Doom Cyberdemon Regular Edition Returns from Gaming Heads

Doom Eternal is still pretty fresh in fans' heads right about now. The newest addition to the growing franchise puts fans back into the shoes of the Slayers as you cut your way through hell. Back in 2018, Doom fans were greeting to the Gaming Heads Cyberdemon statue that was originally scheduled for a Q2 2019 release. This gorgeous and hellish statue has been sold out in most markets but it looks like it is back. Entertainment Earth has put up a couple of new pre-orders for the regular edition of the Cyberdemon statue. This is quite surprising as the statue is limited to only 1000 pieces. The highly detailed statue comes in an at massive 19" tall and show cases the Cyberdemon in all his pissed off hellish beauty. Each piece is hand painted and is nicely detailed with the flesh styled sculpting.

This is one statue that any Doom fan could easily get behind. The fact that is is back whether through more statues being found or more have been created, this is an opportunity you won't want to miss out on. The burnt and fleshly sculpt is a real treat in a massive piece like this. Gaming Heads put a lot of detail into this statue and while it might have already been announced years ago its nice to come back and see a fully finished product. The statue is priced at a hefty $699 and is get for an October 2020 release date as of now. Pre-orders are live and you can find them located here.

Doom Cyberdemon Statue from Gaming Heads
Cyberdemon statue, photo from Gaming Heads.

"The Doom Cyberdemon Regular Edition Statue is carefully cast in polystone resin and hand-painted by artisans in exacting detail. This statue stands approximately 19-inches tall. The Doom Cyberdemon Regular Edition Statue is limited edition of 1,000 pieces worldwide and has been carefully cast in polystone resin and hand-painted by artisans to depict a Cyberdemon in all it's rage (and beauty) as found in-game. The Doom Cyberdemon Regular Edition Statue comes packed in a deluxe full-color box, has an individually hand-numbered base. The statue measures 19-inches tall x 18 1/2-inches long x 16-inches wide."

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