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BATGIRL - THE CHIMERAS' FALL

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69 € 

Author Luis Royo

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42 x 60  cm
16.54 x 23.62  inch

LIMITED EDITIONS FOR COLLECTORS 

Limited edition, numbered and signed by the author.

Consisting in the only 90 copies from a print run from 1/90 to 90/90.

Made on 340 gms/m2 watercolor paper, with a size of 42 x 60 cm. ( 16.54 x 23.62 in. )

With certificate of authenticity.

 

In collaboration with Yamato USA and DC. Luis Royo has been exceptionally submerged on the Superheroes’ World to bring us a collection of images under his own personal view. He has been strictly maintained, with fully respect, all the personalities and he has been provided them with this elegance and serenity which makes unique his work, leaving away the typical view of “action above everything”. All these projects have been finally come as a resin or pvc figures. Some of them are still on the process of sculpture and production, while others have already arrived at the market with a great response.

With this success, the orders for bringing more DC Superheroes has been increased and we have got the option of delight us with these works. Laberinto Gris offer you this different world of the author´s work, where you can see the meticulous work made and the different views that makes it possible the carry out of the figure in volume for the sculptor.

 

Batgirl operates in Gotham City, allying herself with Batman and the original Robin, Dick Grayson, along with other masked vigilantes. The character appeared regularly in Detective Comics, Batman Family, and several other books produced by DC until 1988. That year, Barbara Gordon appeared in Barbara Kesel's Batgirl Special #1, in which she retires from crime-fighting. She subsequently appeared in Alan Moore's graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke where, in her civilian identity, she is shot by the Joker and left paraplegic. Although she is reimagined as the computer expert and information broker Oracle by editor Kim Yale and writer John Ostrander the following year, her paralysis sparked debate about the portrayal of women in comics, particularly violence depicted toward female characters.

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