DC Cover Girls Platinum has a heart of... platinum?

5:00 PM on 02.12.2013 // Scarecroodle

Which I guess is more valuable than a heart of gold?

Pre-orders have opened for DC Collectibles' DC Cover Girls Platinum statue. This 10.25-inch statue features the character in a mostly solid state, with one leg partly transforming into a liquid.

Comic fans will recognize the name Platinum as being a member of the Metal Men. Platinum is a robot composed primarily of her metallic namesake and, like the rest of her team, possesses the ability to shape-shift and stretch her body. The partially transformed left leg references this rather cool ability although, admittedly, it could make the statue less appealing to non-fans.

DC Collectibles did a great job with Platinum. Her face-sculpt is simply stunning and the overall statue is almost equally wonderful. My only possible criticism is that the base looks a little odd in relation to the statue.

DC Collectibles' DC Cover Girls Platinum has a list price of US$100 and is slated for a July release.

[ Pre-order at Big Bad Toy Store ]

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