DC Comics Lobo 1/3 Statue – Injustice Gods Among Us – Prime 1 Studios -Toy News
DC Comics Lobo – Exclusive First Look at the Stunning work of DC Comics Lobo 1/3 Statue – Injustice Gods Among Us – by Prime 1 Studios Stands Approx 98CM. Available for Preorder Now .Due Feb 2020.
Prime 1 Studio is proud to present 1/3 scale DC Comics Lobo from Injustice: Gods Among Us. Injustice is an action fighting video game based on the DC Comics universe which Lobo is available as a DLC Character in this game. DC Comics Lobo is the last of his known alien race, the Czarnians. DC Comics Lobo is a violent and destructive man through and through, even to his Czarnian name which means “he who devours your entrails and thoroughly enjoys it.”
He also committed mass genocide against his entire race using a swarm of flying scorpions. Seeing nothing else to do, DC Comics Lobo spent his days as a bounty hunter, killing anyone as long as the price is right. He’s also been one to team up with different people in the DC Universe such as Green Lantern and Superman. DC Comics Lobo stands with Dawg, his follower alien dog, approximately 39 inches tall. Optional Space Dolphins set statue can be purchase separately to complement this product! This is a must-have statue for all DC Comics Lobo fans!
The Polystone statue measures approximately 98 x 70 x 70 cm.
DC Comics Lobo is a fictional character that appears in comic books published by DC Comics. The DC Comics Lobo character was created by Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen, and first appeared in Omega Men #3 (June 1983). Lobo is an alien born on the utopian planet of Czarnia, and works as an interstellar mercenary and bounty hunter.
DC Comics Lobo was first introduced as a hardened villain in the 1980s, but soon fell out of use with writers. He remained in limbo until his revival as an anti-hero biker with his own comic in the early 1990s. Writers attempted to use Lobo as a parody of the 1990s trend towards “grim and gritty” superhero stories, epitomized by such Marvel Comics characters as Cable, Wolverine, and Punisher, but he was instead enthusiastically accepted by fans of the trend. This popularity led to the character having a much higher profile in DC Comics stories from then on, as well as starring roles in various series in the decades since.
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