Tag: Figurine

A while ago we covered the exciting teaser posted by First 4 Figures of their new Wind Waker Ganondorf Statue. Well, they have some more information for us. First 4 Figures have teased us again with a much clearer image of the Ganondorf Wind Waker statue via Facebook, and have also set a date to pre-order!

The news just keeps on coming! If you’re a fan of Majora’s Mask—or The Legend of Zelda in general—and just so happen to live in France, then you’re in for a treat. Not only does France get the EU exclusive Limited Edition version of the game, along with the Majora’s Mask paperweight pre-order bonus, but anyone who pre-orders the Majora’s Mask New Nintendo 3DS console will also get the Skull Kid figurine available in the NA Limited Edition bundle

Somebody is always selling something Zelda related in every part of the Internet, but sometimes we find works of art that are simply too amazing for words. David Patron, owner of the DDPatron Etsy store, has recently made a King Zora XVI figurine and is selling it in his online store…

Following the earlier announcement of the Majora’s Mask 3D Limited Edition featuring the Skull Kid figurine, more pictures have surfaced showing-off the incredible detail that this particular Skull Kid figure has to offer. For just $10 more than the average retail price of $39.99, the Skull Kid Limited Edition certainly looks worth the few extra rupees. Hit the jump for a better look!

While many of us are aware of the top quality figurines produced by first4figures, most would agree that those are generally out of the price range of most of us Zelda gamers. There is no dispute on the quality of them, so how could some cheaper versions made by Dark Horse hold up? You can decided for yourself by dissecting IGN’s unboxing. Link will run you $80, while Ganondorf will run you $125. Link is roughly 10 inches tall, while Ganondorf is 12 inches tall. Either way, I am adding both of them to my Christmas Wish List, because I really want them…

As of of late, there’s been quite a handful of officially licensed Zelda merchandise, including figurines from various distributors such as Figma, Nendoroid, and others. Around February of last year, Jakks Pacific toy company made a deal with Nintendo to produce a new line of Nintendo merchandise, including an affordable 4-inch articulated figure of Link from Skyward Sword. Hit the jump for more details!

There have been many figurines of pretty much every character from the Zelda series. As the design of some characters change between games, more and more figurines have been released to represent the new incarnation. While there have been a few figurines of Link himself since Skyward Sword was released back in November 2011, a new one is now available which also comes with a few extra goodies. Take a look after the jump!  

The pony invasion of the internet continues with this gorgeous “bronified” Princess Zelda figurine posted by the artist LadySatine2004 on her deviantART page. A testament to the creativity of the online brony subculture inspired by the Hasbro My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic animated series, the Zelda-themed pony creation can be seen in full after the jump.

The folks over at First 4 Figures have just announced their brand new Princess Zelda Statue. This is the 5th statue in the Twilight Princess Series set, with their previously being statues for Zant, Wolf Link and Midna, Link and Epona, and most recently with Ganondorf. The statue stands at 17 inches in height and is set to retail for $349.99. The statue is limited to a 2500 run, and is set to release during the 4th quarter of this…

Here at Zelda Informer, we just got our hands on the Limited Edition box set of

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. The Limited Edition set, as many of you know, comes with a small Ganondorf figurine about six inches in height. Above, you can watch as I clumsily open the package and assemble the figurine in its pristine, mint condition. If you haven’t yet gotten your hands on the Limited Edition version, or if you never got the chance to pre-order it since it came back in stock, now is your chance to see what it’s like to open.

Now then, as you can plainly tell, I just got

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD in this set, but it’s been out at retail now for four days, and everyone who wants the game, be it a digital download or a physical copy, now has the opportunity to experience it. I’ve only made it so far as to rescue Tetra from the forest atop Outset Island yet, unfortunately. Where are you? What is your favorite feature of the remake so far? A Zelda release is always an exciting ordeal, so let’s get talking in the comments!