Tim Seeley, Mike Norton and Skelton Crew Studio Unveil ‘Revival’ Statue

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Litchfield, ME — Skelton Crew Studio, a comic book replica studio based in the wilds of Maine, has collaborated with “Revival” creators Tim Seeley and Mike Norton on new collectible statue based on one of the series’ main characters, Em Cypress.

This officially licensed limited edition mini-bust stands 6-inches tall and features Em in her classic, amazingly detailed hoodie, clutching a bloody scythe, with a creep sneaking up her back. As a bonus, fans who pre-order by Feb. 14 will receive an Em Cypress toe tag, signed by both creators.

Em was designed by Mike Norton and studio head Israel Skelton and beautifully sculpted by Arlen Pelletier.

Skelton Crew Studio has been making busts since 2014, when the studio debuted the Poyo bust for “CHEW,” but this is its first work with Seeley and Norton. The statues comes hot on the tails of the “Revival” team’s announcement that a movie based on the comic is currently in production by Shatterglass Films.

“’Revival’ was a gorgeous, keeps-pulling-you-along read,” said Skelton. “It’s been awesome to work with the guys and we couldn’t be happier with how she turned out.”

Fans can find the Limited Edition Em Cypress mini-bust and other limited edition replicas at www.skeltoncrewstudio.com

About Skelton Crew Studio: Since Skelton Crew Studio’s founding by Israel and Kathryn Skelton in 2008, it has created officially licensed merchandise for a number of best-selling and award-winning comic book series, including “CHEW,” “Hellboy,” “B.P.R.D.,” “Mouse Guard,” “Head Lopper,” “Revival” and many more. The studio’s been featured on the A.V. Club’s Pop Culture Gift Guide, MTV, Nerdist and dozens of other news and pop culture sites. Skelton has been sculpting and creating for more than 30 years. They live in Maine with two wild little boys and one sleepy corgi.

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