Harry Potter: Star Ace Toys ristampa l’action figure

Sideshow Collectibles and Star Ace Toys today unveiled the reissue of the Harry Potter action figure, in the fourth film of the saga: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

The figure, inspired by “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, sees the most beloved wizard ever engaged in preparations to face the dragon in the first test of the Triwizard Cup. Fans of the series will surely remember the challenge, which saw each of the participants stealing the golden egg from the corresponding dragon in the arena. To overcome the dragon and win the test, Harry conjured his racing broom with the spell Accio finishing first in the test tied with Krum. Star Ace Toys and Sideshow have revealed the reissue of the Harry Potter figure from the Triwizard Cup, dressed in cloth and full of details. Let’s find out together!

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: the details of the action figure of Star Ace Toys

The action figure in question looks really good. To scale 1:6 and made in PVC, the statue features impressive details and cloth clothes. The action figure is sold with the removable goggles, Firebolt racing broom, magic wand, a set of interchangeable hands, the golden egg and the inevitable Triwizard Cup. In addition to that, the deluxe version will also include a golden egg display stand equipped with LED. Finally, thanks to the statue’s numerous points of articulation, it will be possible to position Harry in different poses. Below you can view a gallery for more details on the action figure in question.

The Star Ace Toys action figure dedicated to Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire is available for purchase at the following link, at the price of 315,99€. As always, we remind you to stay connected on TechGameWorld.com for more news, reviews and much more from the nerdy world. Hello!

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