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Tuesday, November 18, 2003

UPCOMING DC DIRECT PRODUCTS

Following are upcoming DC Direct products, with information provided by DC Comics:

THE ATOM STATUE

Sculpted by Tony Cipriano.

Using matter from a white dwarf star, scientist Ray Palmer created a belt that would shrink its wearer to microscopic size, allowing him to become the pint-sized crimefighter known as the Atom. Now the Batman holds fellow JLA member the Atom in the palm of his hand in this limited edition, hand-painted cold-cast porcelain statue. This statue measures approximately 9" tall x 10 7/8" wide x 6 3/8" deep and is packaged in a 4-color box.

$195, in stores on June 9.

THE FLASH MINI-BUST

Sculpted by Karen Palinko

The Flash (Barry Allen) continues the line of DC Mini-Busts. By tapping into the mysterious Speed Force, The Flash uses his incredible speed to defend Keystone City and, as a member of the JLA, all of Earth from harm! This hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain mini-bust measures approximately 5" high and is packaged in a 4-color box.

$45, in stores on June 2.

DC COMICS POCKET SUPER HEROES BATMAN BOX SET

DC Direct continues its line of Pocket Super Heroes Box Sets. The DC Comics Pocket Super Heroes Batman Box Set includes six figures: Batman, Bruce Wayne, Robin, Alfred, Catwoman and Two Face. The figures each measure approximately 3.25" tall, and are packaged together in a 4-color window box with a Batman JLA chair accessory to complete the JLA table set.

Price TBA, in stores on June 9.

FIRST APPEARANCE: BATMAN ACTION FIGURE

Adopting a ghastly, bat-like costume designed to inspire fear in the hearts of the "weak, cowardly" criminal element of Gotham City, Bruce Wayne burst onto the comics scene as Batman in 1939's Detective Comics #27. The First Appearance: Batman Action Figure measures approximately 6 1/2" tall and features multiple points of articulation. It includes a base and a mini reproduction of the comic in which the character first appeared, and is packaged in a 4-color deluxe blister.

Price TBA, in stores on June 30.

FIRST APPEARANCE: THE FLASH ACTION FIGURE

Speedster Jay Garrick -- the original Flash -- first donned his legendary winged helmet to combat wrongdoers in 1940's Flash Comics #1. The First Appearance: The Flash Action Figure measures approximately 6 1/2" tall and features multiple points of articulation. It includes a base and a mini reproduction of the comic in which the character first appeared, and is packaged in a 4-color deluxe blister.

Price TBA, in stores on June 30.

FIRST APPEARANCE: SHAZAM! ACTION FIGURE

Since his debut in 1940's Whiz Comics #2, young Billy Batson needs only to utter a single word -- "Shazam!" -- and he's transformed into the super-powerful Captain Marvel. The First Appearance: Shazam! Action Figure measures approximately 6 1/2" tall and features multiple points of articulation. It includes a base and a mini reproduction of the comic in which the character first appeared, and is packaged in a 4-color deluxe blister.

Price TBA, in stores on June 30.

FIRST APPEARANCE: WONDER WOMAN ACTION FIGURE

Emerging from her native land of Themyscira to battle evil in 1941's All Star Comics #8, the Amazon princess Wonder Woman has become one of comics' best-recognized icons. The First Appearance: Wonder Woman Action Figure measures approximately 6 3/8" tall and features multiple points of articulation. It includes a base and a mini reproduction of the comic in which the character first appeared, and is packaged in a 4-color deluxe blister.

Price TBA, in stores on June 30.

THE KILLING JOKE POSTER

Art by Brian Bolland.

The classic pairing of legendary writer Alan Moore and acclaimed illustrator Brian Bolland produced Batman: The Killing Joke, quite possibly the greatest Joker story ever told. Now DC Direct brings the striking cover image as a full-color, 24" x 36" illustrated poster, the latest in the line of posters by Brian Bolland.

$7.95, in stores on June 9.

SUPERMAN & BATMAN POSTER

Art by Ed McGuinness.

The Man of Steel and The Dark Knight -- two of DC's greatest heroes -- join forces in this full-color, 24" x 36" poster featuring the art of Ed McGuinness, previously seen as the cover to the sold-out Superman/Batman Secret Files.

$7.95, in stores on June 9.

TEEN TITANS: ROBIN MAQUETTE

Sculpted by Karen Palinko.

Based on the series Teen Titans on Cartoon Network. He ain't just a sidekick anymore -- now he's the leader of the coolest super-group around: the Teen Titans. Relying on his wits, martial arts skill, and a fully loaded utility belt, Robin crusades for justice with the help of his powerful pals. This limited edition, hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain maquette measures approximately 7 1/2" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 4 1/2" deep and is packaged in a 4-color box.

$89.95, in stores on June 16.

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