Kotobukiya's Daredevil displays fearlessly in preview

12:30 AM on 01.30.2013 // Scarecroodle

Aren't all statues incapable of fear?

Kotobukiya's upcoming 1/6 scale Fine Arts Daredevil now has a preview gallery on the company's Facebook page. The statue, previously seen at NYCC, depicts the blind vigilante in a most excellent action pose.

The NYCC photos really didn't do the statue justice. Under the proper lighting (and not tucked away behind a display case), Kotobukiya's Daredevil is quite a sight. The nearly 10.5-inch statue features fairly solid musculature and some of his costume elements have an interesting level of detail. The spectacular head-sculpt is apparently best appreciated from a lower angle which gives that mask an extra menacing look, no doubt striking fear into wrong-doers who behold him.

For those who love this statue at first sight, Kotobukiya's Fine Arts Daredevil is slated for an August release.

[ Kotobukiya's Facebook ]

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