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Sideshow Collectibles Presents: WONDER WOMAN


If you’re not familiar with Sideshow Collectibles, you’re really missing out. Established in 1994, Sideshow Collectibles is responsible for some of the most amazing collectibles to have hit the market in the last 20 years. Their mission, in a nutshell, is to connect people with their “favorite characters and icons from the worlds of film, television, comic books and popular culture”.

One of the more recent products they’ve produced, along with Tweeterhead,  is this Lynda Carter inspired Wonder Woman maquette. How can you NOT be humming that oh-so-familiar 70’s television theme while gazing upon this amazing statue?

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“Inspired by her appearance in The New Adventures of Wonder Woman television series, this statue features a stunning likeness of Lynda Carter, known for her iconic portrayal of Wonder Woman. Hand-painted and created in cold-cast porcelain, the Wonder Woman maquette includes her costume with star decals, bracelets, and wire lasso.”


Expected to Ship: July 2017 – Sep 2017
*Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

Product Size: 13.5″ H (342.9mm)

Check out the Sideshow Collectibles website at for more information and to pre-order. They are also on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


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