Posted by specialK November 13, 2012

This blog is strictly for the guys. Holy smoke. Ok super nerds, brace yourselves. TriForce Sales has announced the first items from its Darksiders 2 collection. Death and Dust have been recreated as a Premier Scale Statue in a standard edition and an exclusive "End of Days" special edition. But wait! There's more! In addition to the statues a full 1:1 scale version of Death's scythe is also available. 

The Death & Dust Premier Scale Statue has a run of 500 and retails for $600. The "End of Days" special edition variant is limited to 150 and retails for $650. Both statues are hand painted and both feature LED lights. It appears the "End of Days" edition is painted a little differently and features more LED action. Check out the specs on these statues: both statues are 32" H x 30" W x 24" L and they weigh in at 20lbs! Only a man would feature a huge 20lb statue of a video game character in their home or in their bedroom in their Mom's basement.

Now for the scythe ! This scythe is huge! It's a full scale 1:1 replica of Death's Scythe and it's limited to 500 pieces and retails for $900! The scythe is a massive 48"H x 5" W x 70" L ! Death's Scythe weighs in at 48lbs and comes fully decked out with LED lights. 

All 3 items are available for pre-order at and are scheduled to ship by the end of the 2nd quarter of 2013. 

Check out these photos! 

Standard Edition 

"End of Days" special edition. 


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