Sideshow Releases DC Batman Premium Format Statue

Sideshow Collectibles has released their DC Batman Premium Format statue.

The statue is massive in size, standing at an impressive 21 inches tall. The handcrafted detailing and paint are feat too. On top of that, it features interchangeable hands. Batman can be displayed with or without Batarangs. Furthermore, the cape is pose-able, so fans can move Batman’s cloak into various shapes.

This impressive piece of art will set you back a mere $600 USD. You can order the item here. Check out the gallery and the official description below.

Official Description

Criminals of Gotham, beware! Sideshow is proud to present the Batman Premium Format Figure.
Batman measures 21” tall, perched atop an Arkham cemetery base. Fans familiar with the shaded history of Gotham’s famed asylum may recognize the marks of madness carved into the gravestones beneath Batman’s boots.
The Batman Premium Format Figure stands ready to bring justice to his city, wearing an updated version of his iconic costume. The poly-resin figure has a sculpted black and grey tactical bodysuit featuring a gold utility belt. Batman’s chest, gauntlets, and boots textured with elements of battle-damage.
The Caped Crusader’s portrait is detailed with a grim expression, framed by his iconic cowl with white eyes. The Batman Premium Format Figure also has a tailored fabric cape with internal wiring to allow custom cape poses when displaying the piece.
The Exclusive edition of the Batman Premium Format Figure includes alternate left and right hands clutching Batarangs. Use the Dark Knight’s arsenal to defend Gotham with this added display option.
Shine the signal and bring home the Batman Premium Format Figure to your DC collection today!
Eric Lee

Eric Lee

Eric Lee hails from San Francisco, California and has been one of the biggest fans of Batman since he was 2 years old when his dad showed him Tim Burton's 'Batman' on a fuzzy VHS. Currently, Eric is an avid comic book reader and writer and illustrator working on his own graphic novel. You can see his doodles at meeleeart.com.