Iron Studios has unveiled a stunning new 1/4 scale statue of Din Djarin and Baby Grogu from The Mandalorian Season 2
Iron Studios has revealed an all-new 1/4 scale statue of The Mandalorian and Baby Grogu. The studio has made a name for itself with some incredible statues from Jurassic Park, Joker and Batman Returns. But this represents a brave new step into a galaxy far, far away.
The statue stands at an impressive 22.5″ tall. And features a Beskar clad Din Djarin and Baby Grogu in his hover pram. The sculpted polystone statue stands atop a suitably cool diorama base that features an aesthetically pleasing Remnant Stormtrooper helmet. Check out the full reveal details, and our image gallery below. But you’re gonna want one!
THE MANDALORIAN & BABY GROGU
The beloved Lone Gunman and his Star Wars Baby in one more work by Iron Studios!
Walking on a base in the arid terrain of Nevarro, Mando, a lone Mandalorian bounty hunter, walks protected by his beskar armor, a rare and valuable metal that resists even to lightsaber attacks, forged by a Mandalorian blacksmith, qualified in a ritual way, and carrying his deadly Rifle Amban on his back, a powerful weapon capable of vaporizing his targets. Ignoring the helmet of a Stormtrooper lying at his feet, indicating the fall of the once-powerful Empire, he follows next to a floating cradle where his protégé is, the mysterious child known as Grogu, who apparently looks like the legendary Jedi master Yoda with the appearance of a baby, and has a strong connection with the Force as well.
These captivating characters from the hit series The Mandalorian are among the newest works by Iron Studios unveiled at the Inside Iron Studios virtual event at CCXP Worlds 2020, with the fantastic “The Mandalorian and The Child Legacy Replica 1/4 – The Mandalorian – Iron Studios”.
Derived from the Star Wars franchise, The Mandalorian is a type of space western, which is shown on the streaming service Disney +, already with two full seasons, and is set between the fall of the Empire, after episode VI, and the emergence of the New Order, which was presented in episode VII in theaters. Created by Jon Favreau, actor, director, and screenwriter, who is responsible for works like the Iron Man trilogy in theaters, the series presents the saga of a bounty hunter acting as a hero, albeit reluctantly, protecting an apparent fragile creature, who should be his target, and together they are pursued by various forces from the fallen Empire and bounty hunters who seek to capture Grogu, the child who was affectionately dubbed by the public as Baby Yoda.
– Limited edition
– Based on original references
– Made in polystone
– Product dimensions: 22.4 in (H) x 17 in (W) x 15 in (L)
– Product Weight: 15 lbs
– MSRP: USD 749.99 (American US Dollars)
– Release schedule: Third quarter of 2021
Unfortunately, this statue will be a limited release and will only be available in certain (currently unannounced) regions. But if you’re still hoping to add it to your collection, it’s going to set you back $749.99. Look for it to release sometime in the third quarter of 2021.
In conclusion, this statue may cost you an arm and a leg, but it’s got to be worth it. The detail alone is enough to warrant adding it to your collection. And when you throw Baby Grogu into the mix; it’s a slam dunk. So, set your tracking fobs for Iron Studios.
This is the way!
Source: Iron Studios
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