Marvel Universe ArtFX+ Ant-Man Statue From Kotobukiya

Marvel Universe ArtFX+ Ant-Man Statue From Kotobukiya

Jay Cochran - July 10, 2018
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! 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. You can pre-order this now at
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swede4444 - 2018-07-16 @ 4:43 am

This seems like halfway between MCU and comics. I wish they'd go with one or the other.

MarvelLegendsrule135 - 2018-07-13 @ 6:47 pm

Definitely picking this up. It looks way too cool to pass even though it's a non articulated statue.

newcollector24680 - 2018-07-13 @ 6:32 pm

Love the colors on this.

CaptainWakanda - 2018-07-11 @ 3:26 pm

I think I'll just get the Hot Toys Ant-Man figure if I want highly detailed paint work. Not a fan of the lack of movement on the statues.

GojiBill - 2018-07-11 @ 12:31 am

Looks great, but I typically avoid statues. Not sure why, but Ive always preferred the articulated collectibles.

bnash2420071 - 2018-07-11 @ 12:12 am

By reading the title I was hoping it was the MCU version of Ant-Man but this version is just as nice!

MLUK2018 - 2018-07-10 @ 8:58 pm

I'm a big fan of Kotobukia ArtFx+ statues I havequite afew of the Star Wars ones and a couple of Marvel ones. This Ant-Man figure looks good, Love the paint apps however I think I'll give this one a pass.

BURNT_TOAST - 2018-07-10 @ 7:06 pm

I'd rather get a classic blue and red suit.

sXeblues - 2018-07-10 @ 6:23 pm

Kotobukiya really knocks their statues out of the park... Ive still yet to land myself any, apart from their ARISE: Ghost in the ShellMotoko Kusanagi. And, Ant-Man probably isnt on the top of my list of ones Id wantto get my hands on. But, he still looks dynamic and cool as ever.

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