Lord of the Rings: Balrog Bust 1:1Polda Edition Version II (Flames & Base) 164 cm - Queen
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Lord of the Rings Bust 1/1 Balrog Polda Edition Version II (Flames & Base) 164 cm
Busts Lord of the Rings
The Balrog is an evil fiery beast with a menacing humanoid shaped body. But before they were the Balrog, they were Maiar, spirits that helped Valar create the world. Although they were once a force for good, they became evil after being seduced by Melkor, the first Dark Lord of Eä. We were first introduced to the character when the Fellowship of the Ring took to pass below the Misty Mountains. As they attempted to advance, they caught the attention of the fallen Wizard Saruman. Silence alone could not grant this band of heroes safe passage, for Saruman has alerted a dreadful Balrog. Gandalf knew their escape would come at a mighty price, and he would not pass through the Dwarf realm's doors.
Inspired by Durin's Bane from Peter Jackson's cinematic adaptation from Lord of the Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring (2001). This limited edition collectible bust by Queen Studios captures the Balrog as we saw him on the big screen. The Queen Studios team has studied the Balrog closely, expertly capturing the hulking monster's fiery eyes, demonic horns and gigantic fangs. Available in two editions, the Polda Edition is a life-size collectible daringly created for discerning collectors.
As this character is beast, Queen Studios' artists have decided to present it as such. Its evil essence drips onto the base beneath it, while its eyes, mouth and surrounding flames include internal lighting to create a sinister burning glow. The base that supports the Balrog is inspired by the architecture of the dwarf realm beneath the Misty Mountains. The base and flames are both optional extras, as the Balrog head can be ordered as a standalone piece that can be mounted to your wall.
Edition Size: 99 pieces
Dimensions: 164 x 123 x 96 cm
Please note: For this item, demand is expected to be higher than the available quantity, which may result in allocations or cancellations of quantities ordered.