Numskull’s subsequent Future statue is of a personality whose voice most Guardians know nicely; Lord Shaxx, he of “they cannot kill you in the event that they’re lifeless, Guardian!” fame and grasp of the Crucible.
An official Future product, this Shaxx statue has been designed along with Bungie and options “hand-painted options for additional element”. He stands 11.7” (29.7cm) tall and is the sixth Future statue within the collection after The Stranger, The Drifter, Eris Morn, Cayde-6, and Savathûn, the Witch Queen.
“Charismatic Crucible Handler and former Warlord, Lord Shaxx instructions an viewers with ease,” explains creator Numskull. “Along with his booming presence, unwavering conviction, and repute as a ferocious warrior, it is no surprise he is beloved amongst Future followers. We’re proud to pay tribute to his brazen character with this epic statue!
“This high-quality collectible 12” statue options notable particulars followers will adore similar to Lord Shaxx’s iconic helmet, signature armour color scheme, finely detailed fur pauldrons, and assured stance. For any Guardian, this statue is a must have!”
The Lord Shaxx statue is predicted to ship in October 2022, however he might be pre-ordered now for £100 throughout quite a lot of on-line retailers.
In case you’re feeling actually flush, this beautiful £250 duplicate of Savathûn – with a 60cm wingspan! – remains to be accessible to pre-order, too.
Video games merchandiser Numskull additionally just lately unveiled a brand new vary of Silent Hill collectables, kicking off with the Bubble Head Nurse.
Styled on the variant present in Silent Hill 2 slightly than Homecoming or the films, the 9-inch tall “super-exclusive” statue is formally sanctioned by Konami and comes “with all of the ending touches that followers would count on to see”.
For me, although, essentially the most thrilling a part of this announcement is the silhouette on the finish of the teaser that implies a figurine celebrating Silent Hill 3’s Heather Morris – for which there’s hardly any merch – is up subsequent (no, “Morris” is not a typo/mistake – that different surname is a spoiler and due to this fact not used on any official advertising and marketing supplies).