Factory Entertainment, Inc., the Concord, California-based producer of licensed toys and collectibles, today announced the details of its first in a wide range of assorted Deadpool products, the Deadpool Rocket Ride Premium Motion Statue™.

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Standing fully erect at a colossal 10 inches high, this highly detailed Premium Motion Statue™ recreates one of Deadpool’s most iconic images. As with all of Factory Entertainment’s Premium Motion Statues™, this product features an integrated dynamic element which distinguishes it from other sculptural collectibles. In this instance Deadpool’s red rocket gracefully sways back and forth simulating a sky rocket in flight, sure to delight fans eager for further stimulation that regular statues cannot provide.

“Many chimichangas were consumed in order for our team to have enough energy to truly capture Deadpool’s ride in the right detail,” said Barry Eldridge, Creative Director at Factory Entertainment. ”We’re thrilled with the results and cannot wait for everyone to see it in the flesh at New York Toy Fair 2016! In our opinion, the timing couldn’t be better with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. Usually it’s Cupid that penetrates you with his arrow, but Deadpool’s rocket has plenty of love to give and it’s going to be his year to target your heart!”

Factory Entertainment has this piece available to pre-order on its website starting today at a limited time pre-order promotional price of $179.99, regularly $199.99, while supplies last. Fans can also visit Factory Entertainment’s website to win a free Deadpool Rocket Ride Premium Motion Statue™.

For more information and to order, click here!

This collectible and many others will be formally unveiled during New York Toy Fair, February 13 – 16, 2016 at the Javits Convention Center. Be sure to stop by the Factory Entertainment booth, #4938, for first looks at proprietary products based on today’s hottest entertainment licenses including, among many others, Marvel, DC Comics, Game Of Thrones, Jurassic World and Ghostbusters.

 

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