New 52 Deathstroke Bust From DC Collectibles

by Jay Cochran
July 02, 2014
DC Comics recently announced that Deathstroke will be returning for a new solo comic book series by writer/artist Tony S. Daniel and co-artist Sandu Florea. Along with the series DC Collectibles will be releasing a new bust of the character in his New 52 Jim Lee designed costume.

The 6" tall figure features a custom base, and is made of resin. Itís the first bust of Deathstroke in his DC Comics Ė New 52 costume, designed by Jim Lee, sculpted by Joe Menna and painted by Jason Wires. Price is TBD, but youíll be able to pick this literal bad boy up in January, 2015.

Source: MTV
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