Dark Horse Reveals New Tali’Zorah and Urdnot Wrex Statues

Close-up, over the shoulder look at the Mass Effect Tali statue from Dark Horse.

On the heels of revealing a new Commander Shepard statue, Dark Horse has revealed a pair of squadmates joining their Mass Effect collectible line!

What good is Command Shepard without their crew? We all know the answer to that, and so does Dark Horse. Which is why they couldn’t let their recently revealed Shepard statue be all alone. Today, they’ve announced some additions to the new collectible line featuring iconic members of the squad: Tali’Zorah and Urdnot Wrex.

Full shot of the Tali'Zorah statue from Dark Horse Direct

Tali’Zorah Figure – $59.99

By the time Tali joins Shepard’s team aboard the Normandy, she has proven herself intelligent and trustworthy by providing knowledge of the Reapers. With her insight into the geth, expertise on technology old and new, and unquestioned loyalty, Tali is an indispensable ally.

This PVC figure stands at 8.5” tall and will definitely enhance your lineup of Mass Effect figures!

Close up of Dark Horse's Urdnot Wrex statue Full shot of Urdnot Wrex statue from Dark Horse Direct

Urdnot Wrex Figure – $69.99

Born to Clan Urdnot, the famed and often feared krogan is also one of the last krogan battlemasters, the toughest krogan in existence due to their biotic abilities and diligent determination. Despite his prowess in battle, Wrex doesn’t partake in pointless violence and is one of the few of his people planning for a new krogan future.


At 9.75” tall, this figure is ready to unleash his usually-tempered fury on any that would get in the way of him or his squad.

Both of these are set to launch in August 2024 (around the same time as Shepard) with pre-orders live now.

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