Bronze

The color bronze is used to depict a whole generation of comics from 1970 to 1983, but is also used in art and monument. We offer several bronze statues (both plated and true) that capture several important characters in comics and pop-culture history.

 

 

Toy Story marked Pixar’s first film, and to honor the 20th anniversary and achievement the D23 Expo went all out with a 14 inch Limited Edition Buzz Lightyear and Woody Bronze Figure. Only 60 of these figures were ever produced and it is designed by Ron Cohee. This poly-resin figure actually features a bronze colored finished BUZZ LIGHTYEAR holding WOODY'S hand as they take off. Figure includes batteries, lights up at the end of the wings, and has 20th Anniversary mark on the bottom of the figure.

Created by Brian Puldio and Steve Hughes, Lady Death first appeared in Evil Ernie #1 in December 1991. Over twenty one years later, she had survived several company transitions as she herself transitioned from villain to hero. She is memorialized in this limited edition Lady Death fine art bronze statue produced by CS Moore Studio in 2013. Statue depicts Lady Death herself holding a sword atop a rich green polished marble base. Made from the original cold-cast porcelain sculpture by Clayburn Moore, each piece is produced in the traditional lost wax method and hand-finished with painstaking attention to detail and includes sophisticated patinas and only 30 were cast.

The Yellow Kid is credited as the first newspaper comic strip, so who more deserving of a bronze statue as commemoration to Richard F. Outcault’s contribution to the comics world.  Yellow Kid Bronze Edition statue by Randy Bowen is a true bronze statue produced in 1995 in commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of The Yellow Kid.  This bronze statue was created by noted character sculptor Randy Bowen for Gemstone Publishing. With a limited edition of only 100 units, The Yellow Kid Bronze Edition is one of the rarest Bowen sculptures on the market. It comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by Bowen, and a matching-numbered signed lithograph of an original Yellow Kid painting produced by Bowen to accompany each statue. The statue itself is signed by Bowen in gold ink on the reverse side of the base. As an added bonus, The Yellow Kid Bronze Edition has a "secret compartment" in the faux-marble base containing a gold Yellow Kid ring also sculpted by Bowen.  Each individual component of this rare collectible (statue, certificate, lithograph, ring, and box) is like-numbered to enable verification that all pieces belong together.

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