Legend of Zelda Skull Kid Collectible Statue From First 4 Figures
The Skull Kid was a curious little fellow, often finding trouble in the most unexpected of places with his fairy friends Tatl and Tael. One day in the forest, the trio happened to come across the most peculiar of people, a traveling mask salesman. When the merchant was paying him no mind, the Skull Kid took a very precious mask. This was no ordinary mask; this was a special mask, a dark and cursed mask. This was Majora's Mask. Donning the strange artifact, the Skull Kid would harness a power far beyond his imagination. Little did he know, however, that he was to become a puppet, an unsuspecting pawn to the very mask itself. Possessed and corrupted, the once lighthearted and amusingly mischievous imp inadvertently unleashes a powerful and threatening force upon the peaceful inhabitants of Termina. Now time is running nigh, as the will of Majora swiftly mobilizes its servant into drawing an ominous moon from the heavens on a collision course towards the helpless people below…
First 4 Figures is proud to present the Skull Kid, the second collectible statue in First 4 Figures’ Legend of Zelda collectible statue series. The pose captures the unimaginable power that the Skull Kid felt when wearing the mask. Accurately keeping scale with current and future statues in the series, the Skull Kid statue stands at approximately 9 inches, including the base.
Cast in high quality poly-stone, the statue is hand finished and hand painted. Comes packed in a foam interior full colored box with a card of authenticity. Highly limited at only 2,500 pieces available worldwide.
Dimensions: 9 inches tall
Expected shipping date: Q1 2007
Edition size: 2,500 worldwide
Artist: Goran Sadojevich
Base Concept Artist: James West
As this is the second in the series, those who have ordered Fierce Deity Link from the F4F store will be entitled to reserve the same edition number for Skull Kid. Such orders will be automatically be allocated.
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