Paying homage to these classic DC characters, the Thomas Kinkade Studios is proud to present Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman: The Trinity I, ready for battle.This painting is now available in multiple sizes. Contact the gallery for details: 317-873-3288. or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Points in the painting:
• Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman: The Trinity I is the first collaboration between DC Comics and The Thomas
• This Limited Edition Artwork showcases tributes to important people in the lives of Super Heroes, including building signs dedicated to Jor-El and Lara Lor-Van – Superman’s parents on Krypton, Thomas Wayne – father of Bruce Wayne, Commissioner Gordon – Batman’s chief ally, and Alfred Pennyworth and Julia Pennyworth – Batman’s faithful butler and his daughter.
• In the work, Jimmy Olsen and Lois Lane are seen observing from the right side of the street, while the Daily Planet headquarters looms in the background.
• Also, look for Super-Villains who abound in this artwork. Can you find the hidden references to The Penguin and The Joker, along with a cameo appearance by Two-Face and the homage to Gotham City?
• The Hotel Alexander is named after Superman’s nemesis – Alexander “Lex” Luthor. The villain is also referred to on the political campaign sign that adorns the water tower in the background.
• The Trinity Theater marque pays tribute to the legendary alliance between Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.
• Themyscira’s is a nod to the island home of Wonder Woman – who was known to her Amazonian people as Princess Diana of Themyscira, and in her secret identity as Diana Prince.
• The phone number on the “Join the Justice League” billboard refers to the comic book in which the Justice League first appeared – The Brave and the Bold #28.
• The 3B on the street car is a hidden reference to Clark Kent’s apartment number, while the words “Man of Steel” are discreetly positioned behind Superman’s flowing cape.
• Thomas Kinkade – the founder of our Studio – was a life-long DC Comics’ fan – and “Kinkade’s Café” is a nod to his intense love for comic books and the artistic legacy we continue in his memory.