The Birth of Batman

Art Print by Sideshow Collectibles
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 300

$95

The Birth of Batman

Art Print by Sideshow Collectibles
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 300

$260

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The Birth of Batman

Art Print by Sideshow Collectibles
Exclusive Limited Edition

Limited Edition: 300

$260

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The Birth of Batman

Art Print by Sideshow Collectibles
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Limited Edition: 100

$380

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Sideshow Collectibles The Birth of Batman Art Print

About This Art Print

Yes, father. I shall become a bat.”

Sideshow presents The Birth of Batman Gallery Wrapped Canvas by artist Allen Williams. Professionally finished with a black wood floating frame and archival protective varnish, this luxury DC Comics collectible is a high-end and easy-to-display addition to any Batman collection.

Witness the inception of a legend, stepped from the shadows of pain and grief to become something more. This somber illustration by Allen Williams reveals the haunting silhouette of Gotham’s Caped Crusader looming over the ornate family grave-marker of Thomas and Martha Wayne, the parents of Bruce Wayne. From their dreadful demise rose the Dark Knight himself, Batman. Rendered in monochromatic hues, The Birth of Batman captures all of the tragic glory of this iconic hero, reminding the viewer what devastation transformed Bruce Wayne into the World’s Greatest Detective.

Each The Birth of Batman Gallery Wrapped Canvas features an authorized, automated artist signature and is hand-numbered in archival ink as a part of the limited edition of only 100 pieces. This original composition was inspired by DC Comics, created exclusively for Sideshow’s Art Print program, making this striking collector’s piece a must-have for Batman fans.

Bring home a vision of the Dark Knight unlike anything else- add The Birth of Batman Gallery Wrapped Canvas by Allen Williams to your DC Comics collection today.

Canvas Print details:

  • Officially licensed by DC Comics
  • Limited edition of 100
  • 17 x 24” Canvas Fine Art print, approx 18.5 x 25.5” with frame
  • Breathing Color Lyve Canvas, 19mil 450GSM, Acid Free, No Optical Brighteners (OBA), Certified Archival  
  • Epson archival UltraChrome HDR Pigment inks
  • Finished with certified archival protective varnish
  • An authorized, automated penciled signature
  • 1.25” Wood Floating Frame (Black)
  • Wire hanger: No additional hardware required
 
About the Artist:
 
Allen Williams (b.1965) is an award-winning illustrator, concept designer, and fine artist. From a young age, a pencil and paper were an escape and refuge for Allen. Now nationally and internationally known, for over 25 years Allen has applied his talents to everything from illustrating for gaming companies and book covers, to concept work for major motion pictures and television. His vision for such projects ranges from illustration to concept work and creature and character designs.
 
His personal work has a strong basis in reality but always flows into other worldly aspects. He primarily works in graphite, gouache, and oils. Multilayered images arise in his work in which the fragility and instability of our seemingly certain reality is questioned. His work can be seen online or in galleries across the United States, Europe, and Asia. 

Additional Details & Dimensions

Product Size
Height: 25.5" (647.7 mm) | Width: 18.5" (469.9 mm) | Weight: 8 lbs (3.63 kg) *
Box Size
Height: 3.00" (76.2 mm) | Width: 26.00" (660.4 mm) | Depth: 32.00" (812.8 mm) | *
Weight
8.00 lbs (3.63 kg) *

* Size and weight are approximate values.
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SKU
500740FC
UPC
747720246812

BATMAN and all related characters and elements © & ™ DC Comics. (s20)

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