With Frank Miller's "The Dark Knight Returns" celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, DC Comics has pulled out all the stops. not only is the publisher currently releasing a continuation of the story with "The Dark Knight III: The Master Race," it's also seen a number of high-end collectible companies license out the rights to produce numerous pieces based on the original series by Miller, Klaus Janson and Lynn Varley.
Prime 1 Studio is the latest to unveil its Miller-inspired offering, a 33-inch statue of a battle-worn and bullet-riddled Batman.
The beat-up and beat-down take on the character comes with a pair of heads, one grimacing, the other cut and bleeding. It also features different hands, including one holding a sniper and another pair ready to throw a roped Batarang.
An "Exclusive" take on the statue will also include another head with a more calm face and an extra left hand holding a trio of Batarangs.
1500 versions of the regular version will be available while the Exclusive will be limited to just 800. But don't expect it to come cheap -- the statue will cost about $969 USD.