MAN-THING Statue

    Q1 2015 Release
    PLEASE NOTE: This product ONLY ships within USA, Canada, Guam and Puerto Rico

    Dr. Ted Sallis was a humble biochemist doing research in the Florida Everglades. His goal: to recreate the legendary Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America. When terrorist
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    Q1 2015 Release
    PLEASE NOTE: This product ONLY ships within USA, Canada, Guam and Puerto Rico

    Dr. Ted Sallis was a humble biochemist doing research in the Florida Everglades. His goal: to recreate the legendary Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America. When terrorist organization A.I.M. tries to steal the formula, Dr. Sallis destroys it and injects himself with the only samples. Tragically, he crashes his car into the swamp while attempting to escape. Left for dead, a combination of science and magic saves him, but he emerges from the bog forever changed into the monstrous MAN-THING!

    Gentle Giant Ltd. is proud to bring you the gigantic Man-Thing Statue! Inspired by artist Mike Ploog, this dramatic limited edition statue renders the monstrous Man-Thing, denizen of the Everglades, as he was depicted on the cover of "The Night of the Laughing Dead." Digitally sculpted by our master artisans, each individually-numbered limited edition statue is rendered using the highest quality polyresin and hand painted, then paired with a matching certificate of authenticity. Make Mine Marvel!

    Additional Information

    Shipping Restrictions This product ONLY ships within USA, Canada, Guam and Puerto Rico
    Availability Pre-Order
    Premier Guild Exclusive No
    Release Date Q1 2015
    Edition Size TBD
    More Information Early Bird Pre-Order Price
    Scale No
    Dimensions H 19.75" W 12" D 11" with a 14" diameter round base

    Customer Reviews

    • Tom Routledge, 8/19/2014:
      Overall

      These comments are based on the proto version I saw at SDCC, and the pics on your site. Please consider altering the paints to dirty up the clown (and Man Thing) a bit w/mud stains, etc. They are both too pristine looking. Its especially noticeable on the clown. In the story this depiction is taken from, Man Thing comes across the body of the clown face down in the gritty grimy swamp after he had committed suicide. It just looks odd having them all squeaky clean and freshly groomed looking like they are. And if you really want to be comic accurate, the clown would have a gunshot wound to the head also. I also think a really cool touch would be to have the base painted with some muddy swamp water trailing behind Man Things feet.

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