Good Smile Company Batman Ninja Joker Statue Coming Late 2019

Good Smile Company Batman Ninja Joker Statue Coming Late 2019

Posted by February 2, 2019 Comment

Batman Ninja villain The Joker is getting a new statue from Good Smile Company. The statue is in the 1/6th scale, and will be limited to only 1000 pieces worldwide. It features a great sculpt, and is posed on a dynamic base, and can be paired with their earlier Batman Ninja statue to form a pretty badass diorama.

It will cost you though, at about $1,000. This will be for serious collectors only. You can check it out below, and preorder right here.

The insane, evil villain: Joker.

From the animated film “Batman Ninja” comes a 1/6th scale statue of Joker. The statue is based on an original art piece by the series’ character designer, Takashi Okazaki, and will be limited to 1000 pieces worldwide.

His unbalanced pose holding his sword has been dynamically recreated. The texture of his armor has been carefully sculpted using real armor as a reference. The hem of his flapping cape has also been textured in detail for an impressive appearance even from close-up.

The base of the figure is designed to look like a broken roof, with Joker moving on perilous footing. This statue can be displayed with “Batman Ninja: TAKASHI OKAZAKI Ver.” to recreate a scene of the pair facing off.

Sengoku Joker: TAKASHI OKAZAKI Ver. is a high-quality art piece, and only 1000 will be made available worldwide. Each product will be engraved with a unique serial number. (Serial numbers will be distributed at random. You cannot select which number you will receive.)

– Product Name: Sengoku Joker: TAKASHI OKAZAKI Ver.
– Painted 1/6th scale polystone, polyurethane & PVC product with stand included. Approximately 450mm in height. Approximately 500mm in width.
– Series: Batman Ninja
– Price: ¥109,074 (Before Tax)
– Release Date: 2019/10

About Jeremy Konrad

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(Last Updated February 2, 2019 2:24 am )

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