A Frank Cho Inspired Statue For Your Shelf

Hitting comic shops tomorrow is the Women of Dynamite: Jungle Girl statue based on the art of Frank Cho. The piece, sculpted by Jason Smith, features Jana standing on the skull of a triceratops. The statue stands 12" tall and is hand-numbered.

I look at this statue and I think of how could it would be to have it standing inside an iguana cage. Now I'm not recommending it as I have no idea if an iguana could damage a cold-cast porcelain statue… but it would definitely add to the diorama.

Below we have images of the statue from just about every angel except directly overhead looking down.

Women of Dynamite: Jungle Girl Statue

Rating: Teen +
Art: Jason Smith (sculptor), Frank Cho (basis for artwork)
Jana the Jungle Girl, the powerful beauty created by Frank Cho (Savage Wolverine, Mighty Avengers, Liberty Meadows), leaves her exotic island behind to take her place as one of the brand-new Women of Dynamite statues! Based on the masterful comic creator's art and sculpted by the ever-talented Jason Smith, the blonde warrior stands atop the skeletal remains of a triceratops — just one of the many prehistoric beasts she must slay to survive! Hand-painted on cold-cast porcelain, the Jungle Girl statue stands approximately 12" in height with a 6" base, with each individually numbered as part of a Limited Edition run. The Women of Dynamite: Jungle Girl statue comes packaged in a four-color box with a hand-numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The jungle has never been hotter, thanks to this captivating statue!

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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.
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