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McFarlane Toys First Ever Drawing Board Crowdfund Spawn/Batman Comic Cover Statue Coming April 11th

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FIRST LOOK! To celebrate McFarlane Toys 30th Anniversary, McFarlane Toys COLLECTOR'S CLUB returns with an all new crowdfunding platform called DRAWING BOARD. The first ever Drawing Board crowdfund features an incredible resin statue standing over 24 inches tall and is based on the iconic Spawn/Batman comic cover from 1994. Check out this SNEAK PEAK with the statue crowdfund launching APRIL 11th.




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Shown below is a look at the new Crowdfund Spawn/Batman Comic Cover Statue from McFarlane Toys with a suggested retail price of $500.00. The Statue is funded when it hits the goal of $150,000. Starts On Apr 11, 2024 12 PM PDT and Ends on May 6, 2024 9:00 PM PDT.

In honor of the 30th Anniversary of McFarlane Toys comes a new resin statue design by Todd McFarlane from his cover art on the iconic 1994 best-selling Spawn Batman crossover comic written by comic legend Frank Miller.

-Features Spawn and Batman to recreate the Spawn/ Batman one shot comic cover
-1:10 Scale Statue stands approximately 24.5" high
-Numbered Limited Edition
-McFarlane Toys Collector's Club Exclusive
-Officially Licensed by DC Direct

Reward Bonus Items are limited and on a first come, first serve basis. FREE Shipping to the 48 US continental states. International shipping will be added at checkout. The customer will be responsible for any customs, duties or taxes.

Credit cards will not be charged until campaign completion. Estimated production and shipping time is 6 months to receive product. There are no cancellations or returns on Drawing Board items after payment has been completed. If funding goal is not met, McFarlane Toys reserves the right to continue or cancel the project.










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Wow a crowd fund that can sell out. Only 50 spots left for the bottom "tier". Funny how all the tiers cost the same but some are better than others. I'm guessing Mcfarlane already put this in production, hence the October release date. 

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Would love to get one of these, but I'm not sure where I would even put it. 24" high and it appears like it would need 15-16" of space (minimum) from back to front, which is wider than any shelf I have! Bummer. I wonder how many are buying these just to flip 'em. 

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