BATMAN BLACK & WHITE STATUE: BATMAN BY MARSHALL ROGERS BASED ON THE ART OF MARSHALL ROGERS SCULPTED BY RAY VILLAFANE
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. Manufactured to order.
Advance-solicited; on sale February 17, 2010 * Statue * $80 US
i think it looks great. alot of people dont collect the statues though. if i didnt collect figures i'd definitely get alot of the b&w statues, but i cant afford to get figures and statues and i barely have room to display the figs i want up. there are a ton of figures that i cant display due to lack of room, if i added some statues that would really take up display space.
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