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This weekend, Warner Bros. will finally bring DC Comics’ Wonder Woman to the big screen for her first feature-length solo film. To celebrate this momentous occasion, my friends at Sideshow Collectibles are giving readers a shot at winning their Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure. This incredible piece retails for $449.99, and is limited to just 6,000 pieces. Click here to enter, but hurry – this ends at 12:00pm PDT on June 8, 2017!

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About the Statue: Joining her powerful allies of the Justice League, Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the magnificent Wonder Woman Premium Format™ Figure. 

Handcrafted with austere beauty and fierce determination, Princess Diana of Themyscira dons her iconic costume of stars and stripes, sworn to protect the world and uphold her mantle as Wonder Woman. Granted divine superhuman powers and superior combat skills, the warrior princess is ready to gracefully accept any challenge, armed with her golden Lasso of Truth, indestructible bracelets, and tiara. The Wonder Woman collectible figure carries a long spear across her shoulders, and her iconic shield grasped firmly at her side – but above all, she carries the Amazons’ message of peace and justice. 

Fans of the mythic DC Comics superheroine are sure to find the Wonder Woman Statue an essential addition to their collection!

Click here to enter!

Contest Terms

Limit one entry per person. All winners agree to pay shipping on any prizes granted by Sideshow Collectibles during any contest or giveaway. International winners (including EU regions) will be responsible for VAT, duties or import fees on the shipment of their prize that may be assessed by their governments. Due to customs requirements, the prize will be assigned a value of at least $1.00. Full Terms & Conditions.

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