Kotobukiya Keeps the Empire Alive with New Star Wars TIE Fighter Statue

Kotobukiya is keeping Star Wars fan happy with their amazing line of ArtFX statues. This time the Empire is back as the TIE Fighter Pilot gets his statue debut. This statue stands at 7 inches tall and has the ability to be in two different poses. The first posed in the classic military formation position. This sleek pose goes great with the metallic styled paint on his helmet and the black of his uniform. The second pose brings both arms down to his side and gives him an E-11 blaster. This pose Kotobukiya gave him really show me how the Empire can strike fear into the rebellion. This is a great Star Wars statue for any fan of the Original Trilogy and would be a fine addition to any collection.

The Star Wars TIE Fighter ARTFX+ Statue from Kotobukiya is priced at roughly $119. He is set to fly on it July 2020 and pre-orders are already live and can be found here.

"In order to ensure our security and continuing stability, the Republic will be reorganized into the first Galactic Empire for a safe and secure society." – Chancellor Palpatine

Star Wars: A New Hope – TIE Fighter ARTFX+ Statue

Elite pilots within the military of the Galactic Empire that appeared in STAR WARS™ A New Hope, the TIE Fighter Pilot™ is joining Kotobukiya's ARTFX+ line!

The iconic black jumpsuit, the reinforced helmet that is reminiscent of a stormtrooper design, and the emergency atmospheric unit control box all perfectly resembles the classic TIE Fighter Pilot™ design.

The ARTFX+ TIE Fighter Pilot™ features the pilot who can be posed at full attention or can be displayed with an E-11 blaster rifle or blaster pistol for optimal display options.

ARTFX+ Statues are fun-to-assemble pre-painted snap-fit kits that can be easily put together in seconds without glue or modeling skill. The TIE Fighter Pilot™ stands just over 7 inches tall (1/10th scale) and looks great in any collection!

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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