New Batman & Superman: World’s Finest Fine Art Print From Sideshow Collectibles

Sideshow Collectibles have recently added this stunning Batman & Superman: World’s Finest Fine Art Print, by Joshua Middleton, to their art collection.

Illuminated by golden light, Batman and Superman look out at the viewer, serious and ready for their next challenge.

Beneath the Symbol of Hope, Metropolis is bathed in sunlight, not a cloud in sight as the Daily Planet’s golden globe shines bright.

Separated by Lady Justice, Gotham is the opposite to its daytime counterpart as lights cut through the dark, cloudy night, calling for the Dark Knights help once more. The heroes may be a literal day and night of each other, but the justice they stand by is matched.

Originally made as a variant cover for 2022’s Batman/Superman World’s Finest #7, written by Mark Waid, you can now add this art to your own collection. Available as both an unframed giclée print or in a custom framed presentation, every piece is one of only 300.

Each comes with an embossed Sideshow Seal of Authenticity, so don’t miss your chance to add Batman & Superman: World’s Finest Fine Art Print to your own collection and pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles today. Na na na na na 

Print Details:

  • Officially licensed by DC Comics
  • Limited edition of 300
  • 16 x 24” fine art giclée print, image dimensions 15 x 23”
  • Heavyweight 100% cotton, acid-free, certified archival Fine Art Paper
  • Epson archival inks
  • Embossed seal of authenticity
  • Print is wrapped and hand-rolled in acid free paper, inserted in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a 4” diameter tube

Additional Details

Purchase Limits

Limit of 1 per person.

Product Size

Height: 24″ (61 cm)

Width: 16″ (41 cm)

Box Size

Height: 5.00″ (13 cm)

Width: 5.00″ (13 cm)

Depth: 22.00″ (56 cm)

Shipping Weight

2.00 lbs (0.9 kg)

Source: Sideshow Collectibles

Images and Press Release Courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles

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