Batman: The Animated Series Statue Released By Sideshow Collectibles

Article by Carl Bryan

Sideshow Collectibles  is excited to present the first DC collectible in the Animated Series Collection, the Batman Statue.

Inspired by Batman’s iconic animated appearances, this collectible captures the dynamic motion and action-packed energy of the Caped Crusader in a beloved art style.  The Batman Statue measures 16” tall, depicting the Dark Knight taking a running leap off of a Gotham rooftop base as bats take wing into the night.
The resin Batman Statue features a sculpted costume, stylized to capture the movement and striking silhouette of the World’s Greatest Detective.  His grey bodysuit has the animated bat-symbol on the chest along with black gloves and boots, a black sculpted cape, and a yellow utility belt.  Batman’s portrait features a pointed cowl with white eyes and a determined expression as the hero prepares to leap from the rooftops to protect his city from crime.
The Exclusive Edition of the Batman Statue includes an alternate right hand holding a stylized grapple gun, the perfect piece of tech for traversing the urban Gotham setting.

Animate your DC collectibles display and order the Batman: The Animated Series Statue today!

The Dark Knight

Based on Frank Miller’s iconic Dark Knight comic series

What’s in the Box?

Brand                DC Comics

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 16″ (406.4 mm) | Width: 14″ (355.6 mm) | Depth: 16″ (406.4 mm) | Weight: 15.00 lbs (6.8 kg) *
Box Size
Height: 13.00″ (330.2 mm) | Width: 21.00″ (533.4 mm) | Depth: 26.00″ (660.4 mm) | *
Dimensional Weight
31.00 lbs (14.06 kg) [Intl. 43.00 lbs (19.5 kg)] *

* Size and weight are approximate values. Learn more


For the Batman: The Animated Series fans, this is truly collectible piece that would compliment your book collection as well as a stand alone piece to admire for years to come!

Related posts

Sideshow Collectibles Announces New Batman & Catwoman Fine Art Print

Review: Justice League vs. Godzilla vs. Kong #5

Review: Catwoman #62