Marvel Collection Cable Fine Arts Statue

Marvel Collection Cable Fine Arts Statue


Jay Cochran - September 24, 2008
A Kotobukiya Japanese import! Blasting at you from the past (or future) is Kotobukiya's newest Fine Art Statue in the Marvel line. Protecting his charge in her armored cradle, Nathan Summers, better known to the comic-buying world as Cable, levels his rifle at an unseen future opponent.

Measuring nearly 14" tall, Cable is ably sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, and springs fully formed from the pages of his eponymous X-Men: Messiah Complex spinoff. As with all Fine Art Statues, Cable is released as a limited edition, and is numbered for added collectibility. The unnamed mutant child, the first born post M-Day, can be guarded with extra shielding, exposed in her harness, or removed altogether. Finally, Cable's trademark techno-organic left eye lights up via LED.
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ironspiderman - 2008-09-27 @ 5:47 am

Cable looks great.

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