Feast your eyes on this sensational first entry into Diamond Select‘s new Diorama collection
The first-ever Star Wars entry into the Gallery PVC Diorama statue line has been announced by Diamond Select Toys. Standing at an impressive 10″ tall, the sensational diorama features the Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Vader amid battle on what appears to be Bespin.
Darth Vader™ is the First-Ever Star Wars™ Gallery PVC Diorama, Now at the Disney Store!
With the Gallery Diorama series of PVC sculptures earning accolades from all types of collectors, it was only a matter of time before one of the biggest brands on Earth joined the line-up! Made by Diamond Select Toys for the Disney store, Darth Vader is the first-ever Star Wars-themed entry in the Gallery Diorama format, and he kicks the Star Wars line off with a bang!
In this dynamic piece, Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Sith™, strides across metallic plating, slicing through machinery with his lightsaber even as he lifts it with his Force powers. His lightsaber features a removable blade, sculpted as if in motion and cast in a translucent material to catch the light.
Vader stands approximately 10 inches tall by 9 inches deep by 8 inches wide – 14 inches wide with the lightsaber blade attached. This piece features detailed sculpting and paint applications and comes packaged in a full-color window box.
Vader is the first Star Wars Gallery Diorama in a series, exclusively at the Disney store and shopDisney.com, so stay tuned for more news! He joins the previously released Disney store exclusive, the Marvel Gallery Spider-Man: Far From Home PVC Diorama.
The statue is available exclusively at Disney Stores or via ShopDisney.com. It’s priced at $49.99 in the US.
Source: Diamond Select Toys
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