For comic and graphic novel enthusiasts to movie and tv series lovers, action figures and statues were always something everyone just had to have. Most notable within the action figures universe are those of DC Comics figures of Batman from those old classic movies and detective comics era. Since then DC Comics universe grew exponentially and with it, it’s gamma of toys, figures, statues, and collectibles.
Below we are going to list our selection of top 10 DC Comics figures and statues. Full disclosure, 101Comics might receive a commission from Warner Bros if you decide to follow the links below.
This classic Justice League Speedster is the work of no other than Chris Uminga. The Flash vinyl, limited edition figurine is something all Flash fans should have on their collection. Longer hands, bigger eyes and a playful yet weirdly creepy expression is what makes Chris Uminga art so special and unique.
To win you need to adapt, and to adapt, you need to be able to laugh away all the restraints. Everything holding you back. You see… a Batman who laughs… is a Batman who always wins.
Straight from the comic panels of Dark Nights: Metal comes this statue of The Batman Who Laughs. Sculped by Jonathan Matthews and designed by Greg Capullo this black and white statue measures approximately 7" high and is a limited edition of 5.000 pieces.
Wonder Woman slides into action in this PVC statue that looks like a scene straight from the Justice League movie. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella this statue stands 7" tall and as usual in an excellent resemblance as the actual movie character.
DC Bombshells Batman & Catwoman Deluxe Statue is a magnificent 11" tall statue sculpted by Jack Mathews inspired by the designs of Ant Lucia. A usual playfulness from Catwoman who goes in for the kiss just to get the Batmobile keys.
Do I look like Batman to you? Rethink your answer before I fill you up with lead.
The Red Hood vigilante from Batman: Arkham Knight game is sculpted by Majid Esmaeli and measures approximately 10.5 inches tall. Red Hood aka Jason Peter Todd, is holding his two handguns and is ready for action!
Sculpted by James Marsano this statue measures approximately 12" tall. This Dawn Of Justice Armored Batman Statue is stepping on the Batman V Superman logo, which to be honest we found a very powerful little detail.
This Oliver Queen aka Arrow statue from season 5 of the tv series is an ultra-realistic representation of Stephen Amell the protagonist of the series. Holding his bow ready to grab and shoot an arrow. A must-have for all Arrow fans.
With Shazam! DC movie coming soon this statue is going to be smashing the sales. Shazam is capturing a lighting a split second before it hits the ground with his godly powers. Sculpted by Joe Menna based on a design by Shawn Knapp this statue stands approximately 11" tall.
“Take a good look Bruce. What do you see? You've never fought someone with all your training. Your discipline. See it yet? I'm not him in a batsuit. I'm you. You. How you are supposed to be without the codes. Without the rules. Except one. BATMAN. ALWAYS. WINS”
This "Jokerrized" version of Batman from the Dark Multiverse, The Batman Who Laughs, is probably our favorite DC Statue of all time. The details are exquisite, dreadful and creepy. The leather jacket, the chains, the veins in his hands and the blood on his smile and face together with his evil minions this is by far one of the most gruesome DC Statues.
Measures approximately 33" H x 18.74" W x 18.7" D this statue is not a statue you've seen before.
Standing about 5-inches tall this is one of our favorite figures. Knowing Superman's and Batman's troubled relationship this makes it a lot funnier. Batman frowning having to ride with Superman who doesn't seem to take his carry-on passenger frown under consideration.