Wonder Woman New 52 DC Comics Tonner 16-Inch Doll

Wonder Woman New 52 DC Comics Tonner Doll

With Wonder Woman finally getting ready to make her big-screen debut, now’s a perfect time to grab the Wonder Woman New 52 DC Comics Tonner 16-Inch Doll for your WW collection.

Standing an impressive 16 inches tall, this Wonder Woman figure features a vinyl and hard plastic body, raven rooted saran hair, a face that includes hand-painted details, and two pairs of hands (regular and fists). Her costume, based on her ‘New 52’ design, includes a red faux leather bodice with silver trim, navy blue lycra panty hose with silver faux leather stars, faux leather gauntlets, faux leather armband and choker, faux leather headband, gold lasso, nude pantyhose, and navy blue boots.

About Tonner Dolls

TONNER® Fashion Dolls and Character Figures™ are the most beloved and sought after collectible products on the market today. Each and every product is designed by renowned artist and designer Robert Tonner and his team of skilled artisans, using their award-winning talents to bring the highest quality and most detailed licensed and non-licensed collectible figures and fashion dolls to both doll lovers and collectors alike.

The Wonder Woman New 52 DC Comics Tonner 16-Inch Doll, limited to just 300 pieces, will be available May 2014 but it can be pre-ordered now for $219 at Entertainment Earth.

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

One Response to “Wonder Woman New 52 DC Comics Tonner 16-Inch Doll”

  1. The doll is nice, but it is not the real Wonder Woman, dc really messed up. WW is a icon and should be given better respect. W W came to America to aid in world war 2 dressed in the American colors. Superman Batman both kept their back stories. So how come W W had to change. Not right.

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