â€œWell, unfortunately for you, youâ€™re not dealing with Superman...Youâ€™re dealing with me!â€
Prime 1 Studio is so proud to finally bring one of the most iconic heroes of the DC Universe into our Museum Masterline Series: the 1:3 Scale MMDC-63: POWER GIRL from DC COMICS!
Power Girl first appeared in 1976 in All Star Comics #58. Karen Starr, Kara Zor-L or Kara Zor-El is none other than Supermanâ€™s Kryptonian cousin! Although sheâ€™s from a different universe, sheâ€™s still markedly different from her much younger, biological equivalent, Supergirl.
The artistic teams at Prime 1 Studio have taken their time to bring out the right balance of strength and beauty for this Power Girl statue. Few and far between, a Power Girl statue deserves the utmost respect and care, to make her as compelling to display on fansâ€™ shelves as any other DC super-hero!
The top-notch team at Prime 1 Studio has been meticulous with their rendering of Karaâ€™s bob haircut, and her beautiful features. Her super suit, which more often than not, would appear as plain, stretchy fabric in unskilled hands, is fully-textured in this amazing rendering. Prime 1 Studioâ€™s Power Girl has unbelievable texture not only to her suit, but also on her cape, gloves, and boots! Power Girlâ€™s paint job was applied as carefully as well. The application had to be perfectly sublime, and subtle: highlighting her attractive features, as much as her powerful muscular physique.
Power Girlâ€™s base is a cool environment in which to display her powers of flight. Here, she floats among the clouds and birds, with her name emblazoned front and center...a super tribute to a super cousin!
Keep your immense DC Universe statue collection growing with the new MMDC-63: Power Girl from DC Comics! Pre-order today!
Clouds and stars-themed environmental base