New Michael Myers Statue from Sideshow Collectibles Captures The Shape’s Classic 1978 Look

The Shape may not be returning until October 2021, but Sideshow Collectibles is bringing Michael back to the toy shelf sooner with a brand new statue based on the original Halloween.

Sideshow and PCS Collectibles present the Michael Myers 1:4 Scale Statue, which measures a menacing 23” tall, wielding his signature silver chef’s knife as he stands on a Myers house themed base measuring 9.25” in diameter. Beneath his feet are sculpted floorboards, and around the exterior is a highly detailed, faded façade of the haunted Haddonfield home.

Four different sculpted window reliefs depict essential scenes from Michael Myers’ murderous history around the base, including Michael’s first kill as a child, the deaths of Bob Simms and Annie Brackett, and the harrowing closet attack as seen from Laurie Strode’s perspective. Rendered in sepia and detailed in three dimensions, these windows provide a horrifying view into the bloodshed Myers has brought home with him.

The Michael Myers Statue features a mixed media costume, including full fabric work coveralls, carefully tailored to capture the killer’s signature shape and size. The infamous Myers mask is sculpted onto his portrait and features synthetic hair elements that add a degree of frightening realism to this detailed figure.

The Michael Myers (Slasher) Exclusive Edition includes an alternate bloody knife that can interchange with the clean knife the killer holds. Additionally, the Slasher Edition includes an exclusive light up pumpkin proximity piece, capturing all of the frightening detail of this festive icon as seen in the film’s opening credits. Bring an extra level of terror to your collection with these exclusive additional display options.

Check out images of the polystone statue below and see many more over on Sideshow’s website. You can pre-order yours for $575 today, expected to arrive February-April 2021.

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