My amigos, the daysç is here!!!! The Cleric 1:4 statue from Hollywood Collectibles is up for pre order...
Check here http://www.hollywood-collectibles.com/cleric/
And the press release...
Hollywood Collectibles Group is proud to present the Cleric 1:4 Scale statue from Alterton's "Of Darkness & Damnation: The Acores and Seatas War". This impressive statue stands 22” tall, and captures the Cleric ready for action standing at the battlefield between the Ethereal and the Corporeal Worlds. The HCG Exclusive version features an additional switch out hand with the Cleric holding Valktar the Accuser’s severed head, and an 18” x 12” art print of the Cleric.
The Cleric background story
The Cleric was trained by The Seven Brothers of the Everlasting Mourning and brought back to life to become the ultimate Hound of the Seatas' Legion of Hunters. Created to chase and take down the Acores and their Breed trespassing into the Mortals' World the Cleric not only would be the most feared and respected Hunter; he would fulfill the prophecy of killing Acores' leader The Talurondar.
About Hollywood Collectibles Group:
Manufacturers of Museum quality licensed Statues, Prop Replicas and other collectibles from the pop culture world.
Their licenses include Alien, Underworld, Rocky, Rambo, Resident Evil, Batman, Star Trek, Men in Black, Marvel vs Capcom 3, Heavy Metal Magazine, Sin City, Edward Scissorhands and "24".
Alterton has been working in the toy/collectible industry for almost 10 years now. Initially as a traditional sculptor for companies such as DCDirect, Art Asylum, Diamond Select Toys and then as digital modeler for companies such as Mcfarlane toys, Pop Culture Shock, and Hollywood Collectibles Group. He has worked on many major properties including DC and Marvel Comics, Transformers, The Walking Dead, Halo, MOTU, Man of Steel, Resident Evil, and Sin City.
Now he is also developing his own unique property - "Of Darkness and Damnation".
To learn more about the background to the “Of Darkness & Damnation” saga, don't forget to visit http:www.railroadend.com
and the pics...