Queen Studios has revealed three new massive statues based on various incarnations of Marvel Comics’ The Incredible Hulk.
Yeah, these statues are enormous. Each one is the same scale and measures 26″ tall, 28″ deep, and 25″ wide. The estimated delivery date for these three is during the fourth quarter of 2023. However, unless Queen Studios adds these gamma rage beasts to the partnership with Sideshow Collectibles, they’ll only be available to fans in Brazil, Indonesia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea. Sigh.
If you happen to be in one of those countries mentioned above, the edition size of each variation is pretty tiny. For example, classic Hulk will be limited to 299 pieces, Red Hulk is 199, and Mr. Fixit is very limited, coming in at only 99 statues.
“This 1/4 scale Hulk statue is inspired by Marvel Comics, The Incredible Hulk #621 “God Smash (Part One)” illustrated by Paul Pelletier. This statue stands 67cm tall and captures the Hulk Mid-smash. Smoke rushes off the Incredible Hulk as he grasps the debris around him. Flying debris surrounds the Hulks body, in front of his feet lies the helmet of Loki, the God of Mischief.”
“After the success and glowing feedback of our Marvel Comic’s Green Scar Hulk 1/4 Statue, Queen Studios have extended the Hulk Comic collection with this 1/4 scale statue. Crafted from resin, every detail seen in comic cover art has been recreated in stunning detail.”
What I find interesting is the cost of the 1/4 statues. Queen Studios only wants $460 for one. Over the past two years, we’ve seen even small collectibles shoot up past this price point by 3x. Maybe it’s a currency conversion issue in China? Either way, why are fans getting gouged in the US?[Source: Queen Studios]
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