Iron Studios' Jason Voorhees Statue is Deadly and Alluring
His name was Jason and his statue is breathtaking.
If you're a horror fan, you know who Jason Voorhees is. As one of the most prolific slashers in cinema history, he has been hacking teens to death at Camp Crystal Lake in Friday the 13th movies for nearly half a century. Iron Studios is paying tribute to the hockey-masked killer with a new deluxe hand-painted statue as a part of their Art Scale line.
We, however, recommend the exclusive variant being released through Sideshow Collectibles, which features a few differences, including Jason holding a severed head. It appears to be based mostly on his appearance in Friday the 13th Part III.
ABOUT THIS STATUE
Sideshow and Iron Studios present the Jason Deluxe Art Scale 1:10 Statue from Friday the 13th. The cold-blooded killer from Camp Crystal Lake is on the loose! Wearing his signature hockey mask, this Deluxe hand-painted statue comes with interchangeable heads, arms and includes a dynamic pier base with translucent water effect.
Horror fans, don't miss your chance to add the Jason Deluxe to your collection.
WHAT'S IN THE BOX?
The Jason Deluxe Art Scale Statue features:
- Limited Edition
- Based on original movie references
- Made in Polystone
- Base with pier and translucent water effect
- Two (2) interchangeable arms
- Two (2) interchangeable heads
The Jason Voorhees Deluxe Art Scale statue, both regular and exclusive variant, are both available for pre-order now retailing for $99.00 and $155.00 respectively. They are expected to release between October and December of 2019. Don't miss your chance to grab this limited beautiful and deadly statue.
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