Kotobukiya’s RED HULK Statue: FALL OF THE HULKS

RED HULK from FALL OF THE HULKS is the latest statue from the Japanese statue wizards at Kotobukiya! It stands a full 13-inches tall and looks as imposing as you might expect from one of the best toy houses out there.

Here’s the word direct from the studio!

The Hulk has been a staple superhero of the Marvel Comics for years, battling foes across the universe in epic storylines. In 2008 the gamma-powered powerhouse met his match in a mysterious crimson-hued mirror image: the RED HULK. Massively powerful and frighteningly intelligent, the villain has all of the Hulk’s strengths and none of his weaknesses. With a mean streak matching his might, the Red Hulk (also known as “Rulk”) has beaten many of Marvel Comics’ superheroes and remains a threat to the entire Earth in the current Fall of the Hulk story. Based on the stunning art of Ed McGuinness, the Red Hulk Fine Art Statue continues Koto’s tradition of excellence.

The unstoppable Red Hulk rampages across a blasted volcanic landscape, preparing a lethal blow for his foes. The brute is absolutely covered in rippling muscles, with muscular definition rivaling (and even exceeding) that of Bruce Banner’s gamma-powered form. The detail on the tremendous villain’s intricate sculpt highlights every sinew and fiber of his being, while the fantastic paint work emphasizes his skin’s subtle crimson gradations. A dark smoky gray appears on the Red Hulk’s shredded pants, close-cropped hair, and finger and toe nails. Gleaming white teeth stand in stark contrast to the monster’s gaping maw, while his tiny beady eyes shine with a hellish yellow.

You can display the Red Hulk in two different ways according to your preferences with two included heads; one depicts the monster grinning in evil glee, while the other is a mask of rage crisscrossed by a yellow “X.”