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Luis Royo


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Author Luis Royo

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70 x 100  cm
27.56 x 39.37  inch


Watercolor, acrylic with airbrush and oil on paper.

Format of 70 x 100 cm. (27.55 x 39.37 in.)

Year of realization: 2016.

Signed in the bottom right of the piece.

Final illustration of Zatanna, the DC superhero.

In collaboration with Yamato USA and DC. Exceptionally Luis Royo has been 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 sensuality 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.


"Tatsu Yamashiro was an average Japanese girl, save for her proficiency in the martial arts, a trait encouraged by her parents. Two brothers—Maseo and Takeo Yamashiro—both proclaimed their love for her. While she liked both, she chose Maseo as her husband. Takeo "did not take this well" and refused to attend the couple's wedding. Maseo disowned his brother, who had joined the Yakuza and taken their mark of a large dragon tattoo across his chest. Tatsu and Maseo, mourning the deaths of Tatsu's parents, started a family of their own. Tatsu gave birth to twins, Yuki and Reiko. Meanwhile, Takeo rose through the Yakuza's ranks and indulged his "exotic tastes" for ancient weapons. He was presented with a pair of matching swords by General Karnz (later henchman to Baron Bedlam), one of whichTakeo favored for its mystical properties.

Takeo spent days preparing himself, before taking both swords to the Yamashiro residence, demanding his brother duel for the "prize" of Tatsu. During the course of the struggle, a fire was started, and—while Maseo was distracted by his children—Takeo killed his brother with the sword which would become known as "Soultaker". Tatsu arose just in time to see her husband die and engaged Takeo, gaining the upper hand and disarming him. Attempting to save her children, she heard her husband's voice coming from the sword, telling her they were already lost. Escaping with her life, Tatsu began training as a samurai under a master called Tadashi. After much time she graduated from his tutorship and left for America where she intended to use her talents to fight for justice. She took the codename Katana after the sword that she wielded, possessed for some time by the soul of her husband".


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