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This is the Gotham City Garage Wonder Woman statue, which will retail for about $350.

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This Wonder Woman statue is from the DC Comics Icons series and retails for $100.

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Steve Trevor and Wonder Woman, modeled on the actors in the upcoming "Wonder Woman" movie.

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Here, Wonder Woman gets the Barbie treatment with the Barbie Amazon Princess Wonder Woman doll, which will retail for $80 and features the character in a costume inspired by her look in "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."

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This amazingly detailed Wonder Woman statue will be available next summer.

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Did we mention the amazing detail already?

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Whichever look you prefer for your Wonder Woman needs, there's a good chance you're covered.

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Don't forget the sword and shield!

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Diana looks like she means business with the Wonder Woman: The Art of War Statue by Bruce Timm.

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Here's the Wonder Woman tiara and bracelet set.

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Get your "Suicide Squad" fix with these Joker and Harley Quinn statues, modeled on the looks of Jared Leto and Margot Robbie. Each of the statues costs $155.

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Fellow Squad members Boomerang, Katana and Killer Croc are also available, each for the same price.

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Don't forget Deadshot, played in the upcoming movie by Will Smith.

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That is one sweet-looking Batwing. Where does he get those wonderful toys?

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Robin looks pretty happy in this set based on "Batman: The Animated Series." Batman looks, well, he's Batman.

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The DC Bombshells line reimagines some of its characters with a retro '40s look. The Harley Quinn action figure can be yours for about $30 when it comes out next year.

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It also comes with interchangeable hands and a giant mallet.

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The DC Bombshells Wonder Woman figure also retails for $30 and has accessories galore.

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The DC Bombshells Poison Ivy action figure comes with interchangeable hands and plant-themed accessories.

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The DC Bombshells Batwoman figure comes with interchangeable hands, a ball, glove and a bat.

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There are also some DC Bombshells busts in case you don't need full bodies to decorate.

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Here are the DC Bombshells Wonder Woman and Katana statues.

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Here's a closer look at that Wonder Woman statue.

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It's Wonder Woman's 75th anniversary this year, so there are Wonder Woman collectibles aplenty for you to enjoy.

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The Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statue is based on designs by Jim Lee. It'll be $90 when it comes out next year.

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The DC Collectibles DC Film Series adds General Zod from "Man of Steel" to its ranks.

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A figure of Superman from "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is also in this series.

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The Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Wonder Woman statue by James Marsano is slated for release in September.

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This DC Films series Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Armored Batman deluxe action figure will set you back $50 when it comes out in September.

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Play nice, kids!

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Aquaman, Batman, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Flash represent just some of the DC Comics Icons action figures.

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Batgirl and her bike are also in the series.

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