Iron Studios proudly presents their new statue "Batmobile Deluxe - The Flash - Art Scale 1/10", featuring the iconic Batmobile alongside Batman in his updated black costume. The statue showcases the Batmobile on a metallic platform base with rocks and stalagmites, representing the atmosphere of the Batcave, Batman's secret headquarters and command center hidden beneath Wayne Manor.
The Batmobile holds a significant place in Batman's mythology, and this particular version originated from the 1989 movie directed by Tim Burton. Designed by Julian Caldow under the guidance of Tim Burton and Anton Furst, the Batmobile was constructed using a Chevrolet Impala chassis and a Chevy V8 engine, with modifications based on a 1970 Corvette bodywork. Caldow's design incorporated elements from jet aircraft and war machines, resulting in a bolder and darker vehicle that aligned with Burton and Furst's vision for a more menacing Batman.
In "The Flash" movie, Bruce Wayne has retired from his crime-fighting duties in Gotham City. However, in the future, he is sought out by Barry Allen, a metahuman traveler from another Earth. When the threat of General Zod endangers Earth without the presence of Superman or other heroes to stop him, Barry persuades Bruce to come out of retirement and assist in rescuing a captive Kryptonian being.
"The Flash" movie, part of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), stars Ezra Miller as the speedster hero and brings back 71-year-old actor Michael Keaton in the role of Batman. Iron Studios celebrates this momentous production with their collection of statues inspired by the movie, which includes Batman, two versions of the Flash (including an alternate version portrayed by Ezra Miller), and the iconic Batmobile Deluxe. These statues are available for pre-order now!
Make sure not to miss out on this exciting event and the opportunity to own these remarkable statues inspired by "The Flash" movie.
Specifications and Features
Batmobile Deluxe - The Flash - Art Scale 1/10
- Based on the iconic Batmobile from the 1989 movie directed by Tim Burton
- Built on a Chevrolet Impala chassis with a Chevy V8 engine
- Modified from a 1970 Corvette bodywork
- Concept design by Julian Caldow under the direction of Tim Burton and Anton Furst
- Batcave-themed base with rocks and stalagmites
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