Posted by D_Martin on April 26, 2012 at 02:52 PM CST
At long last Sideshow Collectibles has officially revealed the first piece in their upcoming Star Wars Mythos Statue Collection. This new collection will take the attention off camera and explore the moments in between what we've seen in the films. Follow this link to check out the preview page for the Darth Maul Mythos Statue and keep your eyes on Rebelscum for more images and information before the pre-order next week! To find out more about this new line head on over to check out this special feature page.
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