The Statue of Darth Maul

"Today we're taking a look at the Kotobukiya Japanese import. The 1/7th scale Star Wars ArtFX series, the Sith master of the double-bladed lightsaber, Darth Maul. Appearing in Episode I: A Phantom Menace, Maul, an alien Zabrak, was the first member of the Sith to act openly in recorded history, ruthlessly attacking the Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi."
While he may not have survived past that film, Darth Maul left a lasting impression on fans with his unique appearance and amazing lightsaber skills. And most importantly, He returns in the animated series, The Clone Wars, as well as the Disney series Star Wars Rebels. This Statue was Inspired by Katsushika Hokusai's traditional Japanese ukiyo-e style, the Sith warrior balances atop a rocky outcropping in a samurai-like pose. Stripped to the waist, the Zabrak wears a tattered robe that twists and flows with incredible sculpted detail. In his state of undress Maul reveals a body covered in intricate Sith tattoos, while his snarling face captures his hatred for the Jedi and the all-consuming rage in his heart. Of course, no version of Darth Maul would be complete with his blood red double-bladed lightsaber, and this one even has a special light up feature. Sculpted by Junnosuke Abe, Darth Maul stands approximately 11". With its detailed construction and unique styling, this Sith menace is a snap-fit kit that can be put together easily in seconds without glue or modeling skill. If you like this video then you can subscribe the author's channal!
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