Hot on the heels of the Sub-Zero bust comes Scorpion. This is another classic MKII era design that that captures the look and feel of the damned ninja warrior perfectly. Part of DST's Legends in 3D line this Scorpion bust is 1/2 scale which gives it plenty of room for detail.
This killer bust of Scorpion is the next release in the Legends in 3D line of half-scale busts! Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, and inspired by his earliest video game appearances, the bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 1000 pieces. Packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a hand-numbered, full-color box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Salvador Gomes.
Is this another flawless victory for DST? Take a look at the bust and decide for yourself.
Slated for a fall release the bust is priced at $175.00 which is acceptable for the size and detail it has to offer. You can learn more on the DST page as well as browse their other Mortal Kombat statues.
If you are familiar with the original games, namely Mortal Kombat II you will recognize the design. This resin bust, sculpted by Salvador Gomes, brings the ice cold ninja to life with amazing detail. Something that fans of the series will appreciate. As most of you know MK got a bad rap, not just for the copious amounts of blood and violence that it threw at the gamers of the time, but due to the lifelike nature of the graphics led parent's and law makers to take notice. Since all of the characters were digitized actors (excluding Goro & Kintaro which were claymation), high tech for the time but primitive for today's standards, fatalities brought the discussion of digital murder to the forefront.
DST is known for the qality of their fan memorabilia and this bust, part of their Legends in 3D, brings all of the detail of the classic Mortal Kombat era to vibrant life.
This killer bust of Sub-Zero is the next release in the Legends in 3D line of half-scale busts! Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, the bust features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and is limited to only 1000 pieces. Packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a hand-numbered, full-color box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Salvador Gomes.
I would almost go as far as saying that this is a must have for Sub-Zero fans. But, note, I said almost. The character has almost 30 years of lore and has gone through more costume changes than Batman so for many, my Sub-Zero does not equal your Sub-Zero. That's fine though. DST has captured the look and feel of the character in his original attire, add to that the expert sculpting talents of Salvador Gomes and you have what it takes to launch a frosty attack with the iceman himself.
The PVC Mortal Kombat Diorama stands at roughly 9" and is the first-in what is hopefully a long line of-Mortal Kombat themed gallery from Diamond Select Toys which already includes Kitana from MKII.
Salvador Gomes has turned out a lot of incredible work for DST and it is quite clear that he has also been busy sculpting a companion piece for this figure. Which looks like it is currently in prototype phase. Hopefully we will see this Sub-Zero companion piece complete soon.
This one really is for the fans! No matter if you are a fan of Mortal Kombat (MKII in this case), the combined talent of designer Nelson X. Asencio and sculptor Salvador Gomes, or of the high level of quality you get from DST dioramas this PVC Kitana is for you.
Wielding her twin steel fans, Kitana wears her outfit from the Mortal Kombat II video game in this new Gallery Diorama. Made of high-quality PVC, and featuring detailed sculpting and paint applications, this approximately 9.5-inch piece comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Nelson X. Asencio, sculpted by Salvador Gomes.