DC Comics: Dark Nights Metal – Premium Batman on Throne 1:4 Statue


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DC Comics: Dark Nights Metal – Premium Batman on Throne 1:4 Statue

About the Character
The events of Dark Knights follow an invasion of Earth 0 by a monstrous foe from the Dark Multiverse, The Batman Who Laughs. A twisted version of the Batman who was created by the Bat-God, Barbatos. The Batman Who Laughs and his Dark Knights have taken over the homes of the Justice League. In a final attempt to gain the upper hand, the League unites and makes one final attempt to destroy The Batman Who Laughs and his followers.

About the Throne
A throne represents power, whether it be occupied by a righteous leader or a usurper. In this case, The Bat is sat upon his Throne, shrouded by Death himself. This statue is designed after the limited variant cover of Dark Knights METAL #1 by Tim Bradstreet and created with similar intentions to the story it re-enacts. Nothing is what it seems. Are we to trust the Justice League, or the Dark Knights? If Batman is to take the Throne, what is the price?

About the Statue
What makes this piece special is that it is a recreation of Dark Knights #1 variant cover. It includes a tremendous amount of detail and a few easter eggs relating to the series. Batman is sat facing forward. A sword is resting on his right leg, he is holding its hilt with his right hand. His left hand is grabbing the air, as if he wants to enact revenge. Two panthers lay on both sides of the Bat, with spears behind them. The Bat is shrouded by an ominous figure, one who looks tempted to take something away from the Batman.

Inspired by Scott Snyder’s Dark Knights Metal Cover, the Batman on Throne 1:4 scale statue by Queen Studios shows the Caped Crusader like you’ve never seen before!

This Premium Edition includes two head sculpts and the Angel of Death standing behind.

– Batman on Throne statue by Queen Studios
– Licensed by DC Comics and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
– Polystone resin
– Size: 50cm (L), 70cm (W), 92cm (H)
– Limited to 500 editions