Last week, Kotobukiya revealed the first Alfred Pennyworth ArtFX+ statue for the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con. Not to leave Marvel out in the could, the company today unveiled the Deadpool “Chimichanga” SDCC Limited Edition ArtFX+ statue.

Created in 1991 by Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld, Deadpool has never looked back and continues to appear in more and more books with his unique style and nonstop witty repartee, not to mention his trademark costume and extensive armory! Wilson makes a stunning debut in the ARTFX+ series as he crouches in preparation for the attack, drawing one of his swords from the sheaths on his back. This time Deadpool wears his iconic red and black costume with its abundance of straps, pouches, extra ammunition, spare weapons, pointy hood with his mask peeled back just enough to eat a chimichanga and display his scarred features, and of course his cute Deadpool logo belt buckle. In his low crouch the assassin leans forward with his other hand extended in front of him, and you can choose between interchangeable left hands that hold either a chimichanga or Headpool!

Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, the same master craftsman behind the Marvel Now Avengers series, X-Force member Deadpool stands 6 inches tall (1/10th scale) in his deep crouch with perfect stability on his included magnetic display base.

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The good news is, if you are not attending the San Diego Comic-Con this year, you can pre-order this statue beginning on Friday June 19 at 10:00 PM PST at the Kotobukiya site.

via Kotobukiya

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2 Comments

  1. Malone_hasco on

    Kotobukiya has really impressed me with ArtFX+ line. Excellent quality for the price, out of dozen or so figures from their Star Wars and DC lines, not a single slip in paint or even slightest miscast in parts. They easily compete with more expensive manufacturers. Only thing that might matter to some people is that They are pvc, not cold cast porcelain.

    • I’ve had that same thought before, but because it sits on the shelf and guests usually don’t touch it, they don’t know what it is made of and think it is something more expensive than it is. I have an Iron Man that sat on my desk for years and everyone thought it was metal and cold cast parts.

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