Neo Portrayed by Keanu Reeves, this sculpture is based upon actual three-dimensional scans of the actor himself. The statue, which creates the illusion of Neo suspended in midair, is 15" tall (Neo's body is 12") will be packaged in deluxe special packaging, and will be a handpainted individually numbered, limited edition. Sold out!
Trinity Portrayed in the films by Carrie-Anne Moss, Trinity is as close to reality as is possible in a sculpture. Based on actual three-dimensional computer scanning, the realism extends even to details like her elaborately tricked-out motorcycle. Sold out!
Gentle Giant Resin Busts
Revolutions Neo & Persephone The two newest 6.25-inch tall resin busts based on three-dimensional computer scans of Keanu Reeves and Monica Belucci. Who doesn't want to put Persephone on his shelf? Each bust sold separately. Sold out!
Matrix Character Busts Limited-edition 6.25-inch tall resin busts based on a three-dimensional computer scan of each actor. Neo and Twin 1 are still available! Get it!
Neo in the Chateau A high durability, fun collectable depicting in great detail Neo kicking butt on the Chateau staircase from The Matrix Reloaded. Amazon
Neo in the lobby Neo flies around in the lobby scene from The Matrix. Includes several weapons, a snap-together base and an articulating Neo. Amazon
Trinity in the lobby Trinity also flies around in the lobby scene from The Matrix. Get both! Amazon
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Did You Know?
The Animatrix film The Second Renaissance Part I alludes to the story of a robot named B1-66ER who ends up in a pivotal court case after killing his human master. It's been suggested the robot's name came from 'Bigger Thomas', the main character of Native Son, a novel about a black man in 1930's Chicago who commits a murder he believes he has no choice but to commit.