Sideshow Collectibles Announces ‘Batman: Scars’ Fine Art Lithograph

Sideshow Collectibles has added this stunning Batman: Scars Fine Art Lithograph, by artist Alex Ross.

The legendary artist spoke briefly about this piece in Mythology: The DC Comics Art of Alex Ross, saying: na na na na na 

I was inspired by a Joe Staton drawing, from a story about a future version of Batman marrying Catwoman. At one point in the story there was a scene when he was out of costume and she saw his back and gasped at all the scars. Until this piece, they remained unseen. na na na na na 

Created in 1996 as a pin-up illustration for Batman Black and White, this realistic piece pays homage to The Brave and The Bold #197. Batman’s empty cowl watches over Bruce Wayne, checking the marks and scars littering his bare back like a demonic guardian. Each mark earned in battle against his foes, a mark of failure and fuel for his drive to get better. The rough, imperfect darkness surrounding the man and his persona only makes this moment feel more personal.

Limited edition, with only 195 pieces being made, each print is hand-signed by Alex Ross, with hand-torn decked edges, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Pre-order today at Sideshow Collectibles to avoid missing out on adding this stunning Batman: Scars Fine Art Lithograph to your art collection. He will look amazing no matter where the piece is hung, but especially beside other Dark Knights. na na na na na 

Batman: Scars – Print Details:

  • Officially licensed by DC Comics na na na na na 
  • Limited edition of 195 na na na na na 
  • 17.5 x 23.5″ certified archival fine art lithograph print
  • Archival giclée on heavyweight textured paper with hand-torn deckled edges na na na na na 
  • Hand-signed by the artist, Alex Ross na na na na na 
  • Certificate of Authenticity na na na na na 
  • Print is wrapped and hand-rolled in acid-free paper, inserted in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a 4” diameter tube na na na na na 

Source: Sideshow Collectibles

Images Courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles na na na na na 


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