Ban VS King Elite Fandom Statue- Flexible Plan for Four Months
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Edition Size:777 pieces worldwide
Series:Elite Fandom Statue
Release Date: Available in Stock
Size:1/6 scale (H54.5 x W40 x D35 CM / H21.5 x W15.7 x D13.8)
Certificate of Authenticity:Signed by Figurama Collectors CEO Mr. Shanab and 3D Artist Carlos Cruz
Includes:Two portraits for King, two portraits for Ban, two left arms for Ban, two bust stands, exclusive art print
Materials: Polystone, PVC, LED
Creative Director:Mr. Shanab / Figurama Collectors Development Team
Concept Artist:Daniel Kamarudin
3D Artist/Sculptor:Carlos Cruz
Coloring Artist:Three Eyes Studio
Once revered as the strongest Holy Knights in the Kingdom of Liones, the Seven Deadly Sins were accused of inciting rebellion and murdering their superior. Branded as traitors, they scattered across Britannia for ten years to avoid capture. However, when the remaining Holy Knights incite a coup d'etat and the truth about the incident begins coming to light, the Seven Deadly Sins must unite to save the kingdom they once served.
Bandit Ban (the Fox’s Sin of Greed) and Fairy “King” Harlequin (the Grizzly’s Sin of Sloth) are bound by their connection to Elaine—King’s sister, Ban’s lover, and the Guardian Saint of the Fountain of Youth. The magical water grants immortal life to whoever drinks it. As she lays dying, Elaine gives the last of the liquid to Ban, granting him immortality and the power to stop a demon that destroys the Fairy Forest, resulting in King believing Ban stole the liquid himself after killing Elaine. The vengeful tension comes to a head when Ban and King finally recross paths ten years later…
Ban vs. King Elite Fandom Statue is the world’s first Seven Deadly Sins polystone portraying two characters in combat. Four portraits convey the emotional intensity of the fight, with King showing either vengeful rage or cold indifference toward Ban, who returns a cocky or dangerous expression as he licks blood from his canines. Bust stands bearing the symbols of the Fox’s Sin of Greed and the Grizzly’s Sin of Sloth allow the alternate portraits to be displayed attractively alongside the main piece.
Fueled by revenge, Fairy “King” Harlequin hovers weightlessly in mid-air, driving his Spirit Spear Chastiefol straight through Ban’s chest. The gaping wound and glistening splash of blood cannot stop Undead Ban, who flexes his left hand to steal King’s power with his Snatch ability or swing his swappable three-section staff in retaliation.
Beneath their feet, a replica of the Fountain of Youth’s chalice represents the foundation of their deadly conflict. The purple liquid illuminates the battle above with gorgeous LED, highlighting the medieval aesthetic of Britannia. Intricately shattered glass, variegated brick walls, creeping vines, woven textiles, splintering wood, and careening rubble showcase the anime’s Gothic and Corinthian-inspired architecture amidst the chaos of the fight. References hidden around the statue create a 360-degree viewing experience, including two tattered wanted posters and Chastiefol’s plush Guardian form. Two critical Easter Eggs lend emotional weight to the scene: The helmet gifted to King by his deceased friend, Helbram, and the final Almoca Seed entrusted to Ban by Elaine.