a fixed-pose model of a science-fiction/anime item.
Adapted from the Iron Studios website:As the Asgardian master sorcerer, his magic deeds are seen by others as nearly impossible, and at the height of his abilities, with pure mystic energy erupting from the palms of his hands, the God of Mischief, in his green and yellow leotard suit, yellow cape, and golden helmet with horns, uses his power to the fullest to create an illusion of the Asgard palaces as a trick to call the attention and deceive the trans-temporal guardian entity of the Void named Alioth. With an audacious smile on his face, Iron Studios presents their newest Art Scale Statue of Thor’s fearless adoptive brother, inspired by his classic look in the comics, as seen in the Disney+ streaming series “Loki.”In an alternative timeline, in the Infinity War’s aftermath, a veteran version of Loki lived on an isolated planet for centuries feeling remorse for his actions, but when he decides to end his exile and reconcile with his brother Thor, he deviates from the established base of the Sacred Timeline of his reality. Arrested by the Time Variance Authority, a bureaucratic organization created to prevent the making of branched timelines, he had his reality erased and was exiled to the Void, a point located at the end of times protected by the creature Alioth. In the Void, he joined other variants of the God of Mischief such as Alligator Loki and the young Kid Loki, who he adopted as his king, protecting themselves from Alioth in a secret bunker. Characterized by his appearance derived from his original version in the comics, this statue of Classic Loki is inspired by his “Glorious purpose” stance in the episode “Journey Into Mystery,” the penultimate episode of the series’ first season. Order him for your own collection today!
[Figure Size]: Approximately 24.8cm x 17.7cm x 17.7cm
[Materials]: Polystone; may include parts made of resin, PVC, metal and fabric