Valkyrie (Bombshell)
If you’re a comics enthusiast, you have probably seen the famous cover of Airboy by Dave Stevens that features Valkyrie. (Go ahead. Google it. I’ll wait.) During the Golden Age of comics, Valkyrie was to Airboy what Catwoman is to Batman. Valkyrie started out as a Nazi villain, but switched (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Dini Sketch) Colorized
What do you do when you find a DC Collectibles “Black and White” statue on Amazon for a ridiculously low clearance price? You buy it and paint it, of course! This one is based on Paul Dini’s infamous sketch of Harley as he wrote the character for the first time. (read more...)
Joker ’89
Much like Catwoman, it’s a crime no company has manufactured a proper Jack Nicholson Joker in 6″ or 7″ scale. Until that day arrives, I will fill that gap with temporary measures. This came about because of the burgeoning trade on eBay in shrunken Hot Toys head sculpts. I found (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Unmasked)
I was one of those that was excited to hear McFarlane had won the license to make DC action figures. His Fortnite offerings proved he could make excellent and fun figures that featured a wide range of articulation. Todd may still love his statues, but the market had changed and (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Easter Bunny)
Frank Cho is an amazing artist that brings a sense of whimsy and wonder to his art. I have been a fan for many years. Lately he has been tasked with designing alternate Harley Quinn comic book covers. Each one is a gem that tells a little story. My efforts (read more...)
Catwoman ’92
The fact that an official Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman figure (6″ or 7″) does not yet exist is a crime. Every Toy Fair and SDCC I keep hoping that Warner Bros. will come to its senses and license out the movie characters to NECA, Mezco, or DC Direct and allow proper (read more...)
Catwoman (Bombshell 2)
It’s no secret that I love Ant Lucia’s art, and I especially love his DC Bombshells designs. But I always thought it was a little weird that of the officially sanctioned outfits, Poison Ivy ran around in her unmentionables but nobody else did. (The comic book seems to agree with (read more...)
Harley Quinn (Bombshell 2)
It’s no secret that I love Ant Lucia’s art, and I especially love his DC Bombshells designs. But I always thought it was a little weird that of the officially sanctioned outfits, Poison Ivy ran around in her unmentionables but nobody else did. (The comic book seems to agree with (read more...)
Harley Quinn (She-Devil)
This custom was 100% inspired by the art of renowned comic book cover artist Joe Quinones. (He’s done some amazing work for DC, Marvel, and others.) His original piece is an homage to and a parody of the Shanna the She-Devil #1 (1972.) This Harley exists very much in the (read more...)
Bettie Page (Astronaut)
Bettie Page as a retro-sci-fi astronaut seemed like a natural fit. As a custom goes, she was a fairly easy build. The body is Space Harley from the designer series. I filled in and sanded down the etched diamonds, and added some swivel articulation to the upper arms. The head (read more...)