- Catch her if you can!
- Barbara Gordon goes bishoujo in this Batgirl Ame Comi Statue.
- The first DC Comics bishoujo-inspired statue is back by popular demand!
- Detailed Batgirl sculpture on an exclusive Gotham City gargoyle base.
Catch her if you can! The first DC Comics bishoujo-inspired statue is back by popular demand in a different and beautiful color scheme. Sculpted by Atelier Bamboo, Batgirl in a black costume is constructed of high-quality plastic and stands about 9-inches tall (in 1:7 scale like all of the DC Bishoujo Collection statues) with the exclusive Gotham City gargoyle base. Barbara Gordon in black is the perfect companion to the previously released blue-and-gray version of Batgirl (sold separately). Ages 14 and up.
As with the original bishoujo statue, every element of her classic bodysuit has been recreated, from her tall boots to her Bat-symbol, utility belt, gloves, cape, and cowl. But this time, instead of gray and blue, Batgirl is clothed head to toe in inky black with bright-gold highlights! There's even a dynamic difference in the textures, with the matte finish of the heroine's suit contrasting against her glossy cape and cowl.
The DC Bishoujo Collection combines DC's superheroines and supervillains villains with traditional Japanese stylings.
The classic and best-known Batgirl first appeared in 1967, the alter ego of Gotham City police commissioner's daughter Barbara Gordon.
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