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IRON STUDIOS’ New Statues Feature WONDER WOMAN, BATMAN, and GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

IRON STUDIOS’ New Statues Feature WONDER WOMAN, BATMAN, and GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

From the box office successes of Wonder Woman, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and Spider-Man: Homecoming, it seems that superheroes have once again ruled the summer movie season. Thanks to Iron Studios and Bluefin, they can rule the Christmas season as well. They have just released their latest line of statues, featuring not only Wonder Woman and the Guardians but characters from 2015’s blockbuster video game Arkham Knight as well.

Looking exactly like Gal Gadot, this Wonder Woman statue is ready to kick Ares’ butt back to Olympus. It stands 12 inches tall and retails for $179.99.

From the Teen Titans to Arrow, Deathstroke is pretty much a thorn in every DC hero’s side. This incarnation has him going up against Batman in Arkham Knight. He stands 7.7 inches tales and goes for $109.99.

Also from Arkham Knight comes Batman’s partner in crime (-fighting), Robin. The Tim Drake version, that is. There are so many of them I have to make sure I am specific. Carrying his legendary Bo staff, the Boy Wonder stands at 7.7 tall and runs $109.99.

Moving to the Marvel side of the house, we reach statues from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Each statue connects with the rest of the team to create a fantastic looking diorama. Here we have Drax (Dave Bautista) looking to be doing something either very brave or very stupid. Drax stands 13 inches tall and has a price of $109.99.

Arguably the most savage member of the team, Gamora (Zoe Saldana) looks ready to tear something or somebody’s head off (Probably Quill’s). She stands 11.8 inches and will run for $109.99.

You can check out more pics of these highly detailed statues in the gallery below. Also available but not pictured are Batman from Arkham Knight and Star-Lord. The detail of these statues is amazing and will be a welcome addition to any movie or video game fan’s collection. You can pre-order any of the statues (for release in November or December) through any authorized Bluefin retailer.

So what do you think? Which of these statues will you be picking up? Which one is going to make the perfect Christmas present for the fanperson in your life? Let me know on Twitter or sound off in the comments below.

Images: Iron Studios/Bluefin

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