PCS and Sideshow are releasing two 1: 3 scale memorial statues for Jean-Claude Van Damme as a way to commemorate “Muscles of Brussels”.
Jean-Claude Van Damme, aka “The Muscles of Brussels,” will receive two 1: 3 scale collectible action figures, courtesy of the folks at PCS and Sideshow Collectibles.
Both limited edition statues depict “athleticism, dynamism, charisma (and muscle!)” From Van Damme in ultra-realistic detail, as shared by Sideshow Collectibles.
Specifically, the JCVD tribute statue – Shotokan model pays tribute to the beginning of Van Damme’s martial arts journey, which began with his study of Shotokan Karate at the age of 10. The Shotokan statue also shows Van Damme wearing his black belt in Shotokan, which, according to the description, the martial artist won at age 18. The statue sells for $ 950.
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Meanwhile, the JCVD Tribute Statue – Muay Thai model was inspired by Van Damme’s longstanding love for Muay Thai. This statue depicts the famous martial artist in the most traditional Muay Thai / Muay Boran attire, including the usual hand bandages worn by practitioners, and retails for $ 950.
PCS and Sideshow will offer ultra-limited edition autographed versions of the Shotokan and May Thai models, which will be hand signed by Van Damme. The pair of statues will be available as part of the “Evo Set,” which is limited to just 50 pieces and costs $ 2,200.
The JCVD statues are available for pre-order now through Sideshow Collectibles.
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