Venom: Let There Be Carnage hit theatres this weekend and cleaned house. The film brought with it the long-awaited arrival of Carnage, a symbiote almost as iconic as Venom. Of course, Hot Toys would not pass up a chance to make a 1/6th scale figure of the blood-red killing machine.
The deadly symbiote attached to the murderous Cletus Kasady will be making his way into homes during the first quarter of 2021. Carnage will stand a bit taller than Venom and is lankier. The figure will come with his signature claws, blades, and tentacles. A deluxe edition of Carnage also ships with a Venom bust.
Sideshow is taking pre-orders now for Carnage, which will cost $510 for the deluxe version and $445 for the standard release.
Expertly crafted based on the screen appearance of Carnage from Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the highly accurate figure measures approximately 43cm tall displays a great level of detailed sculpting, specially on the texture of skin, fearsome fanged mouth, and tongue. The 1:6th scale figure introduces a body painted with crimson red and black webbing; two newly developed head sculpts featuring a grinning head sculpt, and a head sculpt with fanged mouth and three interchangeable protruding tongues; monstrous weapons and accessories including attacking claws, sickle, sword, also a number of symbiote tentacles sprouting from its back with different styles of interchangeable symbiote parts; and a figure stand.
Moreover, a Deluxe Version featuring Venomized Eddie Brock head sculpt with bust stand is a must have for extended display.
After years of watching comic book movies get “creative” with heroes and villains in big-screen adaptations, it’s refreshing to see Carnage look almost identical to his original comic book debut.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage recently broke a record with a $90 million haul during the second year of the pandemic. We won’t spoil anything, but the Venom universe just got a whole log bigger with this sequel and could finally merge with a certain web-slinger’s world.
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