Egyptian Goddess Isis Statue, Egyptian & Gods Statues, Isis Egyptian Goddess of Beauty Statue

Egyptian Goddess Isis Statue, Egyptian & Gods Statues, Isis Egyptian Goddess of Beauty Statue

Isis Egyptian Goddess of Beauty Statue

Egyptian Goddess Isis Statue hand-crafted and hand-painted. The rich colors of an Egyptian palette including rich black and faux gold, capture every detail of the Egyptian Goddess Isis. An high-quality egyptian decor, hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with durable designer resin, with fine details such as Egyptian Hieroglyphs which are painted by hand. This detailed Egyptian statue make perfect gifts for the Egyptian history buff, a goddess royal altar. Isis, the Egyptian Goddess of Marriage, Fertility, Motherhood, Magic and Medicine, was a popular Egyptian deity considered to be the mother of all Egyptian pharaohs. The Egyptian Goddess of Beauty and Protector of Children, Queen Isis spreads her wings as a fine collectible for Egyptophiles worldwide. From her cobra-skin gown to her Eye of Ra headdress, this statue is cast in quality designer resin and finely hand-painted in faux gold, ebony and the rich colors of the Egyptian palette. Isis, or Isi, in the Egyptian language Aset, is an Egyptian deity belonging to the religion of Ancient Egypt. She Goddess of life, healing, fertility, magic and medicine, she is originally from Behbeit el-Hagar, in the Nile Delta. She was originally a celestial deity, associated with royalty for having been primarily the personification of the throne as shown by her cartouche which includes the hieroglyph “Throne“, she was part of the Enneade. Isis was one of the main goddesses of the ancient Egyptian religion, whose cult spread throughout the Greco-Roman world.

She was first mentioned during her ancient reign as one of the protagonists of the myth of Osiris, in which she resurrects her husband, the Divine King Osiris, after her assassination, and creates and protects the she heir to her Horus. Her relationships with humans were based on her actions in her myth. It was believed that she helped the dead to pass into the afterlife as she had helped Osiris. She was considered the divine mother of the pharaoh, who was compared to Horus, and her maternal behavior was invoked in the healing spells. She originally had a limited function in royal and temple rites, although she was more important within funerary practices and magical texts. During the first millennium BC, Osiris and Isis became the most revered Egyptian Gods. Rulers in Egypt and Nubia began building temples mostly dedicated to Isis, and her temple in Philae was a religious center for both Egyptians and Nubians. Isis brought within herself many traits of other deities, particularly Hator, an important goddess of previous centuries. The magical powers attributed to Isis were greater than those of the other Gods, and she was said to protect the kingdom from her enemies, to rule the heavens and the natural world, and to have power over fate itself. During the Hellenistic period, when Egypt was ruled by the Greeks, Isis began to be worshiped by both the Greeks and Egyptians, along with a new god, Serapis. Their cult spread throughout the Mediterranean world.

The Greek followers of Isis attributed to her new traits taken from other Greek Gods, such as the invention of marriage and the protection of ships. Additionally, she retained strong ties to Egypt and other Egyptian gods who were popular within the Hellenistic world, such as Osiris and Harpocrates. When the Hellenistic culture was absorbed by Rome in the first century BC, the cult of Isis became part of the Roman religion. Her followers were a small part of the population of the Roman Empire, but signs of her cult have been found in many of her territories. Her cult developed distinctive festivals, such as Navigium Isidis, along with initiation ceremonies similar to those of other Greco-Roman Mystery Cults. Some of her followers claimed that Isis’s divine powers surpassed all others of the ancient world. The cult of Isis ended with the rise of Christianity during the 4th and 5th centuries AD. Her worship may have influenced some Christian beliefs and practices, such as the Worship of Mary, but the evidence for this influence is ambiguous and often controversial. Thereafter, Isis continued to appear in Western culture, particularly within modern esoteric and paganism, often as a personification of the nature or feminine aspect of divinity. Isis Egyptian Goddess of Beauty Statue measures: 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm x 6.5 inches / 16.5 cm.

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Celtic Goddess Morrigan Statue, Celtic & Gods Statues, Morrigan “Celtic Goddess of Battle Holding Crow and Sword” Statue

Celtic Goddess Morrigan Statue, Celtic & Gods Statues, Morrigan "Celtic Goddess of Battle Holding Crow and Sword" Statue

Morrigan “Celtic Goddess of Battle Holding Crow and Sword” Statue

This Celtic Goddess Morrigan Statue is an impressively detailed statue depicting the Goddess Morrigan in a flirtatious celtic dress with a crow in her hand standing holding a sword. Expertly crafted of cold cast bronze in strikingly sculpted detail. Mixing bronze powder with resin gives it an authentic metal look with a stunning antique bronze finish and you’ll marvel at the colored effects. The Morrigan is depicted here wearing a daring blue dress, holding a sword and ready for battle. A crow swoops down to perch on the soft landing of her open palm. Her hair is long with 2 braids in the front and worn loose, allowing her wavy tendrils to flow freely. A striking must-have piece rich with celtic symbols and a thoughtful gift for anyone into nature religions. The Morrigan or Mórrígan, also known as Morrígu, is a figure from Celtic Mythology. The name is Mór-Ríoghain in Modern Irish, and it has been translated as “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen“. The Morrígan is mainly associated with war and fate, especially with foretelling doom, death, or victory in battle. In this role she often appears as a crow, the Badb. She incites warriors to battle and can help bring about victory over their enemies.

The Morrigan encourages warriors to do brave deeds, strikes fear into their enemies, and is portrayed washing the bloodstained clothes of those fated to die. She is most frequently seen as a goddess of battle and war and has also been seen as a manifestation of the earth and sovereignty-goddess, chiefly representing the goddess’s role as guardian of the territory and its people. The Morrigan is often described as a trio of individuals, all sisters, called “The 3 Morrigna“. Membership of the triad varies, sometimes it is given as Badb, Macha, and Nemain while elsewhere it is given as Badb, Macha, and Anand (the latter is given as another name for the Morrigan). It is believed that these were all names for the same goddess. The 3 Morrigna are also named as sisters of the 3 land goddesses Ériu, Banba, and Fódla. The Morrigan is described as the envious wife of The Dagda and a shape-shifting goddess, while Badb and Nemain are said to be the wives of Neit.

She is associated with the banshee of later folklore. In the sources, the name of the Morrigan is always preceded by the definite article (an Mórrígan or an Mórrígu). As for its etymology, it goes back to an older Irish name, Mór Ríoghain, which literally translates as “great queen” (from mór, “great“, and rígan, “queen“). This meaning is the same as the name of the Ancient Indo-European Goddess Rigantona, to whom the name of the Morrigan is sometimes referred to. Alternatively, the first element of Mór Ríoghain can also be identified with the Germanic mahr (“nightmare“, the same root as nightmare), meaning “Queen of Ghosts“. Traditionally, her name was also linked to the Celtic word morSea“, a connection generally rejected by modern linguists, the name of the Fairy Morgana probably goes back to this element, which is sometimes linked to the same Morrigan. Morrigan “Celtic Goddess of Battle Holding Crow and Sword” Statue sizes: 6.5 inches / 16.5 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 10.25 inches / 26 cm.

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Tiki Guard Totem Statue, Tiki & Totem Statues, Tiki Guard Totem Solar Powered Statue

Tiki Guard Totem Statue, Tiki & Totem Statues, Tiki Guard Totem Solar Powered Statue

Tiki Guard Totem Solar Powered Statue

Tiki Guard Totem Statue automatically illuminates by LED. There is a solar panel on Tiki’s head that can absorb solar energy to reserve electricity. During the day, the solar panel collects the sun’s energy and converts it into electrical power that is stored in the rechargeable battery. At night, the light-sensing technology automatically illuminates the solar fixture. Light will flicker like flames. Tiki will protect your courtyard like a guard! Hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with durable designer resin, this Tiki Statue is topped with sun-resistant, full-color paint. The Tiki is part of a belief that is based on a typically Polynesian Spiritual Concept. Originating from the Marquesas Islands, this spirituality is spread throughout Oceania through the personification in the forms of statues in lava rock, wood and even human bones. These representations are present in different forms, considered heritage of oceanic art, such as jewels and tattoos with still mystical meanings. Some of these representations are faces with large round eyes engraved and painted on stones, some even representative of the Maori Gods. The term Tiki can be translated simply as “effigy” and refers precisely to the “image of something“, often the embodiment of large carvings and stone artifacts of volcanic origin, which portray typical humanoid forms. According to Polynesian legends, there is a spirit in every Tiki. The carvings often serve to mark the boundaries of sacred or significant places.

Tikis were also phallus figurines that women hung around their necks as a ward against infertility. Over the centuries this ancient culture has been dispersed and influenced by the colonization of the first explorers and the attempt to convert the native inhabitants by missionaries from the new world, enveloping ancient traditions and spiritual representations in mysticism. We owe much of the knowledge of these cultures to the interest of the first great explorers who, driven by their vocation for exploration and knowledge, meticulously described these primitive cultures, but also to the inspiration of numerous artists and writers of the old world, who, one above all Gauguin, fascinated by the heavenly and oceanic environments, by human life in symbiosis with the naturalness of the oceanic islands, they reproduced and described the “Tiki Culture” in their works. But the spirituality of the Tiki re-emerges after about 2500 years in American Culture, with the birth of the exotic mixing of Don the Beachcomber. In particular, the use of Tiki Mugs after the 1950s was intended to entertain and amaze the clientele of exotic locales through the re-enactment of ancient Polynesian mysticism. All this has contributed to reactivating a great attention and research also for the ancient populations of the Tiki. Tiki Guard Totem Solar Powered Statue measures: 2.5 inches / 6 cm x 1.5 inches / 4 cm x 6.5 inches / 17 cm.

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Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, from Super Dragon Ball Heroes comes a 9th Anniversary statue of Super Saiyan 4 Xeno Gogeta. Xeno Gogeta is the fusion between Xeno Goku and Xeno Vegeta using the Fusion Dance. He is the alternate world counterpart of Gogeta. Soaring through the air, Gogeta is gearing up for a powerful attack. Born as a character belonging to alternate stories such as Dragon Ball Z: The Diabolical Warrior of the Underworld and Dragon Ball GT, he is inserted into the main continuity with the movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Gogeta is very famous for his incredible power and speed and, as with his counterpart created with the Potara Fusion, Vegetto, is regarded as one of the strongest characters in the series. Being a dance fusion of Metamor, Gogeta wears the same clothes as Gotenks, that is, those of the planet Metamor. The only difference between his costume and Gotenks’ is the color combination of the vest: Gogeta’s is black instead of Gotenks’ light blue, plus the padding at the neck is orange rather than yellow. Last difference, however, has been eliminated in its version present in Dragon Ball Super. Gogeta looks a lot like Vegetto, but in the forehead instead of having 2 tufts, he only has 1. His build looks like Goku’s, while in his face there are many of Vegeta’s features.

Metamor’s Dance (also called fusion dance) is a precise set of positions and movements that allow 2 distinct individuals to unite into a single being, endowed with a power enormously superior to that of those who perform the technique. It was invented by the Metamorian warriors of the Planet Metamor, who taught it to Goku in the afterlife, in the period between the narrative arc dedicated to Cell and that of Majin Buu. For the fusion to take place, the strength and build of the 2 performers must be similar. The warrior created will resemble those who generated him while the clothing will be that of the warriors of Metamor, consisting of a black and short vest, with rounded golden decorations, tight black cuffs, wide white trousers, held by a wide blue band. Gogeta, in his first appearance, has a completely different personality from that of Vegetto, even if it is difficult to define which is the dominant personality between that of Goku or Vegeta.

When Goku and Vegeta merge in Dragon Ball GT, Gogeta has, instead, a personality similar to that of Vegetto and in the fight he “plays” with the enemy and makes fun of him. This transformation is seen in Dragon Ball GT, in which Goku and Vegeta battle Super Yixinglong at the Super Saiyan 4 stage. Too strong for the 2 Saiyans, Vegeta asks Goku to merge, creating a powerful Gogeta beyond belief. Unlike Goku and Vegeta Super Saiyan 4, Gogeta has inverted colors, that is, brown fur and red hair, with blue eyes like Vegeta. Unlike the fight with Janenba, in this form he is bold and impertinent. After realizing that he is much stronger than the dragon, instead of annihilating him immediately he makes fun of him by even making him a Kamehameha Bluff. The power of him is beyond all limits so as to consider himself the most powerful being in the series. His only weakness is the duration of the fusion as he can only stay for 10 minutes (instead of the normal 30) due to the immense energy he wastes to maintain form. He splits just as he was about to deliver the final blow to Super Yixinglong. Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue sizes: 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 7 inches / 18 cm.

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Wood Owl Statue, Animals & Owls Statues, Brown Kadam Wood Owl Statue

Wood Owl Statue, Animals & Owls Statues, Brown Kadam Wood Owl Statue

Brown Kadam Wood Owl Statue

This Wood Owl Statue is handmade by an artisan. A truly unique work of art, lovingly crafted by hand, with hand-carved wood. The natural quality of the wood in this piece is showcased by the care put into carving it. A style of ornamental latticework, usually geometric, traditionally used in Indian architecture. The delicate lattice pattern in this piece pays homage to the Jali architectural tradition. Feathery details embody the wisdom the Owl in this original Statue. Carved by hand from Kadam Wood, the piece is sculpted in classic Jali, or openwork with a tiny owl inside the latticed body. This Owl Statue masterfully demonstrates both contemporary design and ancient technique from India. The art of making sandalwood boxes is extremely intricate and detail oriented, thus requiring skilled workmanship. The intricate carving is done with an iron needle. Eyesight is a particular characteristic of the Owl that aids in nocturnal prey capture. Owls are part of a small group of birds that live nocturnally, but do not use echolocation to guide them in flight in low-light situations. Owls are known for their disproportionally large eyes in comparison to their skulls.

An apparent consequence of the evolution of an absolutely large eye in a relatively small skull is that the eye of the owl has become tubular in shape. This shape is found in other so-called nocturnal eyes, such as the eyes of Strepsirrhine Primates and Bathypelagic Fishes. Since the eyes are fixed into these sclerotic tubes, they are unable to move the eyes in any direction. Instead of moving their eyes, owls swivel their heads to view their surroundings. Owls‘ heads are capable of swiveling through an angle of roughly 270°, easily enabling them to see behind them without relocating the torso. This ability keeps bodily movement at a minimum, thus reduces the amount of sound the owl makes as it waits for its prey. Owls are regarded as having the most frontally placed eyes among all avian groups, which gives them some of the largest binocular fields of vision. Owls are farsighted and cannot focus on objects within a few centimeters of their eyes. These mechanisms are only able to function due to the large-sized retinal image. Thus, the primary nocturnal function in the vision of the owl is due to its large posterior nodal distance, retinal image brightness is only maximized to the owl within secondary neural functions. These attributes of the owl cause its nocturnal eyesight to be far superior to that of its average prey. Brown Kadam Wood Owl Statue measures: 8.25 inches / 21 cm x 4.3 inches / 11 cm x 2.2 inches / 5.5 cm.

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Inspirational Butterfly Statue, Animals & Butterflies Statues, Inspirational Butterfly Metal Wall Art Statue

Inspirational Butterfly Statue, Animals & Butterflies Statues, Inspirational Butterfly Metal Wall Art Statue

Inspirational Butterfly Metal Wall Art Statue

This Inspirational Butterfly Statue was made with durable high grade metal iron and with vivid “non-toxic” painting, with an emphasis on quality and attention to detail, it’s very special, unique and original. Nature inspired colorful butterfly wall art, good ideal design for indoor and outdoor decorate. The colorful patterns on many Butterfly Wings tell potential predators that they are toxic. Hence, the genetic basis of wing pattern formation can illuminate both the evolution of butterflies as well as their developmental biology. The color of butterfly wings is derived from tiny structures called scales, each of which have their own pigments. In Heliconius Butterflies, there are 3 types of scales: yellow/white, black, and red/orange/brown scales. Some mechanism of wing pattern formation are now being solved using genetic techniques. For instance, a gene called cortex determines the color of scales, deleting cortex turned black and red scales yellow. Mutations, e.g. transposon insertions of the non-coding DNA around the cortex gene can turn a black-winged butterfly into a butterfly with a yellow wing band. Inspirational Butterfly Metal Wall Art Statue measures: 12.6 inches/ 32 cm x 1.8 inches/ 4.5 cm x 12.6 inches/ 32 cm.

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Steampunk Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue, Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Tritonia Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue

Steampunk Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue, Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Tritonia Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue

Steampunk Tritonia Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue

Take your love of Steampunk style to new depths with this Steampunk Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue based on the first truly usable nautical scuba gear used in the 1930’s to explore the wreck of the sunken RMS Lusitania. Sculpted with great detail from its flexible joints to pressurized helmet, this high quality statue is hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with durable designer resin, is cast exclusively in quality designer resin and hand painted in an antique brass finish. Steampunk style with rivets, joints, tubes and pincers, all highlighted by the antique brass finish, this diving suit will fit right in with your other neo-Victorian steampunk collectables. An Atmospheric Diving Suit (ADS) is a small one-person articulated submersible which resembles a suit of armour, with elaborate pressure joints to allow articulation while maintaining an internal pressure of one atmosphere. An ADS can enable diving at depths of up to 2,300 feet (700 m) for many hours by eliminating the majority of significant physiological dangers associated with deep diving. The occupant of an ADS need not decompress, and there is no need for special gas mixtures, so there is little danger of decompression sickness or nitrogen narcosis when the ADS is functioning properly. An ADS can permit less skilled swimmers to complete deep dives, albeit at the expense of dexterity.

Atmospheric Diving Suits in current use include the Newtsuit, Exosuit, Hardsuit and the WASP, all of which are self-contained hard suits that incorporate propulsion units. The Hardsuit is constructed from cast aluminum (forged aluminum in a version constructed for the US Navy for submarine rescue), the upper hull is made from cast aluminum, while the bottom dome is machined aluminum. The WASP is of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) body tube construction. The underwater environment exerts major physiological stresses on the diver, which increase with depth, and appear to impose an absolute limit to diving depth at ambient pressure. An atmospheric diving suit is a small submersible with a pressure hull which accommodates a single occupant at an internal pressure of about one atmosphere. The provision of hollow arm spaces with pressure resistant joints to carry manually operated manipulators, and usually separate leg spaces, similarly articulated for locomotion, makes a suit resemble a bulky suit of plate armour, or an exoskeleton, with elaborate joint seals to allow articulation while maintaining internal pressure. Steampunk Tritonia Atmospheric Diving Suit Statue sizes: 3 inches/ 7.5 cm x 4 inches/ 10 cm x 8 inches/ 20.5 cm.

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Giraffe Vase Statue, Animals, Giraffes & Vases Statues, Giraffe Blowing Bubbles Vase Statue

Giraffe Vase Statue, Animals, Giraffes & Vases Statues, Giraffe Blowing Bubbles Vase Statue

Giraffe Blowing Bubbles Vase Statue

The Giraffe Vase Statue is a creative decoration vase for dried flowers, silk flowers, artificial flowers, or real flower. Add a little joy and happiness with this Giraffe Blowing Bubbles Vase. With or without flowers, this adorable flower pot is destined to catch your attention and bring a little fun to any room of the house. The name “giraffe” has its earliest known origins in the Arabic word zarāfah perhaps borrowed from the animal’s Somali name geri. The Arab name is translated as “fast-walker“. In early Modern English the spellings jarraf and ziraph were used, probably directly from the Arabic, and in Middle English orafle and gyrfaunt, gerfaunt. The Italian form giraffa arose in the 1590s. The modern English form developed around 1600 from the French girafe. “Camelopard” is an archaic English name for the giraffe, it derives from the Ancient Greek (kamēlopárdalis), from (kámēlos), “camel“, and (párdalis), “leopard“, referring to its camel-like shape and leopard-like colouration. Giraffe Blowing Bubbles Vase Statue sizes: 5.5 inches / 3 cm x 5 inches / 3 cm x 9 inches / 3 cm.

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Self Love Spirit Goddess Statue, Love & Symbolic Statues, Self Love Spirit Healing Goddess Statue

Self Love Spirit Goddess Statue, Love & Symbolic Statues, Self Love Spirit Healing Goddess Statue

Self Love Spirit Healing Goddess Statue

This Self Love Spirit Goddess Statue is made of 100% high-quality resin, solid, weighted well, moisture resistant and corrosion resistance, exquisite workmanship, does not fade. Exquisite workmanship and very realistic design will add a beautiful scenery to your spaces. Goddess Statue is an imaginative decorative art work for the home and office. The simple and generous geometric design of this creative goddess statue depicts the goddess of healing, hope, honor and harvest that represents the natural cycle of the sacred woman. Remind yourself or your loved one of the inner strength and beauty. Our light shines through the cracks and wounds of our bodies. Although the world is full of pain, we can also overcome it, this is a beautiful gift that reminds us of the light in our hearts. The expression self-love has the generic meaning of “self-love” understood as an autonomous behavior of respect for one’s human condition. It is a natural feeling to be evaluated positively since it is aimed at the self-preservation of the individual, “that strong affirmation that nature inspires us for ourselves“, but becomes a “negative principle, since, arising from the comparison with the others, is configured as a social feeling and is therefore subordinate to opinion… As soon as, in fact, one gets into the habit of measuring oneself with others and going out of oneself to assign oneself the first and best place, it is impossible not to feel aversion for everything that prevents us from being everything“.

Learning to love yourself is important to living happier and healthier in every aspect of your life. Loving yourself means accepting yourself as you are, in the present moment. And to do so it is also necessary to forgive yourself. In fact, it happens that we are overwhelmed by situations that we perceive beyond our control: in these cases, in psychology we speak of an external locus of control, which can also lead to learned helplessness. Anger, resentment, hatred, frustration, and guilt are just some of the emotions we might be turning to ourselves. All this often leads to a negative self-evaluation, so much so that it prevents us from forgiving ourselves. ‍Only by learning to become aware of who we are and to understand that making mistakes is normal and that imperfections belong to each of us, will we be able to forgive ourselves and love ourselves. The truth is, there is only one person you spend every second of every day of your life with: yourself. Learning to love yourself can be a long and complicated process, but it will also lead to greater freedom and self-awareness. Self Love Spirit Healing Goddess Statue sizes: 3.7 inches / 9.5 cm x 2.36 inches / 6 cm x 6.7 inches / 17 cm.

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Alucard Statue, Video Games & Castlevania Statues, Alucard “Castlevania: Symphony of The Night” Statue

Alucard Statue, Video Games & Castlevania Statues, Alucard "Castlevania: Symphony of The Night" Statue

Alucard “Castlevania: Symphony of The Night” Statue

This Alucard Statue is highly detailed and capturing the Gothic fantasy style from the Castlevania series, “Castlevania: Symphony of the Night“, and a die-cast sword, plus an authentication card. Adrian Fahrenheit Țepeș (Adorian Fārenhaitsu Tsepeshu), better known as Alucard (Arukādo), is a fictional character in Konami’s Castlevania series of video games. His first appearance in the series was in the 1989 game Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse, but he is best known for his role in the critically acclaimed Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, released in 1997. In the series, Alucard is the son of Dracula, the antagonist of the Castlevania series. Due to his human mother, Lisa, Alucard is a dhampir, a half-human, half-vampire. His mother’s death and admonition not to hate humanity caused him to take up arms against his father. In Dracula’s Curse and Castlevania Legends, he fights against his father alongside the vampire hunters of the Belmont clan, and he is featured as the protagonist of Symphony of the Night. As the offspring of an unnatural bond between Dracula and a human woman named Lisa, Alucard had special powers and was destined to be stronger than any human but not potentially as strong as his father. After Lisa was killed, having been mistaken for a witch, Alucard grew up under the influence of his father, whence he was taught in the dark arts and molded into a warrior who would one day fight for the side of evil.

Alucard‘s existence did not come without quirks, as the gentle, human side of his mother always seemed to cloud his “better judgement“, as Dracula would have put it. At her death, Alucard was by his mother’s side. She insisted that he not take his anger at her death out on the humans, as their lives are already full of hardship. With those words, she had a profound influence on Adrian’s thinking. His mind wandered as he questioned his father’s will. After standing by for as long as he could, he broke away from his father’s army and disappeared. Understanding that Dracula was going to impose his wrath on the people, Alucard would turn his efforts toward destroying his father’s army, hopefully encouraging him to reconsider. Furthermore, he chose to go under the name “Alucard“, Dracula’s name in reverse, to represent that he stood for beliefs opposite those of his father. Alucard is an adept swordsman and typically wields one-handed swords. Alucard’s other attacks use dark magic. As a shapeshifter, Alucard can change himself into a bat, a wolf, or even mist.

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Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue, Movies & Marvel Universe Statues, Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue

This Hulkbuster Mark XLIV (44) Statue depicts the main suit featured in Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Hulkbuster Armor that can be deployed from orbit, forming a protective shell around the Mark 43. This Hulkbuster is a 75% die-cast metal, fully articulated figurine with articulated systems and mechanisms throughout its suit. The armor features over 60 points of articulation, and LED lights in various parts of the suit, including eyes, chest Arc Reactor, palms, back, knees, calves, and soles. The Mark XLIV Hulkbuster statue contains showroom quality gloss and matte metallic paints with protective coating, and a spring-loaded mechanical chest reveals the Iron Man Mark 43 base armor which features its own LED lighted eyes and chest Arc Reactor. Forearm battle gear retracts and springs forward to recreate your favorite Hulkbuster poses and battle actions as seen in the Avengers. The Mark XLIV (Mark 44), also known as Hulkbuster is an Extra Heavy-Duty Modular Armor created by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner as a security safeguard in the event of an uncontrollable Hulk rampage. The armor works by attaching itself to the base armor of the Mark XLIII (Mark 43). The armor was featured in Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, wherein it was used through Veronica’s activation to subdue a rampaging Hulk in South Africa. Its design was completely based on the Hulkbuster Armor from the comic books, confirming that this is the same armor with the same name as the one from the comics.

The Mark XLIV is extremely large in size. The armor has a dark red tone as its overall plating color, along with golden plates in various areas of its structure. It is covered with layered pieces of metal and has multiple Arc Reactors around its body. The Hulkbuster is 11 feet / 3.3 meters high, which makes it the tallest armor to date. Its height is 3 feet / 1 meter taller than the Hulk. Aside from its height, it is also the heaviest armor existing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Hulkbuster is a modular armor wherein armor pieces are attached to a base armor making it much bigger. The armor is an extension of the Mark XLIII, allowing it to be bigger and stronger than the normal armor. It has approximately 11 Arc Reactors and a stronger repulsor-system to sustain flight. The Hulkbuster also has an energy-strength system to make it even stronger than the Hulk. It’s armor plates have been upgraded to withstand the attacks of the Hulk and there is a storage satellite nicknamed “Veronicathat contains replacement pieces of armor to replace those damaged in battle. It also fits a normal Iron Man Suit inside of it. The “Hulkbuster System” instead is very similar to the original Mark 43, it does contain “ to help with its needs, as well “Veronica” which controls the airborne modular parts pod. Hulkbuster Iron Man Mark XLIV (44) Statue sizes: 4 inches / 10 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm x 11 inches / 28 cm.

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Disney Angel Statue, Cartoons & Disney Statues, Disney Angel “Experiment 624” Statue

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Disney Angel “Experiment 624” Statue

This Disney Angel Statue is full of spunk and optimism, an eccentric work of art that will be the eye-catching center pieces of any collection. Romero Britto is best known for his bold and vibrant use of colorful patterns and this Disney by Britto statue is a fantastic representation of his artistry. Angel, aka Experiment 624, and Stitch’s female counterpart. Britto maintains her predominantly pale pink coloring while throwing in splashes of bright colors throughout. She’s finished off with a pink heart icon in her ear. Angel, aka Experiment 624, is an illegal genetic experiment created by Jumba Jookiba. She is Stitch’s love interest, mate (or “boojiboo” as they call each other), and female counterpart. From Stitch! onward, she is also considered to be a major character in the Lilo & Stitch franchise. She is designed to turn people and experiments from good to evil. Programmed with a special musical neuro-linguistic behavioral modification trigger, she sings a siren song to turn her victims evil. The effects can be reversed by chanting the evil song backwards. She was found by Gantu, who used her against Lilo and Stitch until she turned on him, leading him to capture her in retaliation. She was later rescued in “Snafu“. After her rescue, she became an intergalactic singing sensation and Stitch’s truelove. Her demanding career requires her and Stitch to maintain a long-distance relationship.

Angel is shown to be seductive and deeply enamored with Stitch. She is generally friendly, but sometimes she can be downright nasty. Since being reformed, her sweeter side shows a lot more. She has a very feminine voice and has been noticed flirting with the other experiments, until Stitch eventually wins her heart. Oddly enough, Reuben also has a crush on Angel, though she has shown extreme displeasure towards him. Angel was taught the meaning of love and ʻohana by Lilo & Stitch, and would do just about anything for them. She has even helped Stitch out of trouble on several occasions. Angel’s song causes any formerly evil person who hears it (including rehabilitated experiments created before her) to revert back to evil. Also, when Angel’s song is sung backwards, it will have the opposite effect (turning evil people and previous experiments to good). However, experiments that were created after her, like Stitch, Reuben, 627, and Leroy, are immune to her song. “Akootah chi meetoh igata no mootah, naga to nala itume tidooka“. “Heed me, you are in my power. Henceforth, nothing shall be too cruel or too abominable for you. You cannot escape”. Disney Angel “Experiment 624” Statue measures: 6.3 inches / 16 cm x 5.1 inches / 13 cm x 7.7 inches / 19.5 cm.

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