First 4 Figures: Life-Size Majora’s Mask prop now available for pre-order

If you’re a collector, you’ve definitely heard about First 4 Figures: they make some really high quality figures / statues based on various video games. Today, they finally started taking pre-orders for their Life-Size Majora’s Mask prop, probably one of their most impressive creations to date.

It’s a 25 inches tall life-size replica of the Majora’s Mask, which is assuredly one of the most iconic elements from the Legend of Zelda series. And this is just the beginning: this is the first Life Size replica in First 4 Figures’ The Legend of Zelda line, which implies there will be other similar statues in the future… but based on which elements? Hopefully something like the Hylian emblem!

As usual, there’s two editions available for pre-order:

Here’s some details about the Majora’s Mask Life-Size prop:

First 4 Figures is proud to present The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Life Size Replica. Regarded as a darker entry in the Zelda franchise, Majora’s Mask is set in Termina, an alternate version of the usual series setting of Hyrule, where the Skull Kid has stolen Majora’s Mask, a powerful ancient artifact.

The Majora’s Mask Life Size Replica stands at 25 inches tall from the tip of the horn to the base, making for a simply stunning display centerpiece for any Zelda fan.

Comes in deluxe full-color packaging, hand numbered base and an authenticity card that allows you to purchase the same product number for future pieces in the The Legend of Zelda Life Size Replica series.

[This is the exclusive edition of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask where LED’s are include allowing the eyes glow brightly, truly bringing the entire piece to life.]

Product Size and Weight:
Height – 25 inches (63cm)
Width – 23 inches (58cm)
Depth – 13 inches (33cm)
Weight – 8KG

And here’s some pictures of the prop (and more precisely the Exclusive Edition):

Source: First 4 Figures (see links above)



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