What is best in life? Conan the Barbarian with a giant axe about to slice open a bear statue is what. Thankfully Slideshow Collectibles knows this and made a statue accordingly. Pictures right after the jump.
Pop Culture Shock Collectibles is proud to announce a licensing agreement with Mattel to bring 1:4 scale mixed media statues of characters from the most epic boys action brand of all time, He-Man® and the Masters of the Universe®, to die-hard collectors’ homes this year.
With Dead Space 3 set to arrive in February 2013, Kotobukiya has announce it is releasing a statue based on the main character, Isaac Clarke.
The light-up Ghostbusters statue line continues with the famous Ghostbusters firehouse! Lit from within like someone just shut down the containment grid, this 7-inch mini-statue is the perfect accessory for any Ghostbusters fan’s desk, and has been deemed safe for indoor use by the Evironmental Protection Agency.
Diamond Select Toys has announced that Atom Eve (you know her from Invincible) is getting the Femme Fatales treatment from Diamond Select Toys.
Batman: Arkham City wasn’t just a success as a video game it has also successfully spun off toy and staute lines. Chalk up another tally in the statue category because The Joker is coming to a store near you!
The art of Boris Vallejo is always full of detail, mood, and depending on the subject matter, half naked women. Yamato USA has announced it is taking Vallejo’s 1978 Dragon Maiden work and turning it into a 1/6th scale statue.
Kotobukiya has announced a new Venom statue that is headed our way in 2013.
Pop Culture Shock Collectibles is releasing a statue of the original Reptile costume from Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. For a look at the full piece and the specs take the jump.
With plenty of Batman statues released over the years, Gotham city’s most evil is out to take revenge on the world. Joining the ranks of such greats as The Dark Knight Returns Batman vs. Joker is another classic Batman story come to life in BATMAN THE KILLING JOKE THE JOKER! A 1988 graphic novel by Alan Moore and drawn by Brian Bolland, The Killing Joke is a story about Joker and how he came to be the Clown Prince of Crime. Other than an interesting origin story for him, the book also features one of the most famous scenes in the history of comics: Joker shooting Barbara Gordon (which would in turn lead to her becoming the hero Oracle). Almost as famous as its contents is Joke’s iconic cover image, captured for the first time as an ARTFX Statue!
Statue company Kotobukiya has been rolling out a new statue the last few months representing a character from DC’s New 52. Kotobukiya has already announced Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Superman, and the Flash and now they have added a hero who has found more respect since the relaunch, Aquaman. Check out the pictures after the jump.
Not everyone wants all their statues to depict the leading figures in spandex that are featured in comics every month. Some collectors might just want an original piece simply because it is pleasing to the eye. If you fall into the later, Kaitendoh has a new statue that is just for you.