Venom Takes on Carnage In Iron Studios' Latest 1/10th Diorama Statues

Celebrating the launch of the upcoming sequel.

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Just ahead of the premiere of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Brazilian collectibles expert Iron Studios has unveiled its newest Venom and Carnage 1/10th scale diorama statues.

Standing almost 12 inches tall and weighing a hefty three to four pounds, the statues offer fans of both Marvel and the Spider-verse a premium collectible experience to celebrate the launch of the upcoming Venom sequel. As you’d expect from the renowned collectibles company, the new models have been crafted to exciting detail, with both symbiotic bodies bursting with powerful muscle fibers and veins and their reptilian tongues extending amid rows of sharp teeth. The two confront each other while standing on diorama bases depicting ruined brick buildings, which are complete with metal pipes, debris and a realistic weathered finish.

For those interested, Iron Studios’ Venom and Carnage 1/10 diorama statues are now available for pre-order over on Sideshow Collectibles for $210 USD each. Deliveries are currently expected for late 2022.

Elsewhere in toys, Bandai has crafted a 23-inch version of Senjuro Rengoku’s flaming sword from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

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