Arrogant, narcissistic, and always thirsty for power, the slender feline with brown fur, a black mane, green eyes, and a giant scar over the left eye that gives him his name, settles down sitting on top of a rock in the dreadful territory known as the elephant graveyard. Always egocentric, the former leader of the Lion Guard adopts a position of power, devising his nefarious plans to take on the throne as reigning monarch of the Pride Lands, a vast savanna territory controlled by a pride of powerful lions in Africa. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Disney, Iron Studios proudly present the statue “Scar - The Lion King - Art Scale 1/10”, with the iconic villain from The Lion King, the 32nd animated feature film produced by Walt Disney Pictures in 1994, a movie that at the time achieved the second high- est box-office of all times, with the villain over a base in his rocky pedestal surrounded by ivory tusks that refer to sinister set of the elephant graveyard.
Iron Studios also bring the Deluxe version “Scar Deluxe - The Lion King - Art Scale 1/10”, over a base richly decorated with ivory tusks and green mists, followed by his minions, the clan of exiled hyenas formed by the cunning female Shenzi, the clumsy Banzai, and the cheerful Ed. And a special edition “Scar - Disney 100 Years - The Lion King - Art Scale 1/10” numbered and limited to 100 statues, with a base richly decorated bringing the Iron Studios logo and a front plaque commemo- rating Disney’s 100th anniversary, a more than special item for fans and collectors to celebrate and be a part of this centenary.
In the Pride Lands, King Mufasa ruled the animals as their monarch while his brother Scar was in charge as the leader of the group that defended and protected the kingdom. But the position of power, envy, and ambition led Scar to believe that he should be king instead. He tried to usurp Mufasa’s throne, but his subor- dinates refused to help him in his plot. After the birth of his nephew, Simba, Scar planned to get rid of him and his brother. Allying with a clan of hyenas, he trig- gered a wildebeest stampede threatening Simba’s life and drawing Mufasa to the hazard. Mufasa was able to save Simba’s life but was murdered by Scar. Scar convinced Simba that he was responsible for the death of his father, which lead the cub to self-exile. Scar then became the new king, and allowed the hyenas to invade their lands, making the kingdom slowly fall into ruins. Simba collapses from exhaustion in a desert and almost dies, but ends up being rescued by Timon, a meerkat, and Pumbaa, a warthog, that take care of him until he recovers. Simba then grows up with them in the jungle, living a carefree life. When he becomes a young adult, he rescues Timon and Pumbaa from a starving lion and recognizes his friend Nala, that tries to convince him to return home, revealing that the Pride Lands had become a wasteland under the rule of Scar. Initially reluctant, eventually Simba gets back to face Scar and defeats him. Surrounded by starving hyenas, that turned against him, Scar is devoured by his former allies in the middle of a flame.
Revealed firsthand on the monthly virtual show Inside Iron Studios Day, this beautiful and detailed statue filled with references from the movie is already availa- ble for Pre-Order. Check out other previously revealed statues by Iron Studios for this celebration such as “Mickey Fantasia DLX– Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10”, “Mickey Fantasia – Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10”, and “Mickey Fantasia 100 Years Ver. - Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10” also limited to only 100 units, also available for Pre-Order. Soon more exclusive news from the Iron Studios line that celebrates the 100th anniversary of Disney!
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