Away from the chaotic Gotham City, beneath the foundation of the imposing gothic mansion house of Wayne’s family, administrated for years by the faithful butler Alfred Pennyworth, secret passageways lead to the mysterious Batcave, the Dark Knight’s secret headquarters and command center adapted with the most modern technology and resources used by the hero in his infinite crusade, the place is also the leaving and arriving spot for the hero’s special vehicles, among them, pop culture’s most remarkable car in every media! After a long time away, Bruce Wayne wears again Batman’s iconic black costume in a new version and reactivates his technological arsenal, including his awesome car, to fight against a new global threat. Over a metallic platform base with rocks and stalagmites of Batman’s HQ, Iron Studios proudly present their new statue "Batmobile Deluxe - The Flash - Art Scale 1/10", bringing once again the most iconic and beloved versions of the super crime-fighting machine alongside the hero in his most recent black costume.
The Batmobile is almost a living character in Batman’s mythology, and this praised version created in 1989 in the movie directed by Tim Burton was built over a Chevrolet Impala chassis with a Chevy V8 engine, based and modified from a 1970 Corvette bodywork. Its original concept design was elaborated by Julian Caldow, under Tim Burton and Anton Furst’s direction. Caldow also designed the looks in his “Armored” protection mode version. Furst wanted Caldow to include components of jet aircrafts, war machines, and other similar vehicles with the objective of producing a car for a Batman bolder and darker than the one seen previously. In The Flash, after years fighting crime, Bruce gave up on the mantle and retired as the protector of Gotham City. But in his future, Bruce is found by a metahuman traveler from a different Earth known as Barry Allen. When the Kryptonian villain General Zod arrives on Earth threatening to annihilate it, without the presence of Superman or other superheroes to stop him, Barry has to persuade Bruce to get back to action and help him rescue another Kryptonian being held prisoner on Earth.
With Ezra Miller reprising the main role of the Earth’s fastest speedster hero, and Batman played once again by 71-years-old actor Michael Keaton, the 13th movie of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) releases in June in the Big Screens, and Iron Studios tags along using the Speed Force to reveal their collection of statues inspired by this memorable production, composed of the Dark Knight, two versions of the Flash, including an alternate version also played by Miller, the emblematic Batmobile Deluxe followed by Batman, all available for Pre-Order
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