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SDCC: Icon Heroes reveals exclusive Robotech statue

San Diego Comic Con might not be happening, but the former-exclusives keep on coming. Icon Heroes has revealed their latest, a Robotech Battloid.

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The weirdest year in the history of the SDCC (and almost everything else too) continues. With the show cancelled in the face of coronavirus, companies have been revealing their planned exclusives, and selling them online.

Icon Heroes’ offerings have been pretty cool thus far, and their latest might be their best yet. It’s a Robotech Battloid statue, and it’s limited to just 50 pieces.

Icon Heroes presents the San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Robotech VF-1J Stealth Battloid 1/42 Scale Polystone Statue! Standing approximately 14 inches tall atop a Robotech Defense Force logo base, the VF-1J Stealth features a movable head and four (4) poseable arms. Each limited edition statue is hand painted and includes a Certificate of Authenticity. 

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As you can see, you get a little extra with a statue from IH. Not just one piece, Icon Heroes seems to pack in display options. This one, for example, comes with a moveable head and 4 arms, so you can tailor its look to your preference. Pretty cool.

As mentioned too, pretty limited. Just 50 pieces means that this guy is going to fly when it hits the sale period. That starts on July 9th, though the exact time hasn’t been revealed. So if you want one, best head to the sale page for it, and pray you get your refresh in at the right time.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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