WENDY O. WILLIAMS Statue Throbblehead Now Available

Wendy O. Williams, the unforgettable leader of THE PLASMATICS, is now available as a special-edition statue Throbblehead!

This Throbblehead captures Wendy's incredible 1982 look and is limited to 100 numbered units. It stands at 7 inches tall, and is made of a lightweight polyresin coated with a special rock treatment, making the figure look similar to a statue.

Displayed in a tri-windowed box, here she is accurately sculpted right down to the mohawk, spiked arm bands, and raised fist.

The Throbblehead also comes with a very special Wendy O. Williams bottle stopper, perfect for the holidays. These handcrafted items come in either chrome or gold.

"Undermine the Status Quo!" with the very first statue Throbblehead!

For more information, go to this location.

On April 6, 1998, Williams committed suicide at the age of 48. The rocker was found in a wooded area near her home and the state medical examiner said she died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

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