The mighty God of Thunder from the pages of Marvel Comics has been transformed into an amazing statue from Iron Studios. Weighing in at 2.2 lbs. and standing 11″ tall, this statue represents the awesomeness of classic Thor.
Thor will ship next year between July and September. The wielder of Mjölnir will only cost $199 and comes with a cool little extra. If you look just behind the Son of Odin, you’ll see a familiar little fellow: Throg.
In modern comics, Throg isn’t Thor trapped in a frog’s body. Instead, he is his own character with a tragic backstory. Throg even made a short appearance in Disney+’s Loki.
Created with extreme care and attention, rigorously faithful to the smallest details to achieve maximum prominence in the collection, Iron Studios proudly presents its first statue in the high-quality line, Unleashed Deluxe Art Scale. This new line elevates the scale 1/10 to a new standard of excellence never seen before in a figure of these proportions.
The base of the statue is full of details, such as stones and Nordic runes, the original symbol of the hammer Mjölnir, as in Viking culture depicted around the base. There is also an image of the giant snake that surrounds the world, Jormungand, and a warrior\’s face, with a texture reminiscent of wood carvings.
Chosen by the public through a poll as the first Marvel character in the line, Thor Unleashed Deluxe presents the Thunder God in a stylized format, inspired by the hero\’s most contemporary comics, with a rustic visual aspect, influenced even more by Nordic culture.
Throg deserves his own Disney+ series. It could start as the tale of Loki turning his brother into an amphibian and roll into the story of the cursed Simon Walterson. What do you think? Are we worthy of a froggy tale of the mini-Thor? Let us know in the comments.
[Source: Iron Studios]
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