New Dejah Thoris Statue Based On The Art Of J. Scott Campbell

The second of Dynamite's New York Comic Con announcements today focuses on the Warlord of Mars art work by J. Scott Campbell. The piece is being used to inspire a new Women of Dynamite statue: the Dejah Thoris Diroama Statue. Dejah Thoris, the science-fiction heroine who debuted in Edgar Rice Burroughs's 1912 serial A Princess of Mars, has long been a cornerstone of the Dynamite Entertainment brand, both as a featured character in the Warlord of Mars series and solo character in a self-titled series of comics.

Sculpted by Steve Kiwis of Rvckvs International, the Women of Dynamite: Dejah Thoris Diorama Statue is inspired by Campbell's cover to the 2010 Warlord of Mars #1 comic book. Measuring approximately 8.75" in height, with a base measuring 9" by 6.5", this cold-cast resin statue comes with gold-colored micro-link metal chain details. This piece ships in a full-color display box with a Certificate of Authenticity, individually numbered as part of a limited edition run.

J. Scott Campbell rose to stardom in the 1990s with Wildstorm's Gen 13 and Danger Girl, co-created with Andy Hartnell. With a penchant for drawing dynamic action poses and vivacious ladies, Campbell quickly became one of the industry's most sought-after cover artists.

The Women of Dynamite: Dejah Thoris Diorama Statue, inspired by J. Scott Campbell, will be solicited in the November 2017 Previews catalog corresponding with a sale date in January 2018.

Dejah Thoris

About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.