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This thing is so cool, love the work thats gone into it and the size ... WOW ! iam really glad with this purchase and you will be to , do yourself a favor... GET ONE !! Great job SS
— A viewer
Wynyard Tasmania Australia
I pulled the trigger on this, my first enviro piece, along with the Hot Toy's Indie figure. This is a great piece from one of my favorite scenes in all of Hollywood history. I expected the great detail and was impressed by how sturdy it is. A great buy and much larger than most enviro pieces.
— Tom McCormick
It couldent be better.....Sideshow did a amazing job here..... But we need more enviroments for indy.....imagine the well of souls, the chachapoyan temple with the ferility idol pedistal...the rolling ball....the temple of doom offering stage etc..... Sideshow we know only you can do it
— Lasse lund
It's a beautiful piece, and I've been dreaming of owning it for 30 years. But even if Indiana Jones means nothing to you, this is the best display for any 1/6 scale figures, or heck by itself it would make the centerpiece of any living room! Even better with Hot Toys DX Indy!
Just got mine yesterday and it is huge, heavy and awesome. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because of the price. It's worth every peny, but that's alot of saved-up pennies in my world.
If you have not got your order in on this beauty you do not have much time...it WILL be swept up in the sands of time and your chance to locate the "well of souls" will be but a dream filled with tears from the river Nile.
— A viewer
Misawa Air Base, Japan
as heavy as real stone, highly detailed. Looks twice as great w/ Hot Toys Indy in Arab garb standing on Staff of Ra pedestal. Only thing missing is a tape measure and Nazi Graffiti. Interesting pictograms on the walls, not sure all are Egyptian. My favorite piece so far.
— Michael W Austin