Queen Studios opens pre-orders today for their stunning new life size Marvel Comics – Carnage bust. The bust stands at 29.5″ tall on a themed pedestal base. Priced at $1,480, this offering is slated for release in the Second Quarter of 2022. Carnage is limited to only 536 pieces. In the meantime check out the photos below and share your thoughts!
CARNAGE LIFE SIZE BUST
Full Price: $1,480
Carnage is one of Marvel most crazed and deranged villains. Once a killer known as Cletus Kasady, he transformed into Carnage after mixing blood with Eddie Brock, (the host of the alien symbiote Venom) during a prison escape at Ravencroft Institute. The symbiote magnified Kasady’s psychotic nature making him even less mentally stable, and consequently even more dangerous.
Unlike Venom, Carnage is a singular creature, referring to himself as “I” instead of “We”, because the symbiote has merged into Kasady’s bloodstream.
Queen Studios 1/1 scale Carnage life-size bust brings to life the symbiote with sharp tentacle surrounding his face moments before an attack. The monster’s eyes are bone white, his mouth is wide open, and his tongue is whipping out, ready to catch his next victim. The bust stands at 75cm tall and is modelled from a variant cover of issue no.5 of the superb Marvel series Absolute Carnage. Queen Studios are excited to tell you guys that this full-size 1/1 Carnage bust will be a counterpart to our 1/1 Venom Life-size bust which brings to life Eddie Brock as Venom.
This Queen Studios 1/1 scale Carnage life-size bust is carefully crefated from polystone and painted to near perfection to capture Carnage’s unique crimson color. The base of this bust marks a new direction compared to Queen Studios’ other life-size busts, as it has been uniquely designed from the new Artist Series just like Venom. Queen Studios’ artists have merged the symbiote body into the base, giving the bust the effect of the base being consumed by Carnage just like the character in the comics. Finally, Carnage’s name has been written on the front of the base with the same style as the cover of the Marvel series Absolute Carnage.