He is…the fastest man alive.

Right from the small screen (which, probably isn’t that small anymore) comes the Flash from CW’s “The Flash.”  Debuting at 2017’s International Toy Fair last February, Kotobukiya has officially unveiled images of it’s new ArtFX+ statue.

Created by Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg, the same team responsible for the CW’s “Arrow,” “The Flash” debuted on the network back in October 2014.  Based on DC Comics speedster, Flash, “The Flash” focused on burgeoning superhero, Barry Allen.  A crime scene investigator, Barry Allen would get his super-speed because of an particle accelerator accident at Central City’s Star Labs.  The rest, as they say, is history.

Based on Grant Gustin’s portrayal of Barry Allen on the hit TV show, the new statue features the fastest man alive in his show accurate costume, right down to the yellow lightening bolt piping.  Posed with arms folded in front of him, and looking cocky as ever, the new statue is in ArtFX+ 1/10th scale.

Related – CW’s Arrow is coming to Kotobukiya’s line of ArtFX+ line of statues

The new statue comes with two different head sculpts (masked and unmasked portraits) and magnets in his feet to keep him from zooming off the enclosed metal base.

The Kotobukiya “The Flash” Flash ArtFX+ statue retails for $69.99 and is expected to ship October 2017.  You can pre-order him right now at Koto’s website.


Before you click on out of here, be sure to check out the Red chair show’s look at Kotobukiya’s “Batman: The Animated Series” Batman ArtFX+ statue

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