Art, Prints & Statues
This utterly badass rendition of Batman in his classic comic book colors from DC Collectibles comes as a Think Geek/GameStop exclusive. Sculpted by David Pereira, this Batman is ready to fling a Batarang at some evil-doer, so you’d best stay out of his way.
Discipline. Mystery. Smarts. And a the ears of a bat. You don’t get to be Gotham’s greatest hero without all of these things. And all of them are really helpful even if you don’t live in Gotham (although we’d say the bat ears are optional most places). Time to strike an intimidating pose and vanquish evil!.
Whether you’re a minor rogue like Maxie Zeus, Professor Pyg, and The Cluemaster, or a major threat like The Joker, Two-Face or Penguin, this depiction of the Dark Knight Detective is posed to fight Gotham City’s criminal element by any means necessary.
A brilliant scientist – his best friend – the woman he loves – and her fiery-tempered kid brother!
Together, they braved the unknown terrors of outer space, and were changed by cosmic rays into something more than merely human! MR. FANTASTIC! THE THING! THE INVISIBLE WOMAN! THE HUMAN TORCH!
Now they are THE FANTASTIC FOUR – and the world will never be the same again!
From the cover of “The World’s Greatest Comic Magazine” comes the iconic cover corner box rprinted at 36″ tall x 12″ wide with archival UltraChrome giclée inks on canvas stretched over 100% North American Pine wood stretcher bars.
A must have! Excelsior!
From artist Doug P’Gosh comes this tribute to a few of the classic Looney Toons monsters of the 50’s and 60’s: “Count Blood Count” from the 1963 short “Transylvania 6-5000”, “Witch Hazel” from the 1954 short “Bewitched Bunny”, “Mr. Hyde” from the 1954 short “Hyde and Hare”.
Gallery quality satin finish 12″ x 18″ print on heavy weight, acid free, archival paper. Each print hand signed by the artist.
What image pops into your head when you hear the word, Fantasia? A legion of brooms carrying buckets of water up a never-ending stairwell? Perhaps a grizzled old wizard by the name of Yen Sid? Or perhaps it’s Mickey Mouse, wearing that adorable red robe and blue sorcerer’s hat? It’s no surprise that Mickey’s short The Sorcerer’s Apprentice has become one of the most iconic cartoons of all time. Now, you can have a piece of the classic Disney movie with this collectible Mickey Mouse figure.
This Fantasia Sorcerer figure stands 6” and is made of die-cast metal. He has vibrant colors, including his red rob and blue wizard hat, along with classic Mickey Mouse details. Add him to your collection today, or get him as a gift for your favorite Disney fan. Just be sure to keep him away from any brooms you might have hanging around your home.
Studio Ghibli comes to life as pop-up note cards! Showcasing classic scenes from the studio’s revered film My Neighbor Totoro, these cards add a pop of whimsy to any correspondence—a joyful note to send and receive for Totoro and animation fans of every age.
Inspired by the character design from Batman the Animated Series, Batman’s infamous nemesis Joker is joining Kotobukiya’s ArtFX+ line! Joker’s regal posing is befitting of the Clown Prince of Crime, as he stands confidently in his signature hat, grasping the muzzle of the machine gun at his side. Joker comes with three interchangeable face parts depicting his characteristic grin, a sinister plotting expression, and a ticked-off expression. This Statue is made of PVC/ABS and measures roughly 6 1/2-inches tall and is made of pure evil!
Bettie Page, the Queen of Pin-Up, gets her own retro inspired exotic girlie revue print. The iconic fetish model first gained popularity in the Fifties only to see a resurgence in the Eighties that continues to this day. This black and white print with pink accents arrives with a gallery quality satin finish 12″ x 18″ print on heavy weight, acid free, archival paper.
Enter the enchanting world of legendary director Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro. Including 30 different hand-drawn final frames from the film, this collection of postcards (to keep or send) celebrates the beautiful art and story of Totoro. A true delight for Studio Ghibli and animation fans!
From award winning illustrator Rich Pellegrino comes his depiction of the heroes of Star Wars.
His unique work includes a commissioned painting for Wes Anderson’s film The Grand Budapest Hotel, Eric Clapton’s Guitar Festival 2010, Planet Rock Magazine, Blue Moon Brewing Co., Marvel, Warner Bros., Lucasfilm, UpperDeck, RISD XYZ, and Picture Window Books.
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