XM Studios Shows Off Gorgeous Samurai Catwoman Statue

XM Studios has made pre-orders available for the latest figure out of their Samurai Batman line: Catwoman.

The 1/4 scale figure comes as part of XM's made-to-order mechanics, and the limited-run figure will only be available for purchase until January 17. Catwoman is available worldwide and can be purchased through the XM Studios website.

XM Studios is excited to present our next DC Premium Collectibles series statue, Catwoman! The sassy master thief is immortalized in amazingly detailed 1:4 scale cold-cast porcelain. Each painstakingly handcrafted statue is individually hand-painted with the highest possible quality finish. This unique line is a result of creative collaboration between Warner Brothers and XM Studios to showcase the Batman universe in exotic settings as you’ve never seen. XM Studios presents Catwoman. Inspired by the ninja or shinobi, master of stealth, agility, infiltration and espionage. Their covert method fits well with her need to steal precious items and secrets. Catwoman is dressed in black kimono collar, Obi belt, her signature cat'o nine tail whip and leather pants. Every professional cat burglar needs a gateway vehicle and her choice is a mean superbike, decked in her trademark purple colour.
XM previously released a Samurai-inspired Batman figure, limited to 999 pieces worldwide.

The luxury art collectibles producers, whose franchise properties include Marvel, DC Comics, and Star Wars, have released now-sold out figures of iconic pop culture characters like Luke Skywalker, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Captain America, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, and Optimus Prime of Transformers.

Catwoman will make her DC Extended Universe debut in Gotham City Sirens, under Suicide Squad director David Ayer. The Batman-slash-Suicide Squad spinoff centers around Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and two of Gotham City's most well-known femme fatales, Catwoman and Poison Ivy.

Baby Driver star Eiza Gonzalez is possibly being eyed to play the iconic cat burglar, while actresses like Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road) and Jessica Chastain (X-Men: Dark Phoenix) have tossed their hat in the ring for Poison Ivy.

Ayer recently confirmed Sirens is still in development for an unannounced release date.