A Kotobukiya import, STORM looks great as the latest Bishoujo statue. Take a look:
On a whirlwind-shaped base, Storm stands an impressive 12 inches tall as she wields the power of lightning against a foe. This PVC statue figure is based on an original character design by Shunya Yamashita and the costume designed by David Cockrum. Definitely one for X-Men fans or collectors of the anime-inspired Marvel line!
The “stunning pillar of the X-Men team”, Storm is truly a force of nature.
Featuring a real fabric cape and interchangeable hands, Ororo has never looked better. This impressive figure not only pays tribute to one of her most iconic costumes, but stands at a whopping 20 inches tall, making it a commanding addition to your display shelf.
X-Men team leader STORM swoops in to join the Marvel Select collection!
As an 8-inch figure on an X-marked display, she looks incredible, every detail of her costume perfectly rendered and the sculpting impeccable. If you’re a fan of the character or a collector of the comics, you’ll definitely want to snag this new addition.
Iron Fist (redeco), Psylocke, Storm, Patriot, Thunder Age Thor and Shadowland Daredevil make up the sixth wave of Marvel Universe’s 2011 line of 3.75-inch figures. As per usual, you can get these guys individually or as a complete set if you’re a collector. This series has an especially awesome look, as a kind of metallic sheen makes the outfits stand out all the more.
These guys are currently available for pre-order, but you don’t need to worry about the wait– they’re coming out later this month!
Shipping in the 3rd quarter of this year is a brand new, 17-inch STORM Comiquette, part of the Women of Marvel collection. A return to her punky look of yesteryear, Storm rocks the mohawk and looks beautiful, confident and powerful as she gazes up at the sky.
Based on the stunning work of Jelena Djurdjevic, it’s a great addition to the display shelf of any Marvel fan and part of a line that seems way overdue. Can’t wait to see what else the line’s got in store!
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There are over 100 different missions Improv Everywhere has executed since 2001 in New York City. Others include the Frozen Grand Central, the Food Court Musical, and the famous No Pants Subway Ride, to name a few. Visit their website to see tons of photos and video of all of their work, including behind the scenes information on how their videos were made.
They staged a reenactment of the first Princess Leia / Darth Vader scene from Star Wars on a New York City subway car.
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