With single-minded intent, a red masked man strides forward, weapons in his grip, ready to strike at a moment’s notice. The sharp lethal lines of his body draw an angry red lash in the fabric of reality that speaks of a man who wasn’t above violence if you stood in his path of vengeance. Decked in sleek armour and armed with an array of dual weapons, one could almost hear the clicking sounds of his armoured boots as it echoes off the ruined tiles of the bathhouse.
With his haori (traditional Japanese hip-length jacket worn over a kimono) dyed a signature red, triangular striped pattern at the sleeves and helm, Red Hood depicted here dons on a set of robes that resembles the distinct blue uniform worn by The Shinsengumi.
The base of the sculpt reveals a traditional Japanese bathhouse setting: a battered blue ゆ noren, ruined ceramic tiles with what seems to be a house crest etched on it, a fallen wooden bath bucket that is spilling strange green liquid… what could it possibly be? Or, more importantly, what is our Red Hood doing here?
A) 3 Headsculpt switchouts: 1 of the iconic red domed helmet, 1 half mask, 1 tengu inspired mask
B) 3 sets of right and left hand switchouts: 2 of which are dual katana, dual sai
C) Crafted in polystone.
D) Each handcrafted statue is individually hand-painted with high quality finish
A) Foo Tze Wei (2D)
B) Marc-Antoine Senecal (3D)
C) XM Design and Development Team
Product and Box Dimensions:
Estimated Product Size: L 38.5 cm x B 33 cm x H 53 cm, 9.5kg
Box Size: L 62 cm x B 52 cm x H 46.5cm, 16.5kg