One of Mos Eisley‘s most iconic creatures comes to life for a new Halloween tradition!
When it comes to mini-busts, you can’t beat Gentle Giant. From Darth Vader to Jango Fett, the collectibles retailer has done them all – but for their latest offering, they are aiming to kick off a new Halloween tradition.
Earmarked as the first of many Halloween inspired additions to the line, Gentle Giant has unveiled their latest addition to the mini-bust collection – Lak Sivrak from the iconic Cantina sequence in Star Wars: A New Hope.
The awesome 7″ bust will be a web exclusive release, and will be available directly from the Gentle Giant Web Store and will set you back a staggering $99.99. Check out these awesome images:
Here’s the official line:
It’s the start of a Halloween tradition! The first in an annual series of Halloween releases, the Lak Sivrak™ 1/6 scale Web Exclusive mini-bust depicts the Shistavanen™ who first appeared in Star Wars: A New Hope™, and became a fan-favorite due to his lycanthropian appearance. Measuring approximately 7 inches, tall, this resin bust is a limited edition, and will ship in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
Pre-orders are already open for Premier Guild Members. General pre-orders open today at 9:00 AM PST/12:00 PM EST.
Okay, this bust is nothing short of a work of art. I was distraught when Lak Sivrak was digitally removed in the Special Edition of A New Hope and replaced with a more docile looking alien. It is most welcome to see the character given the respect he deserves and restored to prominence.
Kudos, Gentle Giant.
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Phil Roberts is the Owner, Daily Content Manager, and Editor-In-Chief of The Future of the Force. He is passionate about Star Wars, Batman, DC, Marvel, Star Trek, Indiana Jones, Ghostbusters, King Kong, and the Ray Harryhausen movies. Follow him on Twitter where he uses the force and babbles frequently!