First in a new line of Marvel Villains
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In 1984ís Secret Wars storyline by Marvel Comics, Spider-Manís original blue and red costume was damaged. He found a gooey black substance that flowed over the heroís body, creating a black and white costume that seemed too good to be true. A few months later, it was revealed that the substance was actually an alien parasite! After Spider-Man rejected it the parasite joined with Eddie Brock to become the monstrous VENOM.
Kotobukiya presents Venom as youíve never seen him before. The first in a new lineup of Marvel Villains, the alien parasite is captured stalking his prey with wicked claws at the ready and his signature toothy grin splitting his face. Though Venom is static and calm on the surface, inside you know heís up to no good. The black costume is visually striking with dark blue accents and set off by the white sections on Venomís face, chest, back, and hands. Every inch of the villainís hulking musculature is sculpted to perfection, as are the details of his horrific open mouth.
Venom is absolutely massive at 13 inches tall, dominating the Marvel Comics Kotobukiya Collection of Fine Art Statues. He stands atop a specially-designed circular base that lights up with interior LEDs, further enhancing the display options of this amazing villain. Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, Venom is constructed of high-quality cold cast porcelain and is a limited, numbered edition.
Available in February 2010 priced at a SRP of $219.99.