The year is 1991, the incredible mind of James Cameron reveals an apocalyptic scenario for the fate of mankind in a war versus a machine network called Skynet. After the failure to kill the mother of the leader of human resistance Sarah Connor, played by Linda Hamilton, Skynet sends back in time an advance machine the Terminator T-1000 to kill the leader of the human resistance John Connor. The Terminator T-800 played by Arnold Schwarzenegger is sent back in time to rescue John Connor and the battle for the fate of mankind begins.
With 2 years under development in association with Studio Canal and Oak Productions Darkside Collectibles StudioTM brings to life The Terminator T-800 on motorcycle statue!
Featuring the likeness of the actor Arnold Schwarzenegger the statue captures the exact bad to the bone scene where the Terminator exits the bar, grabs the shotgun and sunglasses and rides the motorcycle.
The Limited Signature Exclusive Edition features four interchangeable portraits of the T-800 with light-up features, one pair of sunglasses, a black metallic base with light-up functions, and comes with the Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Terminator himself -Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Made in top quality polystone, this statue is fully sculpted and captures the likeness and feeling of the original Terminator T-800 model in an astonishing 1:4 scale.
The T-800 on Motorcycle Signature Edition statue will make the world's finest centerpiece for any Terminator collection!
They are out of their minds with those prices. I don't care if Arnold signed the COT or not. The 1/2 scale T-800 from Prime is less than this statue. The only thing that I love about it is the GNR ticket stub on the ground.
The overall statue is decent but definitely not worth the price. I got the XM Ghost Rider and Rising Sun Catwoman statues on 1/4 bikes for under $1000 a piece. I thought this would be $1000-1200 or maybe $1500 at the highest with Arnold’s signature.
So, it looks like ThreeZero has the Terminator License. At least for the new film. Honestly, they still have a good ways to go. A lot of their stuff is hit or miss. Not as bad as Star Ace, but still.
Anyway, it’s probably a safe bet that Hot Toys has let their rights to Terminator expire and will likely do the same concerning Alien and Predator. Star Wars and Marvel crap will only get them so far. Eventually, that cash cow will dry up.
I saw that threeZ posting on insta, they don’t look too bad just not figures I’m interested in. I hope you’re right and hot toys has let go of the terminator license and maybe alien and predator. Though I would have still liked a hot toys quality Dutch 2.0