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Gaming Heads Limited Edition “Temple of Osiris” Lara Croft Statue

Details of Gaming Heads' latest Lara Croft-themed statue

High-end collectibles and replicas manufacturer Gaming Heads is now accepting pre-orders for their latest limited edition Lara Croft statue, which will be available in Q1 2016 and on offer for $339.99 a piece.

Modelled after the Lara Croft seen in  Temple of Osiris, this awesome 1/4 scale polystone resin statue was crafted by 3D modeller and sculptor Kaushik Manna and will be limited to just 1000 pieces worldwide.


Description:

World-renowned archaeologist Lara Croft set off on an expedition to Egypt to reclaim the lost Staff of Osiris. However, she was not alone in her pursuit, as fellow treasure hunter and rival Carter Bell was also looking for the staff. Determined to claim the prize for himself, Carter hastily drew the Staff from its resting place, unleashing a curse upon himself and Lara. In order to survive, Lara had to work with Carter to avoid the wrath of Set, God of the Underworld, and escape from the Temple with the Staff in-hand.

Gaming Heads' latest exclusive Lara Croft statue

Gaming Heads’ latest exclusive Lara Croft statue (Image credit: Gaming Heads)

This dynamic and exciting statue of Lara Croft features her caught in action, leaping from a rock firing her dual-pistols straight ahead. She’s wearing her famous turquoise tank-top and cargo shorts, and her hair back in a long ponytail. The remains of an Ancient Egyptian relic are emerging from the sand behind her, and hieroglyphics line the rim of the base. From the base to the top of Lara’s head, the statue measures 18 inches tall, and is cast from polystone resin with skillfully hand-crafted details.

The statue includes deluxe, full-color packaging, a hand numbered base, and a validation card which allows you to purchase the same model number in future releases in the Tomb Raider collection.

Limited to 1000 pieces worldwide. (Source: Gaming Heads)


If this statue isn’t exclusive enough for you, Gaming Heads is also selling an “Exclusive Edition” for $359.99 a piece. The “Exclusive Edition” will be limited to just 500 pieces worldwide and will include the Staff of Osiris, which can be attached to Lara’s backpack.

Although steep by most people’s standards (including my own), this beautiful statue would be an excellent addition to any Tomb Raider fan’s collection. Head on over to Gaming Heads’ website to pre-order your statue or simply ogle some more photos of this breathtaking work of art!


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A Gibraltarian-born blogger, gamer, and archaeology enthusiast with a passion for languages and wildlife conservation. Tweets under the username @TombRaiderArch and runs the official fansite, The Archaeology of Tomb Raider.

7 Comments on Gaming Heads Limited Edition “Temple of Osiris” Lara Croft Statue

  1. I’m a statue collector and the price for this statue is actually pretty average (and normal). Many 1:4 statues (of movie and comic book characters) can go as high as $750. You have to remember that the statues are art… high-end collectibles. But I do understand… if you don’t collect 1:4 or 1:6 statues it would seem very expensive. I pre-ordered this beauty (the Exclusive with the staff) the day pre-orders opened. Being a Lara/Tomb Raider fan since the first game, I can’t wait to add it to my collection. :)And if you’d like to take a peek into my world, you can check out Sideshow Collectibles, for example… and you’ll see what I mean. 🙂

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  2. It’s expensive, in that it’s a lot of money for anything, but in terms of other 1/4 scale, it’s pretty reasonable. She looks great!

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  3. That looks awesome, but I will have to stick with my cheap $15 Lara figures!

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  4. Unless there’s one of Isis with the “Staff” of Osiris,not interested 😛

    In all seriousness, looks really cool but a bit too expensive!

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