An officially licensed and incredibly premium statue of The Last of Us: Part 2 deuteragonist Abby is now available for pre-order, provided you have the inclination and some cash to burn.
Clocking in at 23" and costing a cool $1,099.00, this monument to Abby (called "The Confrontation") is only one half of a whole, with a similarly priced second part starring Ellie (called "The Theater") to follow.
Combined, we would have to imagine the whole thing would be hefty enough to crack a skull with, but that's merely speculation on our part. You can check out the gallery in its full glory here.
We appreciate the craftsmanship but prefer keeping the lights on, personally. Will you be shelling out for this piece of art, or could that small fortune be better spent elsewhere? Make hasty financial decisions in the comments section below.
…..i’m at a loss of crossroads for words…..
It’s a nice Abby statue but for an extra $1600 I could have a 1/4 Mads Mikkelsen!!
Abby is fine but not 1K fine. I have no space for more statues anyway. Gotta finish paying off Kassandra anyway.
Thought i might entertain the idea of just getting the Ellie but not a fan of spending 1k+ for a favorite character to be all hunched over.
It'd definitely be cool to have them both and if someone handed them to me I'd totally take them but I'll just stick with my TLoU II Collector's Edition statue. And even that I got on clearance.
$1,100 for a paperweight?!?!?……..uh, I mean ‘statue’ whose only ability is to collect dust?? Uh, HELL NO.
Boy as a species we can’t solve clean water (nearly 700 million people don’t have access to potable water) but we can make 1200 dollar paperweights.
Amusingly enough, the muscles on this Abby look more realistic than the game Abby. I say this only because as a gym-goer myself, there is no way someone in the apocalypse consisting on a diet of scraps achieved that bod.
@LifeGirl I'm pretty sure Abby took steroids (I mean they shovel pills in their mouths to learn skills, so I don't think it's a stretch, but probably just my headcannon trying to find logic.), and she didn't subsist off scraps during her time with the WLF. They had a lot of food for a lot of people.
What does “pod out” mean? I’ve never heard this term.
Erm no thank you, I recently got a steam deck for £600 and that is more value than a dumb pointless statue, thx 😂😂
Is it me, or is the math not mathing here?
@LifeGirl that's not true at all. It depends on the person. Two of my closest friends have ripped bodies even though they almost never work out. They just sit in front of a screen most of the day. It's just genes, sometimes.
Just watched a Katee Sackhoff (Bo Katan)interview and apparently Katy O'Brian uses the same personal trainer as her and has been really bulking up for a part in TLOU season 2! I'm guessing she will be playing Abby after all.
@LifeGirl you are totally wrong!! Abby’s diet will consist of meat, veg, fruit, oats, wheat. She’ll have a perfect diet!! There are no Mcdonalds or Pizza Hut’s or Chinese takeaways in TLOU!! No chocolate or ice cream. A 100% healthy diet!!
There is no way in hell I would justify paying that much for a frickin statute and of Abby of all people...
@naruball 2K. 1K-ish for Abby, and 1k-ish for Ellie (when she comes out). They are selling the statue one half at a time...
@Constable_What oh, I see. Cheers!
@naruball But her point was about diet not working out. You need a lot of protein to build muscle, around 1.5-2g per kg of body weight (lean body weight). So an 80kg man might need 160g a day which is WAY more than most people get. There's 7g in a large egg so you'd need to eat 22 eggs a day which would not be fun. Then you need to actually use your muscles and put them into a state where they'll initially weaken then build themselves up (hypertrophy). Genetics come into it a bit, like for example which one you'd end up getting out of a 4 pack, 6 pack or even 8 pack is completely genetic - but getting any of them all requires the right diet, low body fat and abs exercises.
It seems like it'd be pretty hard to get such a high protein diet in a post-apocalyptic setting, though to be fair her group might have some kind of farm facilities with chickens - can't remember if anything that that is shown.
it is from the worst section of the game too. who thought this would sell? there can't be THAT many abby fans out there to make this a viable product.
@naruball No problem! It's very expensive, and I don't like that they're selling half at a time...
1K for a half a statue is crazy, but I'm not a collector, so to each their own.
@Porco Well they're gonna find out lol
I'm curious to see how this sells considering everything.
Maybe people can use google and buy themselves the £40/£50 Abby statues.
Excellent quality and you can also get Joel and Ellie.
Hard Pass, I'll stick with cheaper anime figures that look better. I've splurged on a gaming figure before and they always look worse. and less detailed.
The starving Abby was a better more believable Abby than Abby in beast mode.
I still want my $60 back from preordering the game on psn based on false previews from sony 😕
@Matroska all I'm saying is that different types of bodies. There was even a child that looked like a body builder without working out or getting a ton of protein. You can look it up (perhaps there are more). Also, video games are fun because they're not realistic.
@naruball Literally no human being can achieve skeletal muscle of that size, without a lifestyle dedicated to resistance training, and a high calorie diet. Or they're using anabolic steroids.
@OnceaThief literally look up the child I mentioned
I know the story. Once again, ANABOLIC STEROIDS.
Rubbish piece of...
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