Frazetta Man the Endangered Species Bronze Statue

12 1/2(H) x 18(L) x 9(W), mounted on a deluxe base, and limited to 50 statues worldwide. Dark Horse Comics is proud to announce a very bronze sculpture inspired by one of Frazetta's most significant paintings, Man the Endangered Species. Which originally appeared as cover art to author L. Ron Hubbard's classic novel Battlefield Earth. The piece depicts a savage alienconfronting one of the last human heroes, Jonnie Goodboy Tyler and his partner and mate Chrissie. The drama and dynamic tension of this savage moment, are frozen in time as only Frazetta can do it. The challenge of bringing this painting forward in three dimensions fell to master sculptor Jeffrey Scott, with an assist from his colleagues at Gentle Giant Studios. He captured the excitement of the original, while extrapolating hidden details as he finished the work from all angles. The results are a tour-de-force of human anatomy and science fiction vision. The sculpture was supervised and approved by both Frank Frazetta and Authors Services, Inc., which is L. Ron Hubbard's international rights agency.

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Frazetta Man the Endangered Species Bronze Statue