Aquaman Black Manta Helmet Limited Edition Prop Replica:
- Black Manta's signature helmet as seen in the Aquaman movie!
- Crafted from heavyweight fiberglass, metal, resin, and plastic.
- Measures approximately 19-inches wide x 17 1/2-inches tall.
- Light-up eyes and digital sound effects from the film.
- Limited to 250 pieces!
Factory Entertainment's latest offering in its highly acclaimed prop replica line is a limited edition, screen-accurate Black Manta Helmet featuring lights and sounds! Factory Entertainment commissioned the prop house that created the original physical prop to make an additional original helmet specially for this project. That first generation original was used to create molds and patterns for the prop replica production, ensuring the utmost accuracy.
The Aquaman Black Manta Helmet Limited Edition Prop Replica is crafted from durable heavyweight fiberglass and is accented with ABS plastic, metal, and polyresin parts. LED lighting and digital sound effects taken directly from the film have been incorporated into the replica. Each numbered, limited edition, museum-quality replica helmet comes with a custom display stand incorporating the helmets lighting controls, an AC power supply, an individual metal plaque, and certificate of authenticity. It measures approximately 19-inches wide x 19-inches long x 17 1/2-inches tall. Limited to 250 pieces, add this exceptional Aquaman
to your treasured collection of DC movie memorabilia!
"I'll show you the same mercy you showed my father and gut you like the fish you are!" In the movie Aquaman
, character David Kane (as played by actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II), charts a course for revenge after blaming the death of his father, Jesse Kane, on Atlantean hero, Aquaman. Using his technical expertise, coupled with Atlantean technology, David creates an advanced battle suit and helmet, with the goal of achieving vengeance against a formidable opponent. "Black Manta" is born.
The Black Manta suit was a combination of physical props and computer-generated effects (CGI). Its striking design, although fearsome in countenance, presented some physical challenges for the cast and crew, namely restricted visibility, and movement. For much of its screen time the helmet was entirely CGI, and when physical helmets were used, they were augmented with CGI in post-production. Please Note:
Intended for display only. Cannot be worn.