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  • First4Figures Teases PVC Sonic Adventure Statue, Coming 2023

    F4F going with a new manufacturing approach for this one.

    It's that time of year again! Pop culture statue manufacturer First4Figures has teased a brand new Sonic the Hedgehog product due for release in 2023. But, unlike previous 'diorama' and standard character releases, this latest statue goes a little retro in offering a PVC rendition of the classic Sonic Adventure cover art pose.

    Unfortunately, all we have to go on is the above cheeky tweet, in terms of hard details. You can see a close up of Sonic's Dreamcast-era toothy grin, as well as some of the textures that you might expect to find on the final product. The quality of the image itself leaves a little to be desired, but we imagine that's intentional so as to reveal a more high-quality photo when the full thing is officially unveiled.

    Are you in the market for a high-end Sonic the Hedgehog Dreamcast statue? Let us know in the comments below. You can follow the link in the tweet to register your interest with F4F too.

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    I hope the fact that this will be made in PVC means that it will actually be affordable like their 11inch statue, and previous ones from the 2010s.

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