Resin Statuette

Resin Statuette, Marvel Super Héros : Rogue Danger Room Sessions 30 cm


Statuette in ' cold cast porcelain ' resin aprox. 30 cms on base decoration with exchangeable head. Model sculptured by Erick Sosa, finished and hand-painted in limited edition in the collection Kotobukiya Marvel Marvel Comics Fine Art.



Rogue Danger Room Sessions 30 cm 30 cm
15 x 15 x 30 cm 1000 g


Resin Statuette, Marvel Super Héros : Rogue Danger Room Sessions 30 cm © Marvel Characters Inc.



Kotobukiya expands their Danger Room Sessions lineup of Fine Art Statues based on Marvel characters with the long-awaited Rogue! Sculpted in a glorious 1/6 scale by the legendary Erick Sosa! Rogue is captured in an action pose, poised over the hand of a defeated Sentinel. Display with your choice of hairstyle with the included alternate portrait head sculpt. Anna Marie (Rogue) ran away from home and was taken in by Mystique and Destiny, whom she came to regard as surrogate parents. Rogue's mutant power first manifested when she kissed Cody Robbins. Her mind filled with his memories, and he fell into a permanent coma. Eventually realizing she could never safely live among normal people, Rogue began participating in her foster mother's criminal endeavors and came to join Mystique's Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. On her first mission, Rogue clashed with Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) and permanently absorbed the hero's memories and powers, including super-strength and flight. Distraught over her lack of control, Rogue turned to her enemies, the X-Men. Convinced of her sincerity, Professor Xavier accepted her onto the team. The Marvel Universe is the shared fictional universe where most comic book titles published by Marvel Comics take place, including those featuring Marvel's most familiar characters, such as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the X-Men, and Captain America. The Marvel Universe is further depicted as existing within a "multiverse" consisting of thousands of separate universes, all of which are the creations of Marvel Comics and all of which are, in a sense, "Marvel universes". In this context, "Marvel Universe" is taken to refer to the mainstream Marvel continuity, which is known as Earth-616.

In the same serie / same author