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by Weta Workshop

Weta Workshop King Kong Final Battle on top of Empire State Building Statue

Kong's Last Stand

Dimensions: 12.8" x 10.8" x 7.9" (H x W x D)

Sculpted By Weta Workshop's David Tremont and Mary Maclachlan
Finished By Weta Workshop's Bill Hunt

by Weta Workshop

King Kong vs. V-Rex mini statue by Weta Workshop

Kong fighting V-Rex

finished by Greg Tozer

An exciting battle caught in this mini statue. This stands about 6" and would make a great piece for your office desk.

Be careful with the V-Rex tail. It's not clear from the picture but the tail broke in shipping. It extends out very precariously from this piece!

I used some super glue to fix it. As hard as I tried, I couldn't connect them well enough to hide the seam where the two pieces connect.

by Neca

King Kong bobblehead by Neca

I'm not a fan of bobbleheads but this had two things going for it: 1. The sculpt and detail are great! 2. It's Kong!

Like all sculpts done in polystone, these are very fragile. Don't let the kids play with these if you want to keep them in good condition. Put it on the shelf high above clumsy people and curious kids (or cats).

by Neca

Kong standing triumphantly over a dead V-Rex - Bobblehead by Neca

While not as interesting as the other bobblehead, this one still has some great details. The reptile skin on V-Rex corpse is really well done.

See my notes on the other bobblehead concerning the fragility of these.

by Weta Workshop

Weta Workshop bookend - Kong climbing building with Ann Darrow

This came with the Deluxe Extended Edition DVD Gift Set. It kind of acts as a holder/bookend for the DVD box.

The sculpt of Kong is not that great. The scars and cuts they put on him don't look right. But I guess you can't expect much from a premium that you got when you bought a DVD gift set.

by Jim Beam

Jim Beam whiskey decanter in the shape of 1976 King Kong

Definitely one of the weirder promotional items I've seen. Was this aimed at adults who really loved King Kong? Or drinking whiskey? Would kids want to drink whiskey now because of the fun shape of this bottle? We'll never know.

Click here to read funny article written by Cool & Collected about this thing.

by The Franklin Mint

Franklin Mint limited edition glass dome collectible of King Kong standing on Empire State building

A very interesting piece that doesn't come up often on eBay. The style is very cartoony and Kong has a goofy face.

It has a removable glass dome that you can put over it and makes the thing look classier than it really is.

by Weta Workshop

Kong with Ann Bust by Weta Workshop

Kong with Ann Bust

Dimensions: 14" x 7" x 8" (H x W x D)

Weight: 7.7 lbs (3.5 kg)

Sculpted by Weta Workshop's Gary Hunt and Ben Hawker

A word of caution: This bust has an issue where Kong's eyes were cross-eyed.

I had my brother repaint them so they are normal. Click here to see detail of the face and eyes.

by Weta Workshop

Kong and V-Rex Bookends

Kong & V-Rex Bookends

Dimensions: 7" x 6" x 6" (H x W x D)

Sculpted By Weta Workshop's Shaun Bolton and Bill Hunt