DC Collectibles Bombshells Supergirl Statue
Are you a fan of Kara Zor-El? Supergirl looks like a pinup girl from the 1940s and 1950s! Statue is sculpted by artist Tim Miller. She sure looks happy! Sculpted by artist Tim Miller, the DC Comics Bombshells Supergirl Statue stands a little over 10 1/2-inches tall, with a look inspired by the pinup girls of the 1940s and 1950s. If you're a Supergirl reader or fan of the Kara Zor-El, you must add this amazing cold-cast porcelain statue to your collection! Ages 15 and up.
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Written by Kevin Smith
|WARNER BROS.||March 27, 1997|
|4000 Warner Boulevard||© 1997|
|Burbank, California 91522||WARNER BROS.|
|All rights reserved.|
An Alien craft floats through the void, approaching a slow-moving ASTEROID.
INT. ALIEN CRAFT
Two humanoid ALIENS dressed in uniforms pilot their craft nearer to the asteroid.
Suddenly, THROUGH the windshield, we see tentacles shoot out of
The tentacles wrap themselves around the craft, and electrical
energy courses between the pair. The "Asteroid" reveals itself to
be the BRAINIAC SKULL SHIP - a tentacled craft that looks like it
sounds. A set of "jaws" protrude and puncture the hull of the
small craft. It glows white hot with power.
INT. SKULL SHIP - OPERATING THEATRE
We see a surgical table, its contents obscured by the shadows,
save for the back of a malformed head. Computer banks and monitors
are everywhere. A small ROBOT works beside the table - implanting
a cable into the back of the malformed head. It throws a switch.
Raw energy blows through the cable, causing the "patient" to
convulse and writhe, screaming.
CLOSEUP - METALLIC SHAFT
as it begins to reconfigure, taking the shape of an arm. We see
the same happen to other parts of his "body" -- hands, legs,
The craft the Skull Ship holds then goes dark, the energy being
sucked from it having run dry.
INT. SKULL SHIP - OPERATING THEATRE
The "patient" stops convulsing, as the cable attached to its head
ceases to glow.
INT. SMALL CRAFT
The frightened Aliens try to re-start their craft.
The DOORS melt. BRAINIAC enters: humanoid in appearance, green-
skinned, black-eyed, red-lipped. Metallic, and bald. A series of
metal relays criss-cross his forehead -- three solid circles,
intersected by straight lines.
The aliens reach for LASER-GATLINGS and FIRE, but they cause no
damage. Brainiac instead grabs the weapons, jamming them into his
body -- consuming the lasers into his form, energizing. He drops
the guns, and his hands morph into tendrils, which plunge into the
chests of the terrified Aliens. He absorbs their life forces,
making them husks -- at which point they explode, covering the
cabin in goo. Brainiac inhales deeply, charged.
The tentacles of the Skull Ship unravel from the wrecked craft.
The Skull Ship powers up and thrusts into the void.
INT. SKULL SHIP BRIDGE
Brainiac watches space part before him on the View Screen. L-Ron
joins him, holding a containment unit.
Brainiac gives L-Ron a withering look.
L-Ron holds up the containment jar, inside which scurries a multi-
legged fist-sized creature.
Then, a BEACON sounds. On the main screen, scrambled letters and
numbers appear, forming the distorted image of Lex Luthor --
commanding, corporate, suave, bald... And ominous.
Brainiac regards the message curiously.
Brainiac turns away, disinterested. Then, the "friendly" greeting
onscreen turns darker.
Brainiac snaps to attention, shocked recognition crossing his
Brainiac's eyes glow with intrigue. L-Ron shrugs and begins
entering coordinates. Lex's message continues onscreen.
INT. TELEVISION STUDIO
A CLOSEUP of a stiff-looking TELE-JOURNALIST fills the screen.
We're in a television studio. While the "Nightline"-like opening
logos play, cameras whirl and reposition. Then:
Seated across from the host, LEX LUTHOR winces at the
introduction. Looking far more congenial than he did in his clip
aboard the Skull Ship, Lex is in public persona.
LOIS sits beside Lex -- beautiful yet poised... even though she
looks thoroughly pissed.
Lois jumps Lex, who tumbles back in his chair. She begins laying
into him, as the Host LEANS INTO the FRAME, addressing the TV
Fade to a commercial -- in an open field, a WOMAN spins a small
boy in her arms:
The chyron at the bottom of the screen reads 'Paid for by the
Committee to Re-Elect Governor Bree', as the visual locks on the
small BOY in her arms.
EXT. HOB'S BAY STREET - DAY
The same small Boy, exits a BISTRO, holding the hand of this
mother, GOVERNOR CAITLIN BREE. They are flanked by SECRET SERVICE
MEN. PAPARAZZI and TELEJOURNALISTS (including Cat Grant) converge
on them, snapping photos.
The Journos laugh. The Governor kisses her son's head and hugs
him, then turns back to the cameras.
Suddenly, across the street, the side of the building EXPLODES,
raining debris on the crowd. The Governor covers her son.
Five crudely-masked THUGS pour from the hole in the building,
opening fire, sending people running.
Then, from the still-smoking blast-hole, DEADSHOT emerges. Clad
completely in silver and red, featureless (save for the glowing
red gun sight covering his right eye).
The Secret Service Men covering the Governor draw their guns.
Deadshot takes aim with his WRIST-REVOLVERS and shoots the pieces
from their hands. The thugs clear a path for their leader.
The Governor looks up to see Deadshot standing over her.
He drops the Governor and grabs the boy by his collar.
Deadshot holds his wrist-revolver to the scared Boy's head. A
crimson laugh echoes out from behind his mask.
EXT. DAILY PLANET BUILDING ROOFTOP - DAY
We still hear Deadshot's laugh, but from someone else's
perspective - a super-hearing perspective. A very familiar pair of
BOOTS steps to the edge of the building, then steps off
disappearing in a flash of red.
EXT. HOB'S BAY STREET - DAY
A SONIC BOOM fills the air. Deadshot looks to THUG #1.
High above, a streak of RED descends at a rapid rate, rocketing
into the pavement, leaving a hole in the ground.