Masters of the Universe She-Ra Princess of Power Bust


Masters of the Universe She-Ra Princess of Power Bust

Price: $89.99 - Order Here

The most powerful woman in the universe is coming to life as this Masters of the Universe She-Ra Princess of Power Bust from Tweeterhead. This beautiful statue recreates the alter ego of Princess Adora from Masters of the Universe in stunning 1:4 scale, and the immaculate sculpt showcases the true beauty behind the Princess of Power. At approximately 9 1/2-inches tall, she looks glorious as part of any collection. Order yours now with free shipping!

The most powerful woman in the universe comes to life in this amazing 1:4 scale bust. Whether she's on your desk at work or your shelf at home, let this glorious sculpt show everyone that you uphold the Honor of Grayskull. Sculped by Mike Cusanelli, designed by Nathan Baertsch, and paint by David Fisher, the She-Ra Princess of Power Bust stands approximately 9 1/2-inches tall. Limited to only 350 pieces worldwide!

Size: 9 1/2-inches tall
Edition Size: 350

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