ByMatthew Davidson, writer at
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Matthew Davidson

First 4 Figures have been making licensed video game figures and statues since the mid-2000s, and now they are delving into life-size replicas. Their first project: Majora's Mask from The Legend Of Zelda series.

The mask is licensed by Nintendo. have been working closely with them, and the mask's dimensions come from Nintendo's own design documents. The Majora's Mask prop is scheduled to ship in the third quarter of 2017 with a price of $355, and $385 for the exclusive LED edition.

I want.
I want.

The exclusive edition has eyes in the mask that are inset with LED lights that can be turned on and off. A nice touch and a little eerie, which is exactly appropriate for anything related to . The horns are magnetized and can be removed and easily replaced.

No, it is not meant to be wearable, and First 4 Figures is not responsible for any damages or injuries if you try! As cool as it would be, it is not a trick-or-treat mask! It is also not currently mountable on a wall, although options for that are being looked into.

Majora's Mask is only the first in a line of props that are in production from First 4 Figures. They have also created Zelda figures for Fierce Deity Link and Skull Kid, and wanted to get back to their Zelda roots in making a Majora's Mask prop.

Check out some of First 4 Figures other work:

If I had the money and I let myself, I could easily see myself spending a ridiculous amount of money on this stuff. You can check out First 4 Figures' website here. Their work is impressive.

What do you think of First 4 Figures work? Leave your comments below!


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