Darksider’s Death Lives On With A Dark Horse Direct Statue

Feeling that his brother War was wrongly convicted of kicking off the apocalypse, Death sets forth into the remnants of our world to find out who is really behind the end times. Out of all of the Four Horsemen of the Apocolypse designs, Death was the coolest of them all. His armor was made of bone, and he armed himself with two scythes!
Dark Horse Direct has a new statue of Darksiders’ Death up for pre-order now. The statue is made entirely of resin. No polystone, fabric, or silicon. This would explain why Death is still pretty affordable, coming in at $579.99. The original price was $619.99. Expect this thing to ship sometime during the first quarter of 2023.

Dark Horse Direct
Dark Horse Direct
Dark Horse Direct
Dark Horse Direct
Dark Horse Direct
Dark Horse Direct

The concept for this statue is inspired by official Darksiders II artworks, where on the majority of them, Death dons the Necromancer armor set. This is a lootable armor set in the game that increases Death’s Arcane Abilities. The weapon he’s wielding is his signature dual scythes, which is his starting weapon, and the base design is of the Kingdom of the Dead, which is one of the major overworlds in Darksiders II.

Death’s statue is sized as follows: 19.57″ (497mm) x 16.81″ (427mm) x 29.41″ (747mm).
Darksiders II was released in 2012. It improved on many aspects of the original game and followed the story of the horseman Death. It was an action-adventure game with a plot that ran concurrently with the first game’s events. While it wasn’t perfect, I remember being pretty happy with it upon completion. The other two games in the series never hit with me because I never finished more than a couple of hours of either.

What do you think of this statue of Death? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Dark Horse Direct]

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