Sideshow Collectibles is a company that sets the bar high when it comes to high-end commemorations of our favorite franchises. From comics to games, Sideshow knows how to craft the perfect fan tribute and now it is including the D&D experience Critical Role to its incredible lineup. 

First things first: the statues. Right now, the new Critical Role line includes a Fjord and Beau statue, featuring two core characters in some pretty badass dynamic poses. Neither are available quite yet to pre-order, but there is an RSVP list to sign up for in order to know the moment those pre-orders go live: 

Hopefully more will be added, but Beau is one of my favorite characters so I’m excited to see the faces from Critical Role done with such loving attention to detail.

No pricing info yet, but if it’s like previous statues in the same vein, the price range will likely be between $250 – $400, likely closer to the former. I have many items from this company and their use of polystone and detailed shading is perfectly paired with expert crafting that is amazing for hardcore collectors and casual fans alike.

Statues not your thing? There is a Chronicles of Exandria box set as well as a Mighty Nein ‘How We Roll’ art print! The former is set at $124.99 with the latter set at $70. 

For the box set that comes with a limited-edition book, here’s what Sideshow has to say about what that comes with: 

Straight from the second campaign of the wildly popular Critical Role web series, the deluxe edition of The Chronicles of Exandria—The Mighty Nein showcases 264 pages of art created by the Critical Role fan community, with accompanying text written by Liam O’Brien, Taliesin Jaffe, Dani Carr, and the cast of Critical Role. This artbook is the perfect way to revisit the beginnings of the Mighty Nein through the in-world perspective of Expositor Beauregard Lionett and the archivists of the Cobalt Soul.

The Deluxe Edition includes exclusive features such as a faux-leather, foil-stamped cover and decorative clamshell box featuring art by Lauryn Ipsum and designed by Cindy Cacarez-Sprague, an annotated map of the Dwendalian Empire by Deven Rue, a triptych-style lithograph featuring exclusive art by Sam Hogg, character sketches of each of the Mighty Nein by Nick Robles, a flyer for the Fletching & Moondrop Traveling Carnival of Curiosities by Will Kirkby, an invitation to the Lavish Chateau Helen Mask, blueprints for the Tinkertop Bolt Blaster 1000 by Fernando Furukawa, a pamphlet on the Traveler by Ceri Giddens, and embossed flower sketches on vellum by Lauryn Ipsum.

To learn more, you can check out the official Sideshow Collectibles website right here

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