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Just in time for the year-long 25th-anniversary celebration for Pokémon, Unique Art Studio’s stunning statues of Pikachu and Charmander are now available to fans outside of China. Currently, there are only two statues from Unique Art Studio – a 1:1 scale figure of Pikachu and first in a Kanto Starter series, Charmander (not 1:1 scale).



If you’re a fan of the company, you may have seen various social media posts made about Pikachu and Charmander as early as last year on Unique Art Studio’s Facebook page. Why these two are suddenly making the rounds on video game news sites is due to one tiny change – the ability to import them. Based in China, Unique Art Studio lists that their products are only available for sale in mainland China. BigBadToyStore, somehow, was able to secure stock of the beloved Electric- and Fire-type Pokémon and is now accepting pre-order. 

Now, with that said, these two cost a pretty penny and require a non-refundable down payment. The life-sized Pikachu statue can be yours for $869.99 ($130.50 non-refundable down payment) whereas the Charmander statue costs $599.99 ($90 non-refundable down payment). At least both qualify for $4 flat rate shipping!




Statue Details

  • 20.07 x 12.20 x 12.20 inches (51cm x 31cm x 31cm)
  • 1/1 Scale
  • Made of polystone and plastic
  • Features LED lights and sound effects
  • Highly detailed




Statue Details

  • 14.5 x 10.63 x 9.45 inches (37cm x 27cm x 24cm)
  • Made of polystone and plastic
  • Features LED lights in base
  • Highly detailed


More Pokémon focused statues are in the works at Unique Art Studio, including Bulbasaur and Squirtle to round out the iconic Kanto Starter trio. 



For anyone who wants to get Pikachu, Charmander, or both, they’re still available at BigBadToyStore and are scheduled to be shipped out during Q4 2021. 


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Written by Jennifer Burch

Illustrator, designer, writer and big Nintendo geek, you can find Jennifer with an N3DS within reach 24/7. As the oldest of three, she has survived many Mario Party, Super Smash Bros. and Mario Kart sessions intact in addition to getting her brothers hooked on some really weird games. (Cubivore anyone?)