Critical Role fans have a new collectible to look forward to, as Dark Horse reveals a new mini-bust featuring the characters Grog Strongjaw, Pike Trickfoot, and Scanlan Shorthalt. All three Critical Role icons are immortalized in one epic bust.
IGN can exclusively debut the first images of the Grog, Pike and Scanlan Bust. Get a closer look at this dynamic piece in the slideshow gallery below:
Critical Role: Vox Machina Grog, Pike and Scanlan Bust – Preview Gallery
Here’s Dark Horse’s official description for the bust:
Two tankards in hand, overflowing with much-needed ale, Grog and his two favorite gnomes are having a table-busting good time! Scanlan, using the half-giant brawler as a stage, is seen belting out one of his famous magical melodies. Pike finds comfort perched on her buddy’s shoulder. Carved into a table plank, you’ll find the letters “BBFL” (Best Buddies For Life) to commemorate their friendship. The entire crew stands approximately 6.5″ inches tall and is a must-have for any Critter looking to expand their party.
The bust is sculpted by Tommy Hodges and painted by J.W. Productions. It’s designed to fit alongside Dark Horse’s previous Critical Role bust, which features Vex’ahlia and Vax’ildan in similarly dynamic poses.
The Grog, Pike and Scanlan Bust is priced at $169.99 and is limited to 1000 units worldwide. The bust is expected to be released between February and April 2024. It’ll be sold exclusively on the Dark Horse Direct website, and early preorders will get a $10 discount through July 20, 2023.
In other Critical Role news, Season 2 of The Legend of Vox Machina debuted on Prime Video in February 2023. Rafael Motamayor gave the new installment an 8/10 for IGN, writing that it’s “bigger, meaner, and funnier than its predecessor, moving away from the prologue to a proper fantasy epic with multiple locations, a grand quest, and character side missions.”
As poart of an overall deal with Amazon Studios, a new animated series based on the Mighty Nein campaign is also in the works.
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