Tony Stark is a resourceful man. Wounded, captured and forced to build a weapon by his enemies, the billionaire industrialist instead created an advanced suit of armor to save his life and escape his captors and became known to the world as Iron Man! You don’t have to build an iron super –suit to be as resourceful as Tony. You just need to pick up the new Iron Man Helmet Desk Accessory. Now you can use old ‘Shellhead’s” famous noggin to keep your desk and office supplies neat and tidy with the newest entry into Gentle Giant’s line of exciting Marvel desk accessories!
This unique, conversation-starting piece comes in the shape of Iron Man’s classic helmet and could be mistaken for a piece of art, but it contains secrets! The Iron Man Helmet Desk Accessory features two secret compartments: the first a drawer in the base large enough to hold business cards, the second is a chamber hidden behind the faceplate of the helmet. Inside the hidden compartments, you can store your push pins, post-it notes or miniature arc reactors. If you need to keep your desk organized this founding member of the Avengers can help!
Designed and crafted by Gentle Giant LTD., the Iron Man Helmet Desk Accessory is manufactured using high quality resin and materials. Each desk accessory is hand-cast, hand-painted, and hand-numbered with a limited edition certificate of authenticity.
In 1992, long time X-men writer Chris Claremont left the book and John Byrne and fan-favorite artist Jim Lee took over the creative duties for the popular comic. Jim Lee’s priority with his new art duties was getting Logan out of his brown costume and back into a variation of the blue, black and gold classic “tiger stripe” look. With the launch of X-Men Vol.2 Wolverine was back in his blue and gold costume by issue 4 and stayed with this costume for close to a decade into his X-Men Blue Team phase. The 92 Wolverine “tiger stripe” costume was also popularized for a generation because of the long-running X-Men Animated Series.
Gentle Giant celebrates almost 45 years of Wolverine with our newest 1:8th scale Collector’s Gallery Statue. The Wolverine ‘92 is the second statue in our recently announced Wolverine Collector’s Gallery series. The Wolverine ‘92 Collector’s Gallery statue comes with real metal claws, an attitude of “being the best at what he does” and is inspired by the cover art for Old Man Logan Vol. 2 #23. The Wolverine ‘92 Collector’s Gallery Statue has been digitally sculpted, and hand-painted by the amazing artisans of Gentle Giant Studios and every one comes hand numbered with a certificate of authenticity.
Dr. Ted Sallis was a humble biochemist doing research in the Florida Everglades. His goal: to recreate the legendary Super Soldier Serum that created Captain America. When terrorist organization A.I.M tries to steal the formula, Dr. Sallis destroys it and injects himself with the only samples. Tragically, he crashes his car into the swamp while attempting to escape. Left for dead. A combination of science and magic saves him, but he emerges from the bog forever changes into the monstrous MAN-THING!
This new 1:8th scale statue is inspired by artist Mike Ploog and his classic comic book cover from The Man-Thing #5 “Night of the Laughing Dead” as well as the vintage Power Records book and record set adapting the same story. The limited edition Man-Thing Collector’s Gallery Statue has been digitally sculpted, and hand-painted by the amazing artisans of Gentle Giant Studios and every one comes hand numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Whomever knows fear BURNS at the touch of the MAN-THING!
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4-LOM, a rusty droid with insect-like features, was originally a protocol droid, but logic glitches in his systems allowed him to escape and forgo his original programing and become a fearsome bounty hunter. 4-LOM is one of the bounty hunters summoned by the Empire to meet with Darth Vader aboard his mighty flagship, The Executor. 4-LOM was paired with Zuckuss to find Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon but they were beaten to their prey by fellow bounty hunter Boba Fett. Here we find 4-LOM later in his story standing in the sands of Tattooine, searching for his next bounty… but who is his prey now?
4-LOM is the fourth statue in Bounty Hunter 1:8th Collector’s Gallery line celebrating over 40 years of the Star Wars universe. Each limited edition, hand-painted piece is cast in high quality polyresin with crisp details. This statue also comes individually numbered with a matching certificate of authenticity.
Beats 1 Radio via YouTube uploaded a video on 3/12/18 titled Logic talks ‘Bobby Tarantino II,’ ‘Everybody’ and Success (watch it here: https://youtu.be/Vxe9cMp84sE) and Logic apparently is just like us…a huge Gentle Giant Fan!
Check out some still shots from the video of Mini Busts around his studio! We would love to talk to him about his collection, if anyone can connect us, e-mail us at email@example.com, we would love to follow up with him!
Imperial stormtroopers have always had a cold and stony visage, and that is why they are perfect for our new STONEWORKS line of faux marble bookends. This white, limited-edition bookend highlights the timelessness of these Star Wars icons and will add a touch of class to any collection.
Designed and embellished to create the appearance of classic stone sculpture and cast in high quality polystone, the Stormtrooper Star Wars STONEWORKS bookend is a stunning iconic piece that is worthy of display on your shelf by itself or effortlessly holding up media of your choice. Each hand-painted bookend is built on a 90 degree angle so you can choose how to display and each bookend comes with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The Stormtrooper Helmet bookend is sold as a single piece so you can mix and match a pair, or with our recently announced Darth Vader STONEWORKS bookend.