Afterlife Artifact GID Warrior Series By Scott Wilkowski x Woot Bear

If Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China had Scott Wilkowski in his lifetime, we are sure Qin Shi Huang would command Scott to lead the way to produce The Terracotta Army Scotts way! Imagine if all these “Afterlife Artifact” by Scott was used byQin Shi Huang for the Terracotta Army. Need one or a couple for your collection? you’re in luck as Afterlife Artifact GID features Kneeling and standing and 4 colours.

We have unearthed Scott Wilkowski’s latest production, and it is beyond this world. Imbued with his signature color blends, these Warriors reveal their true spectral nature in the dark.

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These two characters are the prequel to our Warrior Series for DCon 2018. More characters will be revealed, and stay tuned for the infected versions.

Item(s): Afterlife Artifact GID in 2 versions and 4 colours.

  • Kneeling 2.75″
  • Standing 3.25″

WHEN: Saturday, September 22, Noon PST.

WHERE: Woot Bear (1512 Haight Street, SF 94117)

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PRICE: Price: $45 each

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Artist: Scott WIlkowski Instagram: @sw__._.__ws 



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