First 4 Figures Announces Running Megaman Statue

First 4 Figures has just announced a brand new statue line staring no one other than Megaman. This new Running Megaman statue is based on Megaman’s classic in-game design from the legendary series by Capcom.

Megaman is a highly advanced fighting robot built by the great Dr. Thomas Light. Initially, Megaman started life as a humble human lab assistant called Rock, but took the difficult decision to upgrade his own body into a fighting machine after Dr. Light’s robotic creations were stolen and repurposed by the rogue scientist Dr. Wily. Armed with the Mega Buster arm cannon and Ceratanium armour, Megaman is tasked with finding and defeating Wily and his army of Robot Masters to stop them in their plans for world conquest.

The Running Megaman statue is portrayed sprinting on one of the conveyor belts seen in Metal Man’s stage from Megaman 2, with sparks flying as the ceratanium boots on his feet graze the surface. On his right arm, Megaman has his Mega Buster equipped on his way to the showdown with Metal Man himself.

The entire statue was cast in high-quality polystone and then finished with a variety of paining techniques to achieve am amazing appearance on the statue. From the top to the bottom of the statue it measures 15-inches.

It comes packaged in deluxe full-color packaging, with a hand-numbered base and a authenticity card with allows you to purchase the same statute number for upcoming Megaman releases.

There is also an exclusive version of the statue with LED lights implemented in several places throughout the statue and base, giving it a whole new look. The exclusive version is only available on the First 4 Figures website, which is priced at $229.99 and is limited to just 425 pieces worldwide. They also have the normal version, sans LED lights, priced at $199.99 and is limited to 1,000 pieces worldwide.

By Nick Lenihan

Nick is toy fan, geek, and action figure collector. When not geeking out about action figures and keeping up with the latest Toy News, he likes to pretend to play guitar. He's just another one of those pop culture fanatics that likes to share his passion with the world.

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