Today we have an exclusive interview with DC Collectibles’ top brass Jim Fletcher and Kevin Kiniry about the 50th release in DCC’s Batman Black and White statue line. That is significant because today is the release of the Sean Murphy designed, Jonathan Matthews sculpted statue and a major milestone in the landmark statue line that started way back in 2005.
In the interview they drop a few hints on some upcoming designers for the line and possible characters that might make an appearance, so pay close attention.
But that’s not all, because not only do we have this exclusive interview with the DC Collectibles leadership, but we also get to debut the variant cover of the upcoming Batman Black and White comic book from DC Entertainment. This variant cover features the very statue we are taking a closer look at in this feature. Issue #! of the new Batman Black and White comic will hit stands Sept. 4th.
Still not enough for you? Well then how about a sneak peek at the recently announced Bruce Timm designed Harley Quinn Batman Black and White statue:
We still have more… but first you’re going to have to listen to the interview:
The good people at DC Collectibles were kind enough to send over a sample of the new Sean Murphy Batman statue, so now instead of just listening to us talk about it you can see all the detail and power in this brand new piece! Check out the full turnaround in the gallery below:
If you STILL can’t get enough Batman Black and White goodness then here is the link the guys mention in the interview to the new installment of Ask DCC, where they talk more about the history of the Batman Black and White statue line.
Here is a video that DC put together to help with the #50 celebration:
If you need help getting your hands this or any other of the upcoming Batman Black and White statues or the upcoming re-launch of the comic book then click here to find a comic book shop near you!
And finally… I leave you with this…
Thank you to Kevin, Jim and Kelley for the interview!
This sample was provided by DC Collectibles.
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