Iron Studios just keeps kicking out new statues that are gonna make me go bankrupt, brah! Next on the block, we’ve got Logan atop a downed Sentinel. The mutant known for his brutality is depicted here at 1/10th scale and has seen some action.
His adamantium-coated skeleton is showing underneath some deep lacerations. Yet, as he always does, Logan is not about to let a few temporary wounds keep him from getting to his prey.
Iron Studios is currently taking pre-orders for the statue that is due out sometime between October and December 2022. Logan will run you $179.99. The statue is 7.8″ (H) x 7″ (W) x 6.3″ (D) and will weigh about 2 lbs.
Iron Studios presents the statue “Logan – X-Men – BDS Art Scale 1/10”, inspired by the civil identity of the most popular X-Men. Wearing his best-known look, a leather jacket, t-shirt, and jeans, he’s ready to defend the friends and allies he considers family, against the attack of the Sentinel robots controlled by Magneto, and a legion of mutant villains. They are all part of the largest statue diorama ever made on this scale.
Something I’d really like is a Fatal Attractions story arc statue. You know the one. That mid-1990s story where Magneto pulled all the adamantium from Logan’s body, and we finally got to learn more about the legendary mutant. I remember my job dropped as I read the following issue when it was revealed that Wolverine’s claws were part of his body the whole time. That entire panel made my hands hurt.
Oof. As someone who has severely hurt his knuckles in a motorcycle accident, I can tell you that having bones sticking out of your hands is not pleasant in any way, shape, or form.
What are your thoughts on this new Logan statue? Will you be adding it to your collection? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments section.
[Source: Iron Studios]
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