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Court of the Dead A Matter of Life and Death

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"The difference between life and death is not a choice."
- Death, the Alltaker, speaking to Shard: Mortal Trespasser in the Land of the Dead 

From Sideshow and Project Raygun comes a San Diego Comic-Con 2017 Exclusive to rock your afterlife. 

Puzzle out the relationship between Death and Shard as you try to solve this 1,000 piece premium puzzle produced by Project Raygun (a division of renowned game-maker USAopoly). This colorfully macabre collectible puzzle is 19” x 27” and features never-before-seen artwork by world-famous artist Alex Horley.  
"Among all the souls in the mortal realm, only one has ever dared travel to the Underworld still living,” says Anna van Slee, Brand Director. “That is Shard, a defiant errant knight Templar. The Alltaker sees something unique in this grizzled veteran. This puzzle depicts the tense yet slowly budding trust blossoming between these two heroes."  
Using traditional brushes and acrylics, Horley painted this compelling ensemble scene of the Alltaker, Shard, the Underworld faction leaders and even the ominous shades of Heaven and Hell glaring down from the celestial realms. This artwork appears exclusively on this SDCC 2017 Exclusive Puzzle, which was produced in a limited edition size. 
Get your copy of the beautiful “A Matter of Life and Death” limited-edition collectible puzzle!

Court of the Dead A Matter of Life and Death - 1,000 Piece Premium Puzzle

Court of the Dead
Project Raygun - USAOPOLY
Toy Puzzle
Alex Horley
Additional Details
Purchase Limits
Limit of 6 per person.
Product Size
Height: 27" (68.6 cm)
Width: 19" (48.3 cm)
Depth: 0.13" (0.3 cm) *

Box Size
Height: 1.75" (4.4 cm)
Width: 9.00" (22.9 cm)
Depth: 13.00" (33 cm) *

Shipping Weight
1.50 lbs (0.7 kg) *

* Size and weight are approx. values
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Item shown is a prototype. When shipped, the final production piece may differ in appearance.

(c) 2017 Sideshow Inc.


1 Review
Tickled to Pieces
July 9, 2018  |   Scott R.

This is my second puzzle from the Court of the Dead line and I love it. Artwork is fantastic. I hope to see many more puzzles from the COTD line. Great job!!