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Dungeons & Dragons Animated Series Battle Diorama Statue Series From Iron Studios

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Venture to a fantasy world with Iron Studios' Dungeons & Dragons Battle Diorama Series 1/10 Art Scale Statues! Dungeon Master is a limited edition statue that comes with a detailed hand-painted base. These are based on the 80's classic D&D animated series that aired Saturday mornings on CBS.

Connect all the Dungeons & Dragons Battle Diorama Series statues to create a huge 1/10 scale Dungeons & Dragons display! You can pre-order these now at BigBadToyStore.com.

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This company is from Brazil. I m not into statues, but people here like them very much. They're made of polystone. They look great and all, but are very fragile. The weird thing is that they you probably cost less in the US than here. 

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16 hours ago, GojiBill said:

Where’s Tiamat and Venger?

I thunk there is no plans for Tiamat at the moment. Venger is more likely to be made. I didn't see any mention of him from the company. But here this cartoon is one of the most iconic of all time, so they will make it for sure.  

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10 hours ago, Thinwheat said:

Woof! That's a bit pricey. It looks neat though. It looks very 90's to me for some reason. The colors and the character designs maybe. 

Actually the cartoon originally aired between 1983 and 1985. 

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1 hour ago, FASVB said:

Actually the cartoon originally aired between 1983 and 1985. 

One of the finest Saturday morning cartoons of the 1980s. Kids today will never know the limitations of televised child entertainment.

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2 hours ago, GojiBill said:

One of the finest Saturday morning cartoons of the 1980s. Kids today will never know the limitations of televised child entertainment.

Yes! This is an eternal classic. 

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I loved this cartoon series back in the day.. I even rewatched it like last year. It has aged pretty well in my opinion but cant see myself buying this. Im also not a statue person but this looks great! 

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