1987’s reimagining of the Wonder Woman mythos reaffirms her Amazonian heritage with a heightened degree of Greek mythology, portrayed to great effect in George Perez’s spectacular cover art.
A limited edition of 200 individually numbered pieces worldwide.
COLLECTABLE– With just 200 made worldwide making this true collector’s piece.
DESIGNER– Interpreted in 3D by illustrator Alan Quah and sculptor Ghim Ong, a superbly modelled Diana of Themyscira stands in victory, proudly holding her Champion’s bracelets aloft, against a backdrop of the original cover art.
IDEAL FOR GIFTING – For the true collector, from the original Dc comics issue #1 comes the first and best female superhero. Stunningly created in mesmerising pewter.
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Richly gilded in 24K gold, illustrator Alan Quah and sculptor Ghim Ong’s 3D visualisation of Wonder Woman stands proud displaying her hard-won Champion’s bracelets. A black and white facsimile of the original cover art lends the sculpture a retro feel.
A take on George Perez’s iconic cover, 1987’s Wonder Woman Volume 2 #1 is a retelling of Diana of Themyscira’s story, accentuating her Amazonian heritage with a healthy dose of Greek mythology.
Alan Quah is a respected illustrator in the international comics and collectibles communities. Ghim’s strong interest in 3D sculpting has led to his working on Marvel, DC and Disney properties.
Size H22cm x 21.5cm x 17cm