Heavy Metal Into The Fog 1:4 Scale Statue


Heavy Metal Into The Fog 1:4 Scale Statue

Price: $349.99 - Order Here

From Lorenzo Sperlonga's July 2007 edition of Heavy Metal magazine!
22-inch tall heavyweight polystone statue!
1:4 scale sculpture is a limited edition of only 600 pieces!
Detailed base features a skull and hand reaching up from a rocky terrain.

Inspired by the cover artwork from the July 2007 edition of Heavy Metal Magazine created by Lorenzo Sperlonga, this sexy Valkyrie Warrior is captured sword in hand ready for battle! This museum quality statue is constructed from heavyweight polystone and then hand painted to the finest detail. The beautiful blond warrior stands approximately 22-inches tall, including the styilized base featurng the undead reaching from below the earth. This latest Heavy Metal covergirl is limited to 600 pieces worldwide.

Size: 22-inches tall
Edition Size: 600

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