Recently DC Comics announced that they would create variant covers based on the Bombshell statues line. Here is that announcement as covered by CBR: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=51487
Now, while I like the idea of seeing the DC heroines represented like WW2 Bomber paintings, I'm not interested in buying the Supergirl statue for my collection.
Artist Ant Lucia has revealed a few more of the covers, now available in print form. Here is the article over on IO9: http://io9.com/show-your-love-for-dc-comics-heroines-with-these-dreamy-1560615092/+charliejane
The Supergirl based cover, seen above, is nice. I like the idea of portraying it as a magazine cover with story headlines. Sad that this is one of the few covers with a happy Supergirl ... and she is 'saving the day'.
It is an interesting commentary on DC's commitment to Supergirl that this is her cover but it won't appear on her book. The list of titles that this could be for are Action Comics #32, Justice League United #2, Superman/Wonder Woman #9, Batman/Superman #12, Superman #32. I assume the Stargirl cover will be for JLU. So that means the Supergirl cover will be on a Superman title rather than her own.
Don't you think DC should be promoting her book with her variant cover??
Anyways this cover pulls off the bombshell look better than I thought possible so kudos to Lucia.
I would much rather own a statue of Cliff Chiang's 'Atomic Bombshell' version of Supergirl.
I will say I really like the Wonder Woman and Black Canary covers.