If you’re a fan of The Mandalorian and want something to put on a shelf to show off your love of the show or Din Djarin, then Sideshow Collectibles has what you need. For those with lots of disposable income, the artists at Sideshow have fabricated a life-size bust of the Disney+ series’s hero.
For $1,550, you can take home a 33.5″ tall recreation of Mando as he appears after gaining his full Beskar armor. He’s shiny and, honestly, pretty impressive. The bust includes most of his upper body, sans arms. Also, unlike many other statues, this one features some articulation. By “some,” I mean you can move Djarin’s head from side to side.
Pre-orders are being taken right now. The expected release date for the Din Djarin bust is between November of this year and February 2023.
With rotational articulation in the helmet, collectors can directionally change his focus for added storytelling in any display. His sleek silver armor and costume elements are fully sculpted, recreating his now-iconic silhouette in fiberglass design. Din Djarin’s chest armor, helmet, bandolier, and even cape bear details of weathering and distress accumulated in his dangerous travels.
Make sure you have enough room somewhere to put this big boy. Here are the dimensions of the bust:
- Height: 33.5″ (85.1 cm)
- Width: 27″ (68.6 cm)
- Depth: 17″ (43.2 cm)
Sideshow lists this product as being made from fiberglass. So, Mando may not be too heavy. The inclusion of Mando’s rifle is a nice touch, considering you’ll rarely see the thing once it’s up on a shelf.
If you’re more of a fan of classic Boba Fett, Sideshow is still taking orders for the life-size bust of the infamous bounty hunter. Boba is a bit less expensive, too. For $1,305, the Boba Fett bust comes with several more features than Mando, including an articulated range finder, a lighted chest panel, and lights on his jet pack.
Let us know what you think about this latest piece of The Mandalorian merchandise in the comments section below.
[Source: Sideshow Collectibles]
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