Infinity Studio has recently revealed a life-size Bruce Lee statue that will make Madame Tussauds’ Bruce Lee statue look like amateur’s work. Granted, the Infinity Studio Bruce Lee Life-size Silicone Bust is, well, just a bust i.e. only the upper body of the legendary person.
I honestly do not know the demographics of our reader base, but I am pretty sure most folks hitting up our pages aren’t of the age to know about 1961’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s, starring Audrey Hepburn.
Fans of Evangelion will want to check out this new EVA-02 The Beast statue by Infinity Studio. It is depiction of the Evangelion Unit-02 that went on “Beast Mode” (kind of like a berserk, but the pilot is in control) in the Rebuild series – specifically, Evangelion: 2.0 and Evangelion: 3.0.
Super fans of DC live action flick Aquaman and Jason Momoa (or maybe just Jason Momoa) will want to check out this new life-size bust from Shanghai-based statue maker, Infinity Studio. Truth be told, any DC fan can have any DC collectibles they fancy, but only select few (read: hardcore fans) will bare to part […]
How to distinguish between casual collectors and serious collectors? A casual collector will probably not pay top dollars for a collectibles while a serious collector of, say, Ultraman, will not hesitate to drop US$609 equivalent for an Ultraman C-Type Painted Resin Statue by G3 you see here.
Remember how we said that super fans of Evangelion ought to be in Japan to enjoy all the Evangelion experience? Well, here’s another example of the EVA experience. This is time, it’s over at Toei Kyoto Studio Park, aka Toei Uzumasa Eigamura, an Edo period-themed theme park located in Kyoto.
Japanese director, writer, sculptor and illustrator Ken-ichi Tanaka of Tanaka Studio has revealed two exciting Godzilla busts. The two busts are based on two vastly different era of Godzilla. One from the original 1954 movie and the other from last year’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters movie.
Just when we are thought the MTime Godzilla: King of the Monsters is massive, in comes the King Ghidorah statue from Thailand-based Spiral Studio. At 35 inches (88.9 centimeters) toe-to-wing and an impressive 54.1 inches wing-to-wing, this big guy demands some serious shelf space.
Here’s an exciting, but possibly super frustrating news for fans of Godzilla. There’s a new oversized Godzilla statue in the market by Chinese company MTime. The MTime Godzilla: King of the Monsters statue towers at a majestic 62 centimeters (a little over 24 inches) tall and boasts light dorsal fin and eyes.
Usually, when you looked at movie licensed products, be it toys or whatever, they are not cheap. Just look at the Marvel Legends 1:1 replicas from Hasbro. They don’t come cheap do they? No, they don’t. That’s precise why I am drawn to these Back to the Future statues from Factory Entertainment.