You ain’t got time to bleed…but, you need to make time for this review of Prime 1 Studio’s new Jungle Hun…erm…Big Game Cover Art Predator!
In the grand scheme of the DC Universe, the New 52 represents a pretty small window of time. Not all fans were exactly thrilled at this “reboot”, but overall, the Batman series remained very popular. All that said, is it worth having the Batman from this era in your collection? Find out in this review!
Straight from the pages of one of my personal favourite Batman stories, comes Prime 1 Studio’s Batman: Hush Museum Masterline 1/3 scale statue! Bringing iconic artist Jim Lee’s work to life in 3D is not always easy…does sculptor, Rodrigue Pralier & team, succeed here?
A massive release from Prime 1 Studio in 2019 (pun absolutely intended!), this is the 1/3 scale Hush Superman! The statue comes with two styles of cape, one is fully sculpted, and the one in this video is made of poseable fabric. Can this statue live up to the amazing Jim Lee artwork from this now iconic Batman story?
The first G.I. JOE solicited from Prime 1 Studio, the next to last to be released! Is this statue worth the wait?
Like two peas in a pod, you can’t have Optimus Prime without Megatron. Luckily, we review both in this review from our archive! From Prime 1 Studio’s G1 Generations line, featuring designs by Josh Nizzi, come the Autobot and Decepticon leaders like you’ve never seen them before!
Another review from the archive, this is Prime 1 Studio’s take on the classic Frank Miller storyline, the Dark Knight Returns!
The first Cobra ninja is the first release in Prime 1 Studio’s G.I. JOE 1/4 scale statue line. Check out our thoughts on the piece with this review video and high-res photo gallery!
Released: December 2016 Edition Size: 750 Ex, 1500 Reg Product Size: 30″ H Original Retail Price: $929.99 USD plus shipping Design Team: Bernardo (Yang) Cruzeiro (Sculpt) Prime 1 Studio Design and Development Team Deathstroke Fun Facts: Real Name: Slade Wilson Height: 6’4″ Weight: 225 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: White First Appearance: New Teen Titans 2 […]
Another one from the archive…this time we’re going back to the future, with Spider-Man 2099 by Prime 1 Studio. This statue was their first ever Marvel release, and it was a bit of a surprising character choice (not in a bad way). Come in and see how the statue turned out!