Ever since his debut in The Flash's first season, Eobard Thawne/The Reverse Flash has risen to be arguably the most terrifying villain in the DCTV universe. And now, fans can bring their own Reverse Flash home with them, thanks to Kotobukiya.
The Japanese collectible company has released a series of photos for their upcoming The Flash-inspired Reverse Flash statue. While Matt Letscher has become known for playing the character in later episodes of The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, this statue is modeled after Thawne's first-season arc on The Flash, in which he assumed the identity of Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh).
The statue is produced as part of the company's ARTFX+ line, which has produced figures for other DC properties such as Arrow and Batman v. Superman. The statue is made on 1/10 scale, standing at 6.5 inches tall. In a rather cool feature, the statue uses LED light technology to recreate Eobard's glowing red eyes.
Additionally, the statue comes with a season one-inspired red chest emblem for the company's statue of Thawne's nemesis, Barry Allen/The Flash.
You can check out the product description for the Reverse Flash statue below.
"The deadly Reverse-Flash - a.k.a. Professor Harrison Wells, a.k.a. Eobard Thawne - slows down just long enough to be captured in this new statue based on his appearance in the hit television series! This 1/10 scale figure features light up eyes for an extra sinister appearance!"
If you're looking to get this statue for yourself, it is currently available for preorder through various retailers. The statue is set to be released in Japan this November for the price of 7,000 yen, which is around $63 USD.
Check out the Reverse Flash ARTFX+ statue in our gallery below:
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