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Old 04-05-2016, 09:37 AM   #1
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Kotobukiya DC Comics New 52 Sinestro ARTFX Statue



The Green Lantern villain, Sinestro, joins the Kotobukiya DC Comics New 52 ARTFX+ line up. The 1/10 Scale Sinestro Statue will stand 7″ tall and include magnetic feet for use with the included base. Itís priced at $59.99 with a release this October. More details from Kotobukiya:

A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Kotobukiyaís lineup of statues based on the superheroes and villains of DC Comics continues to grow, and next up is a classic Green Lantern villain who has worn multiple colored rings over the years: SINESTRO! At the start of the New 52 era the purple-skinned Korugarian was once again a Green Lantern, though he would later return to the group that bears his name, the Sinestro Corps. And thatís exactly how he appears here, in his full yellow-garbed glory! The highly detailed 1/10 scale Sinestro is on the rampage, launching himself forward into battle with his right arm thrown out behind him and his left, ring-bearing hand leading the charge. The supervillainís fear-empowered uniform is unique with black and yellow sections, studded bracers, a silver belt decoration, and the Corps logo on his chest. Bright gold really makes the yellow of Sinestroís uniform and ring stand out, as does the level of detail including all of the subtle piping and the Korugarianís musculature. The villainís face is contorted into a fearsome sneer, his skin an appropriate deep purple that contrasts nicely with his bright white teeth and black hair.

Sculpted by Ikkei Jitsukata, Sinestro stands just over 7 inches tall (1/10 scale) and like all ARTFX+ statues he has magnets in his feet for extra stability on his included display base. Donít fear the addition of this villain to your DC ARTFX+ collection; he looks great on his own and even better paired with his longtime arch-enemy Green Lantern Hal Jordan (sold separately)!
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Old 04-05-2016, 03:15 PM   #2
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People were tearing this up on twitter, one of the funniest was "no spare shall escape his sight!" in reference to his bowling stance.

other than the stance, the figure looks great
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People were tearing this up on twitter, one of the funniest was "no spare shall escape his sight!" in reference to his bowling stance.

other than the stance, the figure looks great

I didn't see that when I first looked. Now I can't "unsee" it. He just needs a yellow construct ball.
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Wait, they call that "deep purple"? It looks like the right color for Sinestro, but I would never have described either Sinestro's coloring in the comic, or on that statue, as "deep purple"...or any kind of purple.
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Wait, they call that "deep purple"? It looks like the right color for Sinestro, but I would never have described either Sinestro's coloring in the comic, or on that statue, as "deep purple"...or any kind of purple.
I come across that a lot where the same color is referred to as pink by some and purple by others. But I agree that it's definitely not "deep purple." If I thought of anything (besides the band) as "deep purple" it would be more like the color the Joker wears in Batman '89.
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