The Statue of Wyld Stallyns’ Bass Player Doesn’t Fear The Reaper

“You may be a king or a little street sweeper, but sooner or later, you dance with the reaper!”
Standing at 12″ tall, this 1/10″ scale replica of the Grim Reaper is ready to either usher Bill and Ted into the underworld or rock out with the Wyld Stallyns! Yes, Death features multiple interchangeable parts to match either his appearance just after the untimely demise of the Wyld Stallyns or when he joins them during the world-changing Battle of the Bands.
The statue of Death is limited to only 1,000 pieces and is priced at $200. He can be pre-ordered now over at Sideshow Collectibles and is slated for a fourth-quarter release this year. Incendium LLC designed the statue.

Sideshow Collectibles
Sideshow Collectibles
Sideshow Collectibles
Sideshow Collectibles
It may be a little nitpicky, but that doesn’t look like William Sadler. Maybe the finished product will be a bit better. However, I think the white they put in the PVC is washing out the details. If he were painted white to match the on-screen look, the Grim Reaper would look a bit more like a rock star.

Bill and Ted are totally dead! But that’s ok, at least they have Death to keep them company! This musically inclined and delightfully detailed 1:10 scale PVC statue features swappable appendages and accessories to recreate iconic moments from Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey. Lay down the groove with his rad stand-up bass or get down to business with his Scythe. Sooner or later, you’ll dance with the Reaper…
The statue stands approximately 12-inches including the base and is limited to 1000 pieces. Get your order in before they’re gone!

What do you think of this statue of the Grim Reaper? Should Incendium LLC create one for Station and robot Bill & Ted? Let us know in the comments section below.
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