Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite

Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite
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The Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite captures Stitch as he’s indulging in his more mischievous tendencies, like rampaging through The Golden City built from Lilo’s toys like a miniature kaiju.

The alien experiment 626 is designed to destroy. After 625 not-so-successful experiments, Dr. Jumba Jookiba finally manages to bring to life a virtually indestructible creature. 626 is essentially destructive and vicious, possesses super strength, is bullet and fireproof, can cling to any surface, has super senses, and super-advanced intelligence. And he is also the pet that every little girl would like to have.

With an instinct to destroy and a mind like a supercomputer, Stitch builds a San Francisco model with Lilo’s toys after just glancing at a postcard of the city.

The exquisite detail of the carboard buildings and tiny cars flying in the wake of Stitch’s tirade while the genetically engineered agent of chaos grins from ear to floppy ear brings this classic scene to life. At approximately 8-inches tall from the base of the homemade streets to the tips of the cars and ropes flung into the air, the Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite makes the perfect centerpiece for your collection.

Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite is priced at $49.99 and can be found at the links below. Its release is scheduled for July 2021.

Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite

“Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind”. As famous as the phrase is the movie that originated it: Lilo and Stitch.

Stitch is the main character in Lilo & Stitch, a 2002 Disney film. The film received an Academy Award nomination for Best Animated Feature in 2003 and won the Annie for Best Voice in an Animated Film for Lilo the same year.

However, the universe of the two companions was not restricted to the first film from 2002. The franchise, now known as one of Disney’s “classics,” continued through 2017 with three more films, a short film, two series, and an anime.

With about 70 hours of content, it is possible to follow Stitch from when he is raised by the intergalactic scientist Jumba, through the moment when Lilo grows up and has a daughter, to when Stitch meets new friends Ai Ling and Yuna Kamihara.

Quantum Mechanix: Lilo & Stich Visits San Francisco Q-Fig Max Elite

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