Amazing. I have no idea who this is, but it’s a gorgeous figure and would look great next to a Conan figure.
That was my thought.Amazing. I have no idea who this is, but it's a gorgeous figure and would look great next to a Conan figure.
Maybe you could use the extra head from the exclusive SHCC Vampirella?Really needs an alternate snarling head, after all, what is a vampire without fangs!?
Hi GubernatorFan! The name ARKHALLA is in fact based on the name IRKALLA, which is a Sumerian name. Queen of Vampires is a fictional story about the Undying Queen of UR. Of course, she never existed in real Mesopotamia, but her story, names, cities, weapons and most everything in the story are very accurate to the time and period. Of course that some creative license was used in order to keep the story appealing, but if you check the Graphic Novel or the book released in 2015 with her story, you will be impressed by how accurate these guys were with the era.Pretty for sure... I just can't help the urge to hand her something to wipe with. And why does she come only with tip-toe feet? The look is stunning. But I do wish they would stop f#%[email protected]&g up history and make up their own fantasy places... Arkhalla is not a Sumerian name, and (for once!) we actually have the attributes and jewelry of Sumerian queens (from Ur!), and they look nothing like this phantasm.
Hi ZombieKev! Arkhalla is a character of a Graphic Novel released by ARH ComiX back in 2015. They had a great success with the story, and their company produced several polystone statues of the character already. Check out the link below for their website. I believe they still have all the graphic novel available.Amazing. I have no idea who this is, but it's a gorgeous figure and would look great next to a Conan figure.
Tool be honest that is who I thought the character was at first....I'm sorely tempted to buy this as my Dejah Thoris. Most of the costume and look is right, even if the accessories aren't. Does anybody else see that character in this figure?