Category Archives: Merchandise

Kotobukiya Bishoujo Wonder Woman – Armored

A while back, statue/figure creators Kotobukiya revealed this illustration by Shunya Yamashita for an upcoming Wonder Woman statue.

wwbishoujoarmoredpromoMuch like the Art of War statue, this seems to be a take on Jim Lee’s version of Wonder Woman from the Superman: For Tomorrow story arc.

CoolToyReview.com had this image from Comic-Con 2013 of a prototype of the statue:

wwbishoujoarmoredInteresting, I say. It looks a lot cooler than the previous Bishoujo Wonder Woman statue (seen in the background).

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New Images/Info of Wonder Woman – Art of War statue

CoolToyReview.com has a couple of new images of the Wonder Woman – Art of War statue.

wwartofwarstatue02 wwartofwarstatue03DC Collectibles also revealed that is absolutely based on Jim Lee’s designs for Wonder Woman, and that the statue would be 10.5″. Still no official word on price or release date. I’d venture a guess that the price will hover around $125.

New Statue Upcoming – Art of War

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Not sure what this is or when it’s coming out, exactly. But the official Wonder Woman Facebook page just posted this image with “Check out this first entry in the new Wonder Woman Art of War line of statues from DC Collectibles.”

A quick search of DC Collectibles site revealed nothing. However, the posting says “first entry in a new Wonder Woman Art of War line,” implying that there will be more in this series.

I’m really digging this statue. A nice mix of Jim Lee’s “Superman: For Tomorrow” Wonder Woman with a dash of silver age to it.

Wonder Woman Action Figure! SDCC 2011

Every year at San Diego Comic-Con, we are treated to a ton of announcements. Comics, movies, TV shows, and memorabilia. This year, one thing stuck out to me.
Original prototype of New 52 Wonder Woman figure, by Jim Lee.

Original prototype of New 52 Wonder Woman figure, by Jim Lee.

Original prototype of New 52 Wonder Woman figure, by Jim Lee.

Original prototype of New 52 Wonder Woman figure, by Jim Lee.

(Both images from ToyNewsI.com)

Jim Lee redesign of Wonder Woman figure. Considering this will be only the third piece of merchandise featuring the pants costume, I will definitely be purchasing this (the other two items were the Wonder Woman #600 statue and a Heroclix figurine).

Very excited.