Kylo Ren has been a conflicted soul throughout the sequel trilogy of Star Wars. We will finally see where his story will end up with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker with its premiere this weekend. Until then, Kotobukiya is taking us back with their newest Star Wars Kylo Ren ArtFX Artist Series statue. The statue features the soon to be Supreme Leader in a new animated style look while he looks upon his helmet. The torn robe and cloak that surrounds him is a great touch too and fits this piece nicely. One cool feature is that the helmet can be swapped out for the melted Vader helmet and it brings a new vibe when attached. Not only does the statue show us, Kylo Ren, looking inward at himself but looking upon his grandfather's legacy. Does he want to continue down this path or shall he bring the dark side the new heights? This is one statue any Star Wars fan or sequel trilogy fan should own!
The ArtFX Artist Series Kylo Ren Statue is priced at roughly $137 and is set to release in May of 2020. Pre-orders are not live for him just yet but when they do you will find them here. Don't forget to check out the recently announced Rey statue that would go perfectly next to this one.
I will fulfill your Destiny.
ARTFX Artist Series Kylo Ren Cloaked in Shadows – 15,000 Yen (about $137 USD)
A new Kotobukiya Star Wars project is now here!
The first artist in this collaborative new series is Kamome Shirahama who is known worldwide for her Marvel comics cover art!
Be sure to add this special Kylo Ren™ statue from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, who is brought to life in Kamome's unique vision, to your very own collection. The original artwork that the statue is based off of will be included as an art print with this figure.
Cloaked in Shadows is the name of this work of art that Kamome Shirahama based the design of the statue off of. From the work of art's title to the posing and character design, all aspects are based off of Kamome's original concept.
The helmet in the hands of Kylo Ren can be exchanged with Darth Vader's helmet, giving fans the opportunity to display this work of art in various forms.
Keep your eyes peeled for more to come in Kotobukiya's ARTFX Artist Series.