- Courageous Frodo Baggins ventures into Cirith Ungol!
- Superior-quality 18-inch statue features Frodo and Gollum.
- Exceptional detail includes facial subtleties, synthetic hair, journey-worn clothes, and more.
- The Phial of Galadriel is illuminated by a built-in LED!
- Comes with a screen-accurate, life-sized Ring of Power on a chain!
Prime 1 Studio skillfully presents the moment in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
when vulnerable but courageous Frodo Baggins ventures into Cirith Ungol, oblivious to the betrayal he is about to befall. The facial subtlety of Frodo's growing concern and Gollum's malicious intent are excellently captured by the sculptors. Synthetic hair is used, not only on Frodo's Hobbit feet, but also on Gollum's head, emphasizing the superior quality of this statue. And painters have adeptly rendered the journey-worn clothes of Frodo and Gollum's sickly pallor. Frodo strides forth aided by the small but mighty Sting in his right hand and the Phial of Galadriel (with water imbued by the Light of Eärendil, illuminated by a built-in LED) held aloft in his left.
Measuring about 18-inches tall, Frodo and Gollum are together on a mixed-media environmental base that encapsulates the dread that only the land of Mordor can elicit. They're surrounded by telltale signs of the spider-demon - bony scraps and eerie spider-silk webbing. Familiar Tengwar script surrounds the base, denoting the Black speech that's painful for all but Hobbits to hear: "Ash nazg durbatulûk, ash nazg gimbatul, ash nazg thrakatulûk, agh burzum-ishi krimpatul".
And aptly enough, this statue comes with a tantalizing bonus: a screen-accurate, life-sized Ring of Power on a chain, so you can wield the One Ring, once and for all! The Return of the King
is the culmination of the magnificent The Lord of the Rings
trilogy from esteemed director Peter Jackson. In the second act, unable to kill Frodo himself, Gollum leads the hapless hobbit into the lair of spider-demon Shelob. Gollum urges Frodo into Shelob's lair. His plan? Steal the One Ring from Frodo after he has fallen prey to the spider-demon!
"Naughty little fly! Why does it cry? Caught in a web! Soon you'll be... eaten."