Netflix offers now advance orders for a 10.6-inch-tall resin statue of Geralt depicting one of the first moments of his Witcher show, in which Geralt fights and defeats a kikimora. The statue is based on the art of the illustrator Tracy Tubera, and only 350 have been made.
It is certainly a bold interpretation of the famous wizard. The most obvious comparison is for Samurai Jack, and I suspect opinions will be divided on whether the White Wolf looks good here or not.
Personally, I can’t end Geralt’s legs in this way. He looks like he has instant jars tucked into his boots and his thigh muscles seem to be made of angular banana slugs. Here's a photo of the entire $ 250 statue:
They’re not my tastes, but I’m sure there are 350 people who like muscles to be portrayed as unusual kitchen appliances and gastropods. At the time of writing, the statues are still available to order The Netflix Store, so I guess 350 of them haven't been found yet. For those who place an order, their Geralt with a football chest will be shipped in October.
In some bigger Witcher news, we have one release date and trailer for season 2 of The Witcher: The show returns with eight new episodes this December. (But Henry Cavill's calves haven't grown that wide).
You can see more art from Tubera at tracytubera.com.