Symbiote Studios Doom and Elder Scrolls figures are sweet - destructoid

Symbiote Studios Doom and Elder Scrolls figures are sweet

4:30 PM on 07.27.2013

Wesley Ruscher

Former Contributor

Cute and deadly to say the least


Every year there are some pretty awesome exclusive toys and figures to grab at Comic-Con for the would-be collector. With this year's holy grail being none other than the Green and White Ranger's Legacy Power Morpher -- which easily fetches over three times its value on Ebay at the moment.

While I was fortunate enough to obtain this rare treasure -- after shoving my way through a sea of vicious early morning toy vultures -- it is not the coolest looking trinket I snagged for my shelves. That honor would go to two sweet looking vinyl figures from the fine folks at Symbiote Studios.

Their booth was tucked into the nether realms of the crowded show floor, but it was hard not to notice them once you caught a glance of their Bethesda branded figures.

The Elder Scrolls V Astrid and Dark Elf in Daedric Armor are both pretty slick looking, but my favorite goes to the amazingly smug looking Space Marine from Doom that comes complete with removable helmet and BFG.

Neither of the Bethesda figures were exclusive to the show and infact have been available for quite some time on the Symbiote Studios website, but I'm glad I discovered them when I did. With their simple yet charming design, I looking forward to what video game related figure they sculpt next. 


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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