FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BLUEFIN ANNOUNCES AMAZINGLY LIFE-LIKE NEW BRUCE LEE STATUE FROM STORM COLLECTIBLES
Official 1/12 Scale Rendition Of Legendary Martial Arts Pioneer And Film Star Debuts In May And Includes Swappable Alternate Head Sculpt Featuring A First-Ever Bearded Bruce Lee Design
Anaheim, CA, March 22, 2016 – Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, Hong Kong and more, delights martial arts and pop culture fans and collectors as it announces the release of an official Bruce Lee premium statue from Storm Collectibles.
Personally approved by Shannon Lee, the daughter of the legendary late martial arts pioneer and film star, the 1/12 scale Bruce Lee statue will debut in May with an MSRP of $55.00 (USD) from authorized Bluefin retailers nationwide and also from a variety of leading online outlets. Pre-orders are available now from select outlets.
The new Storm Collectibles release was designed by renowned Bruce Lee sculptor, Arnie Kim, and features two extremely life-like swappable head sculpts, including the first-ever creation of a bearded rendition of Bruce Lee. The statue captures Lee in an iconic flexing pose, displaying his chiseled physique and prominent “wing-like” lat muscles. The 1/12 scale figure stands 7 inches tall.
Bruce Lee was a groundbreaking Chinese-American action film star, martial arts instructor, philosopher, and filmmaker. He starred in several highly influential martial arts movies such as Fist of Fury and Enter the Dragon and is widely regarded as one of the most iconic martial artists of all time. Lee’s martial arts philosophy and development of a style known as Jeet Kune Do, combined with his amazing physical abilities and on-screen charisma, drew him international acclaim and helped create enduring worldwide interest in martial arts.
Collectors are invited to check out additional Storm Collectibles figures available from Bluefin that include 1/6 scale pose-able figures of basketball legend and pop culture provocateur, Dennis Rodman, depicted in his “Bad Boy” wrestling attire, and heavyweight boxing champ, Mike Tyson, who is depicted in his early years when he fought for the U.S. Junior Olympic team.