Skelton Crew studios, the great people behind the Locke & Key replicas has announced the latest BPRD Artifact Archive Collection piece will be non other than Tom Ferrell’s “Lucky” Bone.

Make it your lucky day.

Tom Ferrell’s “Lucky” Bone is torn from the pages of Mike Mignola’s iconic “Hellboy,” published by Dark Horse Entertainment. This officially licensed replica measures approx. 3.75-inches long.

Cast in heat-cured resin, artfully aged and strung on a round leather cord, it’s carefully packed in an Artifact Archive inner and outer box. Each piece includes a hand numbered tag, one of only 100, each signed by Skelton Crew Studio’s art director and studio chief Israel Skelton.

Each bone is hand-finished by Kurt Guilbeau.

Not guaranteed bring actual luck. That’s what rabbit’s feet are for.

This first round is super limited to only 100 pieces, and Skelton Crew let me know that there are currently less than 80 left, so if you want one, you better order now! The SRP is $34.00.

via Skelton Crew

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