Kotobukiya’s Marvel Comics ARTFX+ series has brought you a range of characters, from the Avengers to the X-Men, Defenders, and more, with stunning detail in 1/10 scale. Now the spotlight returns to Earth’s Mightiest Heroes with a new series of Avengers characters based on designs by Marvel superstar artist Adi Granov. Following Black Panther and Scarlet Witch is the Astonishing Ant-Man and Wasp! Adi Granov’s art is brought to life by sculptors Junnosuke Abe (RESTORE) and Keita Misonou.
Ant-Man’s design is based on the suit used by Scott Lang after he takes over the position from Hank Pym, and Adi’s Granov’s unique photo-realistic art is expertly rendered into an original statue with a high level of detail made possible by Kotobukiya’s expert craftsmen.
In addition to the full-sized Ant-Man, this product also includes a miniature Ant-Man with an ant companion, and a miniature of the original Janet van Dyne Wasp at the shrunken-down scale shown in the concept art. These statues are the smallest items in the ARTFX+ series to-date, and are perfect for displaying alongside the other Adi Granov Avengers as they assemble to face off against Thanos!
? The shrunken down Ant-Man is the smallest item in the history of the ARTFX+ series.
? At 1/10 scale, this item looks great displayed alongside other items from the ARTFX+ series.
? This unique series is meant to be displayed in a more vertical formation rather than side by side. The figures have special bases that recreate the concept art, but due to this they do not have magnets in their feet.
? The original concept art was created by MCU designer Adi Granov. The characters have a unique design that deviates slightly from the original comics.
? The series consists of very popular characters. The final entry in the series will be Thanos.
? This item is three piece set with the 1/10 scale Ant-Man (190mm), miniature Ant-Man (30mm)and ant (100mm long), and miniature Wasp (65mm).
? The miniatures are non-scale, and were created with reference to the perspective shown in the concept art where they are near the front of the image.