Loki Celebrates Marvel Studios with New Kotobukiya Statue

One of the biggest events in cinema was the uniting of the Avengers on the big screen. This simple collaboration created a glorious universe of our favorite Marvel Comics characters. It ultimately led to the biggest event even with Avengers: Endgame that combined the stories of 23 movies. Kotobukiya is bringing one of the franchise's biggest villains back with there newest Marvel statue. Loki is here and he comes in at roughly 15 inches and is featured in all of his 2012 Avengers glory. The statue will feature cloth elements with his cape and clothes giving him a more dynamic look. The God of Mischief will be posed with his arms open and with his scepter in hand. The base of this statue will seemingly show off a brick displayed base. This massive statue will be a worthy collectible for any dedicated Marvel Studios fan out there.

Loki pretty much created the Avengers and without him, our favorite heroes might have never joined forces. His statue is a beautifully crafted masterpiece that will make any Marvel collection stand out. Kotobukiya brought this version of Loki to life in an amazing way that celebrates 10 years of some of the best films around. Pre-orders are not live just yet but you will be able to find them located here. Staying in the world of the God of Mischief, don't forget to check out the recently revealed Hot Toys Avengers: Endgame figure too.

"The embodiment of the past 10 years with Marvel Studios and the 23 movies of the Infinity Saga comes to life in this 1/6 scale statue. The film "Avengers" featured a collaboration of all-star characters that was long thought to be impossible and brought about major excitement among American comic book fans worldwide. From this world renowned film, the main villain, Loki, comes to life in this all-new rendition by Kotobukiya. Adept in mind control and illusions to lead his opponents astray, Loki's stylish self wearing his daring smile is fully recreated in this voluminous 40cm statue. His cape is made of cloth and can be used to add additional charm and expression."

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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