McFarlane Toys Medevial Spawn Resin statue now up for pre-order, ships in December

Listen up all you fans of Todd McFarlane’s Spawn line-up, this one is for you. You’re familiar with Medieval Spawn, aren’t you? Yeah, I thought so, so take a look at what just crossed my virtual desk.

This is a limited edition run, so make sure that if you’re interested in this that you jump it. Standing at 17 inches all, the Medieval Spawn status is incredibly detailed, all done by hand in a cold-cast resin and paint. 

Designed by Todd McFarlane and his McFarlane Toys design group, the grandest Hellspawn of the past 20 years steps out of the Spawn comicbook in this spectacular resin statue. Each etched illustration on his armor references not only past issues of the Spawn comic book but gives a historical nod to the inaugural Spawn toy line from McFarlane Toys in 1994.

Each etched illustration on his armor references not only past issues of the Spawn comic book but gives a historical nod to the inaugural Spawn toy line from McFarlane Toys in 1994.

  • Stands over 17 inches tall and comes with Helmeted Head and Sword.
  • Cold-cast, hand painted resin statue
  • Certificate of authenticity hand-signed by Todd McFarlane
  • Certificate of authenticity highly decoration Marquee Display
  • Alternate “Hamburger” Head
  • Alternate Battle Axe Hand

Each statue will also include a certificate of authenticity on a separate base, which looks bad-ass, as it should and has Spawn’s sword jammed right through the certificate, as well as a number of the statue under the base. And remember when I said this was limited? There are only 1500 painted statues and 50 artist proofs, and you since can’t have the proofs, so you’re left to scramble over the 1500 available to you.

How much does it cost you ask? Oh, you’re impatient now I see. Well, for $295, the statue can be yours, along with free shipping and you can pre-order yours over at McFarlaneToysStore.com. As an added bonus, you won’t be charged until the statue ships, which should be sometime mid December 2015. So it could be a Christmas for someone or just yourself.

You’re welcome!

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