Gaming Heads debuts a new Doom diorama

Mar 10 // Brian Szabelski
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Knee Deep in the Dead diorama brings classic cover art to 3-D life

Sure, Gaming Heads put their Doom license to use with some cuddly plushes ... but if that's not your thing, then you might love the new Knee Deep in the Dead diorama. Based on the original game's box cover art, the diorama featured a lone space marine blasting away at the minions of hell. It's cast in polystone (so it won't be cheap) and stands 12.5 inches tall by 17 inches wide. The bullet effects are also removable, should you not want your demons being ripped apart by gunfire.

Like Gaming Heads' other works, there's two versions of this diorama available: a regular, US$374.99 version (750 piece run), and the exclusive, US$399.99 version that comes with a LED-illuminated base (350 piece run). Both versions are planned for a third quarter 2014 release. 

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