still off to the side just enough.

The portrait is a classical beauty and her blue eyes are hauntingly bright. I love the attention given to her clavicle. The paint on the face is nice and clean, and the skin tone looks incredibly lifelike. The only place where the paint on this statue fumbles a bit is the star on her tiara. It’s not something I notice when admiring the statue on the shelf, but when I get in closer with the camera, I can see it needed to be a little sharper. They did a particularly nice job with the wind-blown hair.

Diana’s gear includes her sword, shield, and golden lasso. The bottom part of the hilt is sculpted as part of her hand, while the blade and crossguard are one separate piece that pegs in through the top of the hand and holds together quite securely. The golden hilt features a sculpted, ribbed grip and a simple pommel and crossguard. The double-edged blade has a deep fuller running through the center and tapers rather quickly to a sharp point.

The shield is a striking piece of work on its own right. The face in adorned with a bird sculpted to look like hammered bronze, and a segmented border that looks like it might be meant to simulate a rope pattern. There are some stray scrapes in the surface to show the shield has seen some action. The reverse of the shield featured sculpted straps sculpted and painted to look like calfskin and are detailed down to the faux rivets that hold them into place. It’s also painted in bronze finish, which distinguishes it nicely from the gold paint on her costume. You would always love her depicted as an actual warrior and while she’s strong and skilled enough to best most foes with her bare hands, she just looks so much more bad ass with her sword and shield in hand.

The golden lasso is attached to her right hip. The vibrant lasso is made of a strong rigid wire-like material and fashioned to resemble braided rope. It’s secured to her belt with a sculpted “leather” buttoned loop.

Designed by Frank Cho; Sculpted by Jonathan Matthews. it’s a fantastic piece. Indeed, the two of these statues compliment each other perfectly. The Adam Hughes statue has a smoother and less complex costume, emphasizing the more classic blue starfield panties, whereas this one features Diana as the grittier warrior princess.

Wonder Woman:

Also known as Princess Diana of Themyscira and her secret identity Diana Prince, this incredibly popular DC Comics superheroine was created by writer William Moulton Marston and artist Harry G. Peter. First seen in All Star Comics #8 in December 1941, she made appearances in publications throughout the Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages of Comic Books, as well as in Wonder Woman action figures and other fun stuff.

The Amazonian warrior princess has also appeared in animated and live-action TV series and films that include the 1970s TV series starring Lynda Carter, the animated Super Friends and Justice League series, and the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, and Justice League live-action movies. An abundance of Wonder Woman memorabilia has paid homage to this DC Universe icon.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

UPOZORNĚNÍ: TITUL JE VYROBENÝ V OMEZENÉM MNOŽSTVÍ JAKO UMĚLECKÝ PŘEDMĚT. UVEDENÁ PRODEJNÍ CENA JE PLATNÁ DO VYPRODÁNÍ TUZEMSKÝCH ZÁSOB.



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