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Vault & Level52 Studios team up for a Bog Wight statue from The Plot

The highly detailed statue brings the acclaimed comic’s monster to life

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One of the most unsettling comics to come out in recent years is Vault Comics’ The Plot, and now fans of the acclaimed series can have their very own Bog Wight monster for their shelves. The publisher and Level52 Studios have joined forces to bring the soul-sucking monster to life as a limited edition statue.

The Plot is co-written by Tim Daniel and Michael Moreci, drawn by Joshua Hixson, colored by Kurt Michael Russell, lettered by Jim Campbell, and designed by Daniel.

Inspired by artist Hixson’s designs, this terrifyingly faithful statue features a lithe and sinewy sculpt awash in the swamp-colored palette of the bog which spawned the monster. Punctuated by eye-piercing iridescent highlights, the Bog Wight eerily embodies the creeping dread that has burdened the Blaine family for generations and brings to life the gothic atmosphere of this iconic tale of horror.

“Joshua Hixson delivered an indelible creature design–and one that is worthy of lumbering right alongside horror’s classic monsters,” notes Daniel. “But Level52 really raised the hair on the back of my neck with their faithfully realized and meticulously crafted statue. I can’t wait to place the Bog Wight right next to me on the desk and thoroughly soak in its eerie beauty!”

At 7.5” tall, this premium collectible is crafted fully of polystone and arrives in premium packaging. Level52 Studios is a workshop located in Seattle that specializes in the design and manufacturing of high-end toys and collectibles. Since 2015, it has grown into an industry leader known for its quality and independent philosophy that offers unique original, collaborative, and licensed collectible treasures to fans all across the pop-culture spectrum.

The statue can be preordered at Vault’s webstore. The Plot Volume One is in stores now. Volume Two will hit store shelves on April 14.

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