DC Collectibles - DC Comics Bombshells: From Concept to Collectible

The pinup-styled statues that make up our DC Comics Bombshells line are some of the most popular collectibles we've ever produced. But where did the idea first come from? And how did it become such a successful line? In this exclusive video timeline, we look at the Bombshells line as it journeys from concept to collectible, wrapping up with your first look at our newest Bombshell statue: Batwoman!

Look for DC Comics Bombshells and other great DC Collectibles online and at comic and specialty stores worldwide.

Arrow Season 3: Comic-to-Screen

Just in time for Arrow's spectacular return tonight, The CW's highlighting some of this season's key players with some cool comic-to-screen images. Ra's al Ghul, Arsenal, Black Canary, the Atom... This season's storyline draws from quite a few corners of the DC Comics Universe, and man, do the actors look the part. What do you think?

While it's uncertain if we'll be seeing Ray Palmer suited up as the Atom on Arrow this season, you can get your first glimpse of Katie Cassidy's Black Canary in action in tonight's all new episode, "Left Behind."

DC Collectibles - Wonder Woman: The Art of War Statue by Robert Valley

With their invisible muscle car, roller skating Giganta and wave riding Wonder Woman, the animated Wonder Woman shorts created by Robert Valley stand as one of the most original interpretations of the iconic hero ever set to film. Now, this stylish take is brought to life by DC Collectibles as the latest statue in the Wonder Woman: The Art of War line. Look for it in comic book and specialty stores in Fall, 2015!

Click here for a closer look at the statue!

To see the shorts that inspired this new collectible: http://www.dccomics.com/videos/dc-nation-wonder-woman-part-1-full

DC Collectibles: From the DC Collectibles Vault

Whether we’re talking action figures, statues, busts or any of the other unique items we’ve released, we produce a lot of cool stuff here at DC Collectibles. But there are always ideas that never really come to fruition. Often they’re never more than just that—an idea in our heads. But sometimes they go beyond the idea stage. Sometimes we’ll commission sketches or designs, and occasionally a full-on sculpt and paint.

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