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Sideshow - Court of the Dead Collectibles - Gethsemoni Shaper of Flesh Premium Format Statue
Retail Price: $2300.00
Your Price: $2100.00
Your Savings: $200.00
Release Date: 3rd Quarter 2018
Preorder Dateline: While Stocks Last
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Sideshow is proud to present the Gethsemoni: Shaper of Flesh Premium Format(TM) Figure, the latest addition to our original Court of the Dead collection… And the newest version of one of the Court's most beloved characters! The Queen of the Dead stands at a stately 21” from the bottom of her colorfully macabre base of Flesh Faction magic to the tip of her imposing crown. From the tiny golden Flesh Faction symbol that hangs delicately from a chain between her breasts to the smoky eyelids of her intoxicating sneer, no detail of this figure has been left unadorned. The leader of the Flesh Faction and mother to all in the Underworld, Gethsemoni was brought to life in her nubile and commanding glory by Master Sculptor Mark Newman. "I feel she's expressing a calm, cool confidence with a splash of 'you have no idea what I'm about to unleash on you,’” says Mark, of Gethsemoni's wicked little smirk. "My favorite element of the pose is the classic Contrapposto balance in her stance - kind of pushed to the extreme without looking forced,” he adds. "She has a slinky serpent-like grace spiraling through her body in a sort of 'dance' with her swirly conjured spirit goo sifting up through the Underworld." That “dance” with her necromancy conjuring was a major anchor point for the entire figure, driving not only sculpt but also the incredibly intricate cut-and-sew on this piece. "We wanted to create a synergy between the sculpted, flowing base, her powers, and her skirts,” says Tim Hanson, manager of Sideshow’s Fabric Design Team. "The fabrics needed to flow nicely, and have that special touch of refinement by adding the bustle piece and gold trim all around. The movement and fullness of the garment was very necessary when considering the composition of the piece."

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