Hellboy’s Golden Army Statue Is Large and In Charge

The big red bringer of destruction as he appeared in Hellboy II: The Golden Army is back thanks to Blitzway’s massive 1:4 scale statue. This work of art featuring Ron Pearlman as Hellboy measures 27.5″ tall and is made from polystone, PVC, metal, and fabric.
Coming in at $1,099.99, the level of detail should match the price, right? Yes, sir. I’ve collected a number of original and replica Hellboy props over the years. Based on the pictures below, it is apparent that the artists at Blitzway did a hell of a lot of research. Even the individual rounds for the Samaritan and Big Baby can be removed!
This statue can be pre-ordered right now over at the Big Bad Toy Store.
Hellboy will be ready to battle the supernatural in October of this year!


Blitzway’s R&D team faithfully recreated this special hero from the original movie. Hellboy is equipped with the Samaritan, the’Big Baby, a utility belt, and a coat that looks realistic, perfectly recreating the feel of the movie. The diorama base, made in the style of the movie Hellboy II: The Golden Army, implicitly captures the movie’s story.

Red comes with the following:

  • Alternate head sculpt
  • Fabric coat
  • Samaritan
    • 4 Bullets
  • Big Baby
    • 6 Bullets
  • Alternate hand
  • Cigar
  • Bracelet
  • Rosary
  • The Golden Army-themed base

I, personally, loved The Golden Army. It was the right balance of a large cast of characters, amazing practical effects, and storytelling. The level of detail shown on not only Hellboy himself but the Samaritan and Big Baby is impressive. I hope Abe Sapien gets the same sort of statue in the future.
What do you think of Red’s statue? Too much? Too late? Let us know your opinions in the comments section below.
[Source: Big Bad Toy Store]

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Mike Phalin
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Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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