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DEADPOOL Breaks the Fourth Wall in This Effects-Heavy Statue

DEADPOOL Breaks the Fourth Wall in This Effects-Heavy Statue

Ask a kid to explain the appeal of Deadpool, and they’ll probably tell you it’s that he’s a cool ninja-looking dude with swords and guns who’s great in a fight. Ask an adult, and they’ll talk about how he’s known for “breaking the fourth wall,” a stage term that essentially means acknowledging you are part of a work of fiction and talking directly to your audience.

This new Deadpool statue from Good Smile not only incorporates both aspects, but it also has the Marvel Merc with a Mouth literally breaking the fourth wall (the implied “wall” between audience and story) by busting through the pages of a comic into our world.

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Even in three dimensions, he retains the “cel-shading” textures of computer-colored art, and his bullets, now solid, maintain a “BLAM BLAM” sound effect. Below him, the pages of his comic scatter as a torn scrap of paper still sticks to his boot from where he kicked his way into reality. Also, the comic pages are now on fire.

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As part of Marvel’s Age of Heroes exhibit in Tokyo, a variant with different colored guns will be available for those lucky enough to make it. Elsewhere in the world, the regular version will run you around $220 at all the usual online and retail stores.

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The statue stands just shy of ten inches tall, and is detailed back to front. Sculpted and painted by Koji Toshiro, it’s based on a design concept by Shigeto Koyama. It now awaits a fifth wall–your own, at home, on which you will find shelf space for it.

Is this the coolest Deadpool statue yet? Let us know what you think, below.

Images: Good Smile

 

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