This Freddy Krueger ArtFX+ 1/6 Scale Statue by Kotobukiya is based on Freddy’s look from A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master!
Freddy Krueger ARTFX Statue!
This 12″ tall Freddy Krueger ARTFX Statue by Kotobukiya features a removable fedora and adjustable hands. At this time of this Post, this item is on Sale and there is very limited stock at WB Shop! Use the Link below to order the Freddy Krueger ARTFX Statue:
Edward James Olmos is an award winning Mexican-American Actor, Director and Producer.
He had a notable Science Fiction supporting role as Gaff in Blade Runner back in 1982 and reprised the role for a cameo in Blade Runner 2049 in 2017. He developed a background story for the character and created his “city-speak”, which was a mixture of several languages.
He was in talks to play roles in the Star Trek franchise, but none of them came to fruition. He was even considered for Jean Luc Picard at one time, but turned down the role.
He returned to the Science Fiction genre with a starring role as William Adama in the Sci-Fi Channel’s Battlestar Galactica Television Series.
In 2015 he did a short Guest Star run on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Robert Gonzales.
He has done voice work for Disney/Pixar’s Coco and also Elena of Avalor.
We’re celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Planet Nestor by highlighting some of the Latino/Latina/LatinX trailblazers in Pop Culture entertainment who have inspired or influenced us!
Hispanic Heritage Month 2019
We hope to inspire and uplift with this content, so stay tuned for more Posts at Planet Nestor throughout Hispanic Heritage Month!
National Hispanic Heritage Month is a time to celebrate the remarkable contributions that Hispanic (Latino/Latina/LatinX) Americans have made to the history United States and runs from September 15 through October 15!
Warner Brothers Animation & DC ComicsWonder Woman: Bloodlines comes to Digital HD on October 5, 2019 and on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack & Blu-Ray Combo Pack on October 22, 2019. Also includes the DC Showcase animated short “Death” based on Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman.