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First 4 Figures Banjo-Kazooie Gruntilda statue

First 4 Figures has revealed a new addition to its Banjo-Kazooie line. Gruntilda, the primary antagonist of the N64 platforming series, is receiving a new statue.

Each unit includes the Gruntilda painted resin statue, detailed base inspired by Gruntilda’s Lair, limited edition numbering, and authentication card. If you opt for the exclusive edition, it’ll come with LED functions for torch and green bubble details.

Okamiden Chibiterasu PVC statue

First 4 Figures today unveiled its latest Okamiden statue, the Chibiterasu PVC. This follows the Chibiterasu vs. Dark Chibiterasu & Possessed Kuni product we reported on at the end of 2020.

Each unit contains the Chibiterasu PVC painted statue, highly detailed base inspired by Okami art style, Divine Retribution weapon with two LED functions, premium deluxe box, authentication card, and limited edition numbering. More information can be found below.

Hylian Shield statue

First 4 Figures has revealed a special Hylian Shield statue from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which is the company’s latest PVC collectible following the likes of Link, Zelda and Revali. True to the design in the actual game, it has a blue front with silver borders, the Triforce symbol, and Hyrule’s crest.

Each order comes with the statue, magnetic display stand, authentication card, and limited edition numbering. It’s also worth noting that the “Exclusive Edition” adds a premium deluxe box and features LED functionality “beneath the gold rivet details of the stand, giving the shield an even more majestic look”.

First 4 Figures has revealed more statues, this time based on Banjo-Kazooie. There’s one planned for Mumbo Jumbo and another for the crocodile transformation.

Here’s the official product description:

First 4 Figures is expanding its offerings of Nintendo products once again. Revealed today is the Kirby and the Goal Door statue, which should ship later in the year.

Below is all of the relevant information:

First 4 Figures has created a number of Zelda figures over the years, including designs for Breath of the Wild. The company is now expanding its offerings with the game’s Champions.

First up on the docket is Revali. First 4 Figures statues tend to be quite expensive, though this one can be purchased for $115.

Here’s the official product description and a promo video:

First 4 Figures has revealed a brand new life-size replica statue of Samus’ helmet from Metroid Prime. It comes in standard and “exclusive” versions, and if you opt for the latter, it’ll feature LED functionality for the visor and dots around the base. Also, First 4 Figures says that “the mount on the base where the helmet rests can now be manually rotated a full 360 degrees, giving you the option to display your base in an X-shaped pattern, as opposed to the fixed plus-sign shape of the Standard Edition.”

Here’s the official product description:

First 4 Figures has revealed its latest statue and next addition to its Okami line. The company latest product is based on Okamiden: Chibiterasu vs. Dark Chibiterasu & Possessed Kuni.

Like previous First 4 Figures statues, it’ll come in standard and exclusive versions. The exclusive edition has certain parts that light up.

Below are all of the relevant details and a couple of videos:

Zelda: Breath of the Wild statues

First 4 Figures has unveiled a pair of new statues from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Link is the main focus here, but Zelda will also be included if you purchase a special bundle.

First 4 Figures will be selling an “Exclusive Edition” only for Link as well as a “Master Edition” that has both characters. There will be 10,000 pieces and 3,000 pieces of the two versions respectively.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

First 4 Figures is introducing a new PVC collectible for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. Fans can get their hands on the actual Majora’s Mask, which “features the same textured details and vibrant colors the mask is known for.”

Here’s some additional information about the statue:

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