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Sideshow Collectibles' Lara Croft open for pre-order

11:00 PM on 06.06.2011 // Brian Szabelski

[As originally posted on Tomopop]

Well, by now, you've probably already heard and seen all about the new Tomb Raider game coming out, so perhaps we can interest you in a statue to match? Sideshow Collectibles has a new Lara Croft statue open for pre-order, based on the artwork of renowned illustrator Adam Hughes. Standing 19" tall and weighing in at a mighty 13 pounds, it's a different take on Lara than perhaps we're used to, but the short shorts, the Uzi, the climbing on things ... it's all there.

Lara will be coming fourth quarter 2011 in two versions: a regular US$349.99 version and an exclusive version at the same price. The exclusive version comes with an exclusive art print. Both will require a deposit of US$35 within 48 hours of pre-ordering and have the FlexPay plan as an option. I'm probably not lining up to get her, but what about you guys?

[Pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles — regular version; exclusive version]

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