2010 SDCC Exclusive McQuarrie Concept Darth Vader Bust From Gentle Giant

Jay Cochran - April 29, 2010
Debuting on tonight's episode of Attack of the Show on G4 is Gentle Giant's 2010 SDCC exclusive McQuarrie Concept Darth Vader Bust.

Following 2009's sold-out Boba Fett concept mini-bust is the new original concept art Darth Vader, based on the drawings of Ralph McQuarrie and Joe Johnston. McQuarrie is often credited with developing the look and feel of the Star Wars trilogy. McQuarrie and Johnston worked side by side to develop this version of the evil overlord. Though it is uniquely different than the final film version, the piece still holds true to the final feel of Vader's timeless helmet and black armor.

This Darth Vader Mini-bust will be sold exclusively at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con. The piece features 3 different interchangeable heads and is a highly collectible limited edition.

G4 is also giving away a 1 of a kind prototype for the con exclusive for more info on how you can enter to win it, CLICK HERE.
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