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Valiant’s Best Killing Machines Are Back…In Chibi Form

It appears that Valiant is getting into the collectible figure business. As part of their #Valiant2020 campaign, they’ve partnered with collectible statue company Silver Fox Collectibles (who have previously worked with the Terminator, Tarzan, and Angry Birds franchises) to produce work that ties into their comic releases. Following the success of Silver Fox’s 1:4  scale and 1:6 scale Artstyle statues of Bloodshot,  they’ve announced a new set of figures in a super-deformed “chibi” style, with an official launch at NYCC. Check out the press release below:

Valiant Entertainment is thrilled to reveal its partnership with Silver Fox Collectibles to create adorable Valiant Chibi Figures! Limited to only 500 available, this stunning box set featuring Shadowman, Ninjak, Rai, and a box set exclusive Bloodshot figure is currently available for preorder on Silver Fox Collectibles’ site. Each high-quality figure retails for $39.99 and the limited box set featuring four figures is just $139.99.

Plus: Fans at New York Comic Con can get an additional $20 off the box set! Swing by the Valiant booth (#1635) to take advantage of this exclusive discount via a QR code.

Each carefully crafted resin figure stands around four inches tall, and Rai’s iconic swords are made out of metal. Ninjak, Shadowman, Rai, and the standard Bloodshot chibi figure can be purchased separately. Check ’em out!

Ain’t he cute?

The figures are set to release later on this year.

Images via Valiant Entertainment

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  • Dan Arndt

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