If you’ve been following all things Atomic Robo, you’ve known that there have been hints and fuzzy photos that indicated an Atomic Robo statue was on the way.  Now it’s official, as Brian Wegener sent word that the units are shipping right now!

These are pretty small statues, standing just under 5-inches high.  Only 250 are being made, and since I just bought two of them, there are now at most 248 remaining.

Tech specs, and a picture gallery, after the jump!

  • Stands 4.75 inches tall.
  • Made of high quality resin.
  • Removable gun and base, figure able to stand without base.
  • Limited collector’s edition, only 250 made!
  • Can not wait to get ours here at the Major Spoilers HQ, but at $30 a pop, it might be too much for some fans to follow – to which I say, those people are not fans.

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    1. September 24, 2009 at 9:32 am — Reply

      247 left now!

    2. September 24, 2009 at 5:41 pm — Reply

      30 bucks?!? That’s it? That’s a steal for that piece of awesome! Who could complain about that?

    3. benty
      September 24, 2009 at 9:18 pm — Reply

      AAaaahh! Too bad I’m trying to save money otherwise there’d be 246 left. You guys need to only show us stuff that I’m not tempted to buy!

    4. October 6, 2009 at 3:18 pm — Reply


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