Sideshow Collectibles Signs Distribution Deal With Queen Studios

Queen Studios

Sideshow Collectibles has announced that they have partnered with China-based collectibles manufacturer Queen Studios to bring their line of highly-detailed Marvel products Stateside.
While Queen Studios does ship to the United States, the number of products available is limited. Although the current offering is only made up of five busts, hopefully, the agreement will lead to US customers having access to the larger full-size statues.
In a statement available on Sideshow’s site, the company knows that North American customers want to get their hands on these premium collectibles:

“Queen Studios has made a significant impact on the collecting scene since their debut in 2018, creating exceptionally detailed and highly realistic recreations of fan-favorite super heroes and villains. Even Marvel’s editor in chief, C.B. Cebulski, was drawn to their incredible craftwork, opening the door to even more marvelous opportunities to create unbelievable collectibles.”
“This will be the first time collectors can find Queen Studios collectibles on the site, meaning customers can now take advantage of earning Sideshow Rewards on their Queen Studios purchases. Collectors also have access to Sideshow’s industry-leading customer support team and flexible payment plans to better suit your collecting budget.”

We’d previously covered Queen Studios’ Loki, Spider-Man, and massive Balrog statues. While pricey, these recreations of famous characters and creatures look like their worth the price of one month’s rent.
The initial offering from Queen Studios will include products from the Studios’ 1:1 Marvel Busts line.
Here’s the current pre-order selection of busts Sideshow offers from Queen Studios. They include MCU versions of Vision, Rescue, Iron Man Mark 7, Iron Man Mark 3, and the Carnage from the comics.

Sideshow Collectibles | Queen Studios
Interestingly, the initial wave will have three Iron … Person busts. I’d expect a bit more diversity when offering up items that are going to retail with $1k+ price tags. Let us know what you think about this announcement in the comments section below.
[Source: Sideshow Collectibles]
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