A few official photos have been released for the new Marvel Comics – Captain Marvel ARTFX+ Statue coming from Kotobukiya. The 1/10 scale statue is part of their new Avengers Statue line, which already includes Sam Wilson Captain America, Black Panther, Vision, Scarlet Witch, and Thanos. The statue is based on an illustration by artist Adi Granov. Look for further details soon. You can see the new photos by clicking the headline of the story.
Kotobukiya has released their first batch of official photos for an upcoming Marvel Comics – Thanos ARTFX+ Statue. The statue made its debut back at New York Comic-Con 2018, along with a few other upcoming Marvel releases. Thanos, which should be a 1/10 scale statue, is depicted with the full Infinity Gauntlet, standing atop a themed statue base.
Koto states that pre-order will start “soon”. We will update when they release more details. Click the headline of the story for all of the new images.
Kotobukiya Japan has posted the product page for their upcoming Marvel Comics – Venom 1/6 Scale ARTFX Series Statue. The statue stands over 16.5″ tall, and features Venom swinging from a building top. It’s cast in a mix of PVC and ABS plastics. The Venom Statue is due for release in May 2019, and will be priced at 26,800 Yen (about $240 USD). Pre-orders should begin going live in Japan today, with US stores following soon. See the new photos after the jump.
Kotobukiya has opened up Japanese pre-orders for their new Marvel Comics – Weapon X 1/6 Scale Fine Art Statue. U.S. The statue stands over 13″ tall, and features Logan as Weapon X standing atop a snow covered cliff statue base. Interchangeable head sculpts are included. One features the full Weapon X helmet, the other showcases a screaming unmasked head sculpt. U.S. pre-orders are beginning to go live as well. The statue has an MSRP of $319 US, but pre-order prices will be lower (BBTS currently has it for $299.99). The statue is scheduled for release between June and July of 2019. Check out official info below and see some new images after the jump.
Sculpted by Erick Sosa, this finely crafted statue depicts a grieving Wolverine who has escaped from the research facility where he was subjected to Experiment X, a brutal experiment that involved bonding the mutant’s skeleton with admantium and erasing his memories. The statue recreates the scene where the fugitive mutant is running down a snowy mountain road after his escape, which is considered to a crucial point in the character’s storyline.
The diorama base is modeled after the harsh winter environment in the remote area of Alberta, Canada where Department K is located. Although the motif of the statue differs from the statues of the -Danger Room Sessions- series, Weapon X still looks great displayed alongside the other X-Men Fine Art Statues.
More Kotobukiya catch up. Last week, they announced two new Street Fighter Bishoujo 1/7 Scale Statues. They released the concept illustration for the Karin Statue by Shunya Yamashita. They also shared a silhouette of the art for a new Sakura Statue. Look for further details on these in the coming months. We’ll update when we have more news to share on them.
Playing a bit of catch up here with some upcoming Kotobukiya items. Over the past week, they have announced and revealed a few new DC Comics statues. These include the following:
- Catwoman Bishoujo Statue
- Batman Ikemen Statue
- The Joker Ikemen Statue
The statues are all 1/7 scale statues, with Batman standing roughly 9″ tall (as a gauge for how tall they will be). These are all just initial announcements and preview images. Further details and photos will be revealed at a later date. You can see the images after the jump.
Pre-orders are now live for the new Marvel Comics – Vision ARTFX+ Statue, which we got our first official look at last week. The new 1/10 scale statue by Kotobukiya is part of their new Avengers Statue line, which already includes Sam Wilson Captain America, Black Panther and Scarlet Witch. Vision will stand over 7″ tall atop a rock style base. Vision is priced at $79.99 with a release set for May 2019. You can pre-order directly from Koto Us.
Kotobukiya’s Marvel Comics ARTFX+ series has brought you a range of characters from the Avengers to the X-Men, Defenders, and more, with stunning detail in 1/10 scale. Now the spotlight returns to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes with a new series of Avengers characters based on designs by Marvel superstar artist Adi Granov.
An artificially created being known as a Synthezoid, Vision is a core member of the Avengers who appears in Marvel comics as well as the cinematic universe. This unique rendition of Vision was designed by Adi Granov and brought to life by Kotobukiya’s craftsmen.
Vision’s unique vertical posing portrays him in flight, making the statue a perfect match for the previously released Scarlet Witch statue in the same series.
At 1/10 scale, this statue is easy to display alongside the other affordable and highly collectible ARTFX+ statues, and the dynamic posing and diorama bases of the Adi Granov line make for an especially impressive display. Collect all of the Avengers as they prepare to take down Thanos!
A few official preview photos have been released for the upcoming Marvel Comics – Weapon X Fine Art Statue coming from Kotobukiya. The 1/6 scale statue features Logan standing atop an ice cliff themed base. The statue will include two interchangeable portraits; One with the helmet on, and one without. Pre-orders are not yet live for the statue, and pricing and the release date have not yet been revealed. We’ll update with additional info as it becomes available. You can see the new photos by clicking the headline of the story.
A few official photos have been released for the new Marvel comics – Vision ARTFX+ Statue coming from Kotobukiya. The 1/10 scale statue is part of their new Avengers Statue line, which already includes Sam Wilson Captain America, Black Panther and Scarlet Witch. Look for further details soon. You can see the new photos by clicking the headline of the story.
Here’s a round up of everything else we shot at the Kotobukiya display from New York Comic-Con 2018. In this gallery, you can find their new statues from Fantastic Beasts, Horror, and Video Games.