Check Out These Resident Evil 2 Collectible Statues, Each Priced At $1,349

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Starting next year, Prime 1 Studio is releasing a pair of limited-edition Resident Evil 2 statues, featuring Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield blasting zombies.

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The Claire statue is 21.6 inches high, weighing 40.5 pounds, while the Leon one is 23 inches and 46 pounds. They are priced at $1,349 and will be out internationally.

As seen in the official photos, while they are individual pieces, the statues are complementary and can be placed together.

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They are rather gruesome!

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But look at all the impressive details.

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This isn’t the only big and pricey Capcom-themed statue from Prime 1 of late. At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, a highly-realistic Devil May Cry figure was announced.

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Photo: Prime 1 Studio

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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