William Stout's Red Rider
Sideshow presents William Stout's Red Rider Statue, created in collaboration with the acclaimed science-fiction and fantasy illustrator himself.
Throughout his astonishing career, William Stout has created countless epic worlds and seminal character designs in the worlds of fantasy and paleontological artwork. His body of work spans numerous genres and mediums, tapping into a source of limitless imagination to usher fans into new, breathtaking worlds.
“Sideshow has a longstanding relationship with William Stout, and as both fans and collaborators we were anxious to work on a statue directly related to his own artwork. This particular image has been pervasive in pop culture since the 70s, and we were excited to celebrate one of his iconic character designs in a unique collectible representation,” explained Tom Gilliland, Creative Director.
William Stout’s Red Rider Statue measures 13” tall, with the mysterious rider sitting astride his monstrous two-legged mount atop a desolate wasteland base. This polyresin statue faithfully translates Stout’s fantastical two-dimensional artwork into a three-dimensional collectible, capturing the whimsical movement and vibrant colors of the original illustration.
From the unique design of the rider’s futuristic rifle to the anatomy of the bizarre blue beast, the Red Rider Statue embodies every aspect of William Stout’s incomparable creation, making this a must-have collectible.
Step into a fantastical new world and bring home William Stout's Red Rider Statue today!
William Stout's Red Rider
- William Stout
- Sideshow Collectibles
- Product Size
Height: 13.5" (34.3 cm)
Width: 9" (22.9 cm)
Depth: 8" (20.3 cm)
Weight: 5 lbs (2.3 kg) *
- Box Size
Height: 10.00" (25.4 cm)
Width: 17.00" (43.2 cm)
Depth: 20.50" (52.1 cm) *
- Shipping Weight
- 11.50 lbs (5.2 kg) *
* Size and weight are approx. values
Awesome Statue And Sent In Perfect Shape
A beautiful statue of Necron 99 aka Peace from Wizards (1977) produced and written by Ralph Bakshi. I'm definitely loving this statue as if I reached in with my hands and pulled the character from the poster art by (William Stout)
I knew the first time I saw the preview to this I had to have it. It truly captures the spirit of the original movie poster and I'm just blown away at the superb paint/shading on this statue. certainly ranks up in my top 5 of collectibles I own. Really love how it was pieced together as well, brilliant use of magnets.
I love it. Down to three minor flaws (straight line scratches in the otherwise impeccable paint job), I love my statue. Now Necron 99 looks down on me as I slay and murder my way through countless realities.