Queen Studios has revealed a new statue based on Scarlett Johansson‘s Black Widow from the smash-hit Marvel movie!
Fans of Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow are in for a treat because Queen Studios is releasing a new statue based on her smash-hit Marvel movie. The incredibly accurate statue stands at over 19.5″ tall and comes with a movie-themed base. Also included are her signature dual batons and “Widow Bite” wrist gauntlets.
Natasha Romanoff was trained from a young age to cultivate a very specific set of skills within the red room; a top-secret spy facility. She emerged from the program as the Black Widow, a spy of the highest caliber. However, she eventually turned on her trainers and defected to the US, and began working for S.H.I.E.L.D and the Avengers. Today, her vast fighting skills, intellectual cunning, and unwavering bravery allow her to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with super soldiers, Asgardian gods, and enhanced individuals of immense power.
Equipped with Natasha’s signature dual batons and “Widow Bite” wrist gauntlets that discharge electricity, this movie-accurate quarter scale statue has been created using cutting-edge technology to create and the finest materials to create a truly one of a kind collectible.
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Wow. Queen Studios appears to be knocking this statue out of the park, and the resemblance to Scarlett Johansson makes this a must-have for Black Widow fans everywhere. And I can think of no better way to immortalize her incredible solo adventure than with this stunning statue. Even though it will set us back a staggering $730.00.
The statue will be available in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and South Korea. Pre-orders will be available from November 1st with an expected release date of the fourth quarter of 2022.
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Source: Queen Studios
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