New Castlevania Alucard Statue Available Now And It’s Gorgeous
Suffice to say, a major portion of the world is binging video games, HBO, or happily viewing away on their favorite streaming service right now. Easily one of the most entertaining series on Netflix right now is Castlevania and whether you’ve thoroughly enjoyed the show or its classic RPG releases, there’s another statue to trap thirsty Alucard fans with.
Thanks to a collaborative effort between Sideshow Collectibles and Gantaku Anime, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night’s Alucard gets a stunningly detailed 1:5 scale statue that’ll have any fan waving their money at the screen. Check out the gallery below for a magnified look at the stunning design and details:
This limited edition Adrian “Alucard” Fahrenheit Tepes from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night stands 19.1 inches (48.5 centimeters) tall and weighs a whopping 14.8 pounds (6.7 kilograms). Considering the images above are only representative of the prototype, it’ll be amazing to see what the final product looks like!
As with other quality goods, this sweet boy will cost collector’s a pretty penny. Available for a noteworthy $450 (USD), Castlevania fans will definitely have to whip out that credit card to get their hands on it. While many of us aren’t going out and spending money on statues at the time, it certainly doesn’t hurt to do some browsing until life gets back to normal! Sideshow offers payment plans of $135 a month for those who can! Want to see the official page for Alucard? Check it out right here.
For other Castlevania collectibles, Sideshow also features a Dracula (Standard Edition), which is available for pre-order right now.
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