Alongside their ridiculously pretty Star Wars figures, at Comic-Con Hot Toys unveiled a new line of 1/6th scale dioramas to go with them—starting off with a gigantic, beautiful recreation of the Millennium Falcon’s cockpit. Now the company are teasing the possibility of attaching the rest of the damn ship to that.

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A full 1/6th-scale version of Han Solo’s trusty freighter—measuring a quite frankly ridiculous 18 feet long, and 12 feet wide—will make it’s debut at Hot Toy’s Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong event in China later this week. There’s no other pictures other than this teaser image of the ship’s back half, but as ever with Hot Toys, you can probably assume that there’s a n astonishing amount of detail on both the outside and the inside of this thing. I wouldn’t be surprised if they’d somehow managed to construct a fully functioning holographic dejarik table while they were at it.

It’s highly unlikely that anything beyond the standalone cockpit will be actually for sale, and instead just a highly elaborate display piece for Hot Toys at conventions—the cockpit diorama alone will be absurdly expensive, perhaps easily dwarfing the $825 price tag for the company’s recent Hulkbuster figure. Can you imagine the price of a ship that’s the literal size of multiple grown men? It’d have to be an extremely limited run aimed specifically at crazy people with lots and lots of money.

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Better start saving though, just in case.

[Hot Toys]


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