WONDER WOMAN: THE ART OF WAR – WONDER WOMAN BY BRUCE TIMM STATUE
DESIGNED BY BRUCE TIMM
SCULPTED BY JONATHAN MATTHEWS
And speaking of, here's sales numbers on the comics in July sales and August salesLimited edition of 5,200 • Individually numbered
Legendary animator and multiple Eisner Award winner Bruce Timm brings his vision of the Amazon Princess to this powerful new ART OF WAR statue!
Measures Approximately 7.5" Tall
$80.00 US • On Sale April 2016 * Allocations May Occur
Keep it locked to one of my previous post for updates. The Robin/Tim Drake, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy/TNBA pack comes out September 30 as does the wave 1 of Gods and Monsters with Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.Are any figures going to be released this month? I thought the Harley Quinn BTAS figure was coming out.
Not much news.Still no Harley figure.
Has there been any news on BTAS figures at NYCC?
Weirdly, it seems like the Penguin figure is now available according to this youtube review:
From what I can see it's available on Amazon (from other sellers) and Toywiz.com.
Woof, definitely for those with deep pockets... but it looks like a great rendition of her.DC COMICS DESIGNER SERIES: HARLEY QUINN BY BRUCE TIMM STATUE
Designed by BRUCE TIMM
Sculpted by JONATHAN MATTHEWS
The sheer wackiness of Harley Quinn, former girlfriend of The Joker and all-around whack-job, is captured in this statue in the style of her co-creator, legendary animator Bruce Timm.
Limited Edition of 5,200
Measures Approximately 12.75" Tall
$130.00 US • On Sale SEPTEMBER 2016
3/29: You are welcome but figuring out the new dates is an arcane science. I'll keep checking until an update surfaces and post.Thanks for your info, Yojimbo. I've been following this thread for awhile. Looks like the releases that were scheduled for March 30 have been delayed. Any idea of when they might end up coming out?
Thursday July 21, 2016 10:00am - 11:00am
Action figures, statues, busts, PVC figures-DC Collectibles has them all and more! Join the DC Collectibles crew, including VP creative services Kevin Kiniry, director creative services Jim Fletcher and a few surprise panelists, to hear how they come up with so many great products, and what's coming up from comics' top makers of awesome collectibles!
-DC Gallery JL Animated Black Canary PVC FigureA Diamond Select Toys release! Hello, nurse! On the TV classic Batman: The Animated Series, Harley Quinn played dress-up almost as often as she wore her now-iconic jumpsuit. And this all-new 12-inch resin statue depicts one of her most memorable clothing swaps - a nurse's disguise! Nurse Harley blows a kiss to her next patient while wearing a short, white mini-dress and standing on a logo disk base. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, this statue comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Clayburn Moore!
7/21: From today's DC Collectibles panel - the TNBA Catwoman and Riddler are on their way, a Batman expressions pack, and the already mentioned Superman and Lois STAS 2 pack.A Diamond Select Toys release! The heroines of the DC Animated Universe are expanding their roster! As seen on Justice League Unlimited, this 9-inch scale PVC figure of the Black Canary depicts Dinah Lance unleashing a sonic scream at her opponent, wearing her classic, comic-inspired leather jacket and tights. Figure is in scale to all Gallery and Femme Fatales PVC figures, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Varner Studios!
10/10: Funko will have Pop Heroes figures based on BTAS characters starting in November - 152: Batman, 153: Robin, 154: Batgirl, 155: Joker, 156: Harley, and 157: Poison Ivy.OTOY is the perfect partner to create new VR content for View-Master,” said Mark Morse, Director Advanced Concepts at Mattel, in a press release. “They’re light-years ahead of the curve when it comes to their rendering capabilities. The Batman experience we previewed at San Diego Comic-Con was just a glimpse into the incredible things to come from this collaboration.”
The partnership with OTOY adds to the newly redesigned View-Master the capability to display ORBX media, a holographic content file and streaming format, which allows for cinematic quality immersion on mobile VR and AR devices.
The technology will be used to bring to life new virtual reality experiences based on fan-favorite episodes ofBatman: The Animated Series.
“The creative energy I put into OTOY goes all the way back to my childhood. Both Batman: The Animated Series and View-Master were fixtures during that part of my life. It’s a dream come true for me to have the chance to bring them together with Mattel and Warner Bros. Consumer Products and participate in the View-Master’s evolution to VR and beyond,” said Jules Urbach, founder and CEO of OTOY.
Kelly Gilmore, Senior Vice President, Global Toys, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, said: “We’re thrilled to partner with Mattel and OTOY on this exciting collaboration with Warner Bros. Animation that will give Batman fans around the world a chance to watch the stories and adventures of their favorite Super Hero in this all-new format.”
Batman: The Animated Series producer/director Bruce Timm and writer/producer Paul Dini collaborated with OTOY’s artists and engineers on the VR project. The original voice cast of Kevin Conroy (Batman), Mark Hamill (The Joker) Loren Lester (Robin) and Tara Strong (Batgirl) also reprised their roles, with the guidance of Batman: The Animated Series voice director Andrea Romano.
Sam Register, President, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Digital Series, said: “We are extremely excited for our fans to be able to experience Batman: The Animated Series in a new and immersive way, through the innovation provided by OTOY, on Mattel’s View-Master platform.”
“OTOY’s OctaneRender and ORBX technology brings hyper-photorealistic VR experiences to mass consumer devices,” said Urbach. Artists using OTOY software have the tools to conjure the spectacular immersive worlds and easily share them with the world on platforms like The View-Master VR. We are extremely excited to make holographic storytelling, a thing of the present, not the future, in partnership with Mattel./
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