Queens Studios, the maker of some of the most realistic pop culture collectibles such as the Alita 1:1 statue that impressed James Cameron too, has recently thrown a series of events for its US and Asia’s largest pop culture collectors. In these events, Queens Studios showed off limited edition hyper-real collectibles, including life-size busts of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange, and Captain America‘s life-size bust based on Chris Evan’s likeness.
Unlike regular statues, hyper-real statues feature platinum silicone that recreates the skin-like look and feel that is soft to the touch. In the case of Doctor Strange, in addition to hand-punched hair and glass eyes, it further boasts clothes are expertly tailored. These hyper-real collectibles captured the likeness of the characters and actors from Marvel and DC blockbuster movies.
Speaking of DC, the studio also brought along the Arthur Fleck 1/3 statue from Todd Phillips’ Academy Award-winning movie, Joker. The statue depicts Joker (played by Joaquin Phoenix) as he dances on the white and green tiled bathroom floor as seen in the movie.
Also showcased in this event is Queens Studios’ line of 1/6 scale poseable action figures, INART, featuring popular big-screen characters including Heath Ledger’s Joker, Robert Pattison’s The Batman, and Sir Ian McKellen’s Gandalf from Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings. The studio also revealed that it is working on a limited-edition Michael Jackson life-size bust and a Terminator T-800 bust with the likeness of Arnold Schwarzenegger, slated to be released in 2023.
During these events, Queens Studios also made an important announcement that will brighten the days of collectors in the U.S. It has announced that more of these collectibles will be available for pre-order in the U.S., with plans on making them more accessible for collectors residing in the U.S.A. For folks residing in the U.S., you may find Queens Studios’ products on Sideshow as well as on Queens Studios’ official store.
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