Christian Bale was the only good thing about Thor: Love and Thunder. Aside from a couple of goofy scenes, his character of Gorr, The God Killer, pushed a messy movie forward. Finally, months after the film has faded from memory and dumped on Disney+, we’re finally getting the first glimpse at Gorr’s Hot Toys figure.
Sadly, we won’t see this amazingly detailed figure until January or June 2024. Gorr is available for pre-order right now at Sideshow Collectibles. He’s priced at $275 and comes with the Necrosword and a light-up Stormbreaker. Other than that, he’s a very accessories-lite release.
A being of deadly reckoning, Gorr the God Butcher is hellbent on killing all the gods in the Universe. Wielding a powerful and terrifying weapon, Gorr will let nothing stand in his way.
Hot Toys is thrilled to expand the Thor: Love and Thunder collection series with Gorr in 1/6th scale collectible figure depicting his fearsome visage from his premiere appearance in the movie.
Gorr isn’t going to be accessory-heavy, but he does come with all the essentials:
– One (1) newly developed head sculpt with separate rolling eyeballs
– Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed skin texture, scars and make-up
– Approximately 30 cm tall
– Newly developed body with over 30 points of articulations
– Five (5) pieces of interchangeable hands including:
– One (1) pair of fists
– One (1) pair of relax hands
– One (1) pair of open hands
– One (1) pair of gesture hands
– One (1) pair for weapons holding hands
– Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
– One (1) greyish white-colored robe and cape with weathering effects
– One (1) greyish white-colored scarf with weathering effects
– One (1) Necrosword
– One (1) battle-damaged Necrosword
– One (1) Stormbreaker with LED light-up function (batteries required)
– One (1) necklace
– A themed figure stand with movie logo and character name
[Source: Hot Toys]
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