PCS Collectibles is starting a line of statues that depict the Autobots and the Decepticons as they appeared in the original The Transformers cartoon. First in line is Optimus Prime. The 10.5″ tall polystone statue comes with swappable rifle and energy axe parts.
“The rain on my chest is a baptism – I’m born again.” Premium collectible maker Prime 1 Studio used its Batman: Arkham City license to make a bust of Frank Miller’s Batman from The Dark Knight Returns. The bust is 10.5″ tall and comes with two swappable heads.
PCS Collectibles’ latest Street Fighter statue. The Sagat statue is 36.5″ tall and has three variants. The standard has no extra parts; the Emperor of Muay Thai has an extra head and torso. The Victory EX looks more like a traditional kickboxer and also has extra parts.
“Don’t you see the danger, John, inherent in what you’re doing here?” Chronicle Collectibles‘ officially-licensed statue is a 1:5 scale model of Rexy, the female T-Rex from Jurassic Park. It measures 8′ x 4′ x 4′ and weighs 150lb. Instead of meat, it eats money. $4500 to be exact.
PCS Collectibles follows up its Akuma statue with ones of Dhalsim, the flame-spewing pacifist. Sculpted in an amazingly impossible pose, the 24.3″ statue comes in four variants: two based on his classic appearance, and two based on his looks in Street Fighter V.
The Toys Asia’s life-size statue Iron Man’s Mk. 43 armor opens up to reveal, well, sadly not enough space for a man. It still looks amazing though. It takes 46 motors and 28 seconds for the armor to open up. The statue is limited to 50 units and costs… cough… over $370,000.
The most premium variant of PCS Collectibles‘ 17.5″ tall Akuma statue is an exhibit unto itself. The badass Street Fighter comes with 7 light-up heads, 2 torsos with light-up kanji at the back, 3 pairs of hands, 2 pairs of feet and 2 different display bases.
A 17″ tall statue of Dark Souls 3‘s final boss, a fitting farewell to the series’ players. The Soul of Cinder statue is made of polystone and comes with a 1:1 scale ember. Sadly, it’s already sold out, even though it costs $500. Then again, at eBay the goods are never sold out.
To launch the Smithsonian’s new wing, The Nation We Build Together, LEGO Master builder Erik Varszegi designed a 9 foot-tall replica of Lady Liberty, using 25,375 bricks. The 1/32-scale sculpture will be on display at The National Museum of American History through 2017.
“Now witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational battle station!” Rally your evil figures with Kotobukiya’s tenth-scale statue of Star Wars’ villain. Palpatine can be removed from the throne, in case you want your stormtroopers to taste power for once.
In celebration of The Statue of Liberty’s 130th year, EarthCam captured this beautiful 4K time-lapse of the iconic New York monument over the course of 365 days. As she receives countless visitors, and weathers whatever nature dishes out, she always stands tall.
Half-man, half-legend. Rubin Eynon made this stunning 8ft-tall bronze sculpture for the Duchy of Cornwall. Gallos – Cornish for “power” – stands on a cliff near Tintagel Castle, a tourist site popular for its association with the legends of King Arthur and his knights.
Sideshow Collectibles‘ latest masterpiece is a 35lb, 21.5″-tall statue Infinity Gauntlet’s wielder, Thanos the Mad Titan. The Marvel villain dares his foes to come and get him while sitting on an equally imposing and detailed throne, and the Infinity Gems are lit by LEDs.