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Batgirl of Burnside makes a mad dash in artist's sculpture

Fans will have to wait until September 2015 to get their hands on the Batgirl Black and White Statue, based on the character's redesign by Cameron Stewart and Babs Tarr, but artist Jesse Farrell has already sculpted his own take on Burnside's protector.

Created for the sixth annual "Dark Knight on a Dark Night" Batman art show at Hub Comics in Somerville, Massachusetts, the sculpt was inspired by Barbara Gordon's first appearance, on the cover of 1967's Detective Comics #359. However, Farrell's version is decidedly modern, with the updated costume, smartphone and spilling cup of Gotham Coffee.

See a couple of photos below, and more on Farrell's website.

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(via Super Punch)

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