"Batmobile 89" Hits the Streets Again With New Iron Studios Art Scale

Batman's fans can rejoice this week with the new official announcement of Batman 89' Batmobile and Batman statue by Iron Studios. The statue is based off the Tim Burton classic 1989 Batman. The 1/10 scale statue even comes with a Batman 89' Micheal Keaton to go with it! This art scale of the Batmobile shows off all the little details from the iconic film. The inside of the Batmobile is amazingly accurate, from the detail on the seats, to the buttons and screen on the control panel. Iron Studios puts the time and effort in these statues to make sure you get your money's worth. Speaking of money, your best bet would be a team-up with Catwoman to get the help for this one as it will cost $999. For the amount of detail, it is limited edition and the fact that this is hand-painted, you are getting all your money's worth.

While this pricey collectible is usually out of my price range, I would still love to own it for my own Batman collection. The added Batman to go with the Batmobile is a major plus. This way you can easily show off both in a bat-tastic display and with the base it gives you the feel of the bat cave. This deluxe statue is gorgeous and would be perfect for any Batman fans Batcave. The estimated release window is late 2020 or early 2021, so you will have to wait for this but your preorder in because this will go fast.

Preorders are live and possible for payment plans. They are here.
Check out the Batmobile and Batman below before they hit the streets!


Batman & Batmobile Deluxe Art Scale 1/10 – Batman (1989)

MSRP $999.99

– Limited edition
– Based on original movie references
– Made in polystone
– Hand painted
– Includes pair of removable machineguns
– Includes base and Batman Art Scale 1/10

Product dimensions: 11 in (H) x 29.5 in (W) x 13.7 in (L)

Product Weight: 41.3 lbs
Release schedule: Third quarter of 2020
Estimated Delivery Date: October 2020 – January 2021

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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