NECA Introduces Life-Sized Wonder Woman Statue for Ultimate Fans

Wonder Woman Statue

The latest film released in the DCEU (DC Extended Universe), Wonder Woman, has quickly grown to be considered one the best comic book-inspired movies to date. Wonder Woman has been a staple in the world of comics for over 75 years, and her popularity has increased significantly ever since her on-screen appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. With increased popularity comes incredible collector pieces. Such is the case with NECA‘s latest addition – a Wonder Woman statue that stands over six feet tall.

The life-sized Wonder Woman statue is expected to be released some time this October. The statue is made of latex and foam rubber, which will make it very light-weight as well as allow for realistic textures on her skin and armor. This version of Wonder Woman is that of the DCEU’s Gal Gadot, and the details in the piece are so life-like, that friends and family are sure to believe the actress is standing in your living room upon first glance. Creepy? Maybe, but whatever floats your boat.

No official price or release date has been provided by NECA as of yet. It would be safe to assume that she will sell for well over $1,000. DFTG will update when more information is released. You can read the details of the statue as released by NECA below:

This impressive life-size foam figure from the Wonder Woman movie will stand guard in any room, from home to office to retail environments!

Based on Gal Gadot’s portrayal of the unconquerable warrior in the new movie, Wonder Woman stands slightly over 6’ 1” tall. The figure is made of foam rubber and latex that’s carefully hand-painted for realistic detail, and features synthetic hair.

Ships in one box with stand included. Very simple assembly required; assembly and care instructions included.

What do you think of NECA’s life-sized Wonder Woman statue? Are you the ultimate fan that has to have this in your collection? What life-sized statue would you purchase if money wasn’t an issue? Sound off in the comments section below. And be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for around the clock coverage of the hottest news in gaming and entertainment.

Jon McAnally376 Posts

Hailing from the armpit of California, this most radical of nerds loves video games, comics, and collectibles (not dolls). Prepare to feast your eyes on the magical wonder that is his editorials.


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