Friday, April 27, 2012

WDCC Darth Maul Donald Duck Sculpture Release During Star Wars™ Weekends!

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That disturbance in the Force you sense is the arrival of irascible Donald Duck in the fearsome guise of the infamous Darth Maul from the Star Wars saga.  Wielding the sinister Sith Lord’s double-bladed lightsaber and outfitted in black, Donald strikes fear in all who behold his visage and piercing gaze.   All Jedi should prepare for Darth Maul’s relentless pursuit of his quarry!

The creative “Forces” at Disney Parks, Lucasfilm, and Walt Disney Classics Collection proudly present this new collectible sculpture.   Using the same principles applied to classic Disney animation and hand-crafted of kiln-fired porcelain with accents of metallic paint on the lightsaber handle, this character-authentic sculpture stands 5 ¼” high x 7 ½” wide x 3 ½” deep and includes a Disney Certificate of Authenticity.

Give in to the Dark Side, make Darth Maul Donald part of your Star Wars and WDCC collection!
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Donald Duck as Darth Maul will be released during Star Wars™ Weekends.  Sculpture release date is April 30, 2012.  Donald 'Darth Maul' is an Open Edition with a SRP of $ 150.00 US.  Donald is the 2nd release in the Star Wars Series joining Jedi Mickey, an Open Edition release, released in September 2010.

Please check www.ArtOfDisneyParks.com for an announcement by April 30th with more information on how to acquire and availability.

NOTE:   A limited number of WDCC Darth Maul Donald sculptures will be made available at Disneyland® Resort following the WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort premiere, subject to availability.

3 comments:

Timon said...

What a fantastic piece! Darth Maul Donald will look great with Jedi Mickey. And the price point is perfect too. Looking forward to more pieces! I guess it's too much to ask for title scrolls. :-)

Duckman said...

Hey Tim,

Donald looks awesome in this piece and definitely a great companion piece to Jedi Mickey.

Ah, the title scrolls .. how I miss those too! Have a bucket list of ones I still wish they would do!

Timon said...

I'm with you on that one. They just add to the scene. That, it helps prevent non-Disney friends asking that dreaded question, "What movie is that from?" :-)