“Put down your weapons and equipment and this may be your lucky day. Or your worst.”
Sideshow presents the Batman: Detective Comics #1006 Fine Art Print by artist Dan Quintana.
Like the bat-signal in the sky, Batman stands as a beacon of hope in the darkest night. Artist Dan Quintana offers a unique take on Bruce Wayne’s signature look as spectral threads of white surround the Caped Crusader, making him a ghost in the shadows. Muted blues and purples color the composition, giving fans a supernatural perspective on Gotham City’s greatest detective.
Originally created as a variant cover for Batman: Detective Comics #1006 (2016), written by Peter J. Tomasi for DC Comics, this dreamy illustration of the Dark Knight is now available in a fine art collectible format. Each Batman: Detective Comics #1006 Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature and an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 400 pieces.
Defend your collection from the darkness and bring home the Batman: Detective Comics #1006 Fine Art Print by Dan Quintana today.
- Officially licensed by DC Comics
- Limited edition of 400
- 18 x 24” fine art giclée print, approx 22 x 28.5” with frame
- 100% cotton, acid-free, certified archival matte Museo Rag 300GSM
- Epson archival inks
- An authorized, automated penciled signature
- Embossed seal of authenticity
- *Print is wrapped and hand-rolled in acid free paper, inserted in a protective plastic sleeve, and shipped in a 4” diameter tube*
About the Artist:
A Los Angeles native, Dan Quintana began experimenting with oil painting in high school before shifting his focus to street art. He was then creating numerous murals, many of which can still be seen around his home city. In his early twenties, Quintana started to accept commercial commissions for numerous music labels and tee-shirt designs, which in return offered an opportunity to become a full-time artist. Since then, Dan has been featured in various publications, including LA Weekly, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose and more. He was also an artist for West Coast Customs on the MTV show Pimp my Ride and TLC’s Street Customs.