The Batman Special Art Edition Deluxe Museum Masterline 1:3 Scale Statue:
- "I'm vengeance."
- This 35-inch tall, 1:3 scale Batman statue is too real to be true!
- Based on Jim Lee's breathtaking 2020 DC Fandome illustration.
- You can see every stitch, every dent, and every texture in the detail!
- Deluxe Version comes with swappable faces, left hands, and right hands.
Inspired by the 2022 DC film The Batman
where Batman faces the Riddler, this astonishing 35-inch tall
The Batman Special Art Edition Museum Masterline 1:3 Scale Statue is almost too real to be true! Based on Jim Lee's breathtaking DC Fandome illustration from 2020's DC Fandome Event, Prime 1 Studio created this work of art in statue form. Prime 1's artist team took the kernel of Jim Lee's artwork and embellished it to push the realism and drama and create an exciting take on the Caped Crusader. The leather-like texture, intricate stitching on his cowl, and subtle facial features in the lower half of his face have been executed to perfection. Batman's armor is both solid and brutal. It gives him a menacing silhouette and the protection he needs to do his job effectively. You can see every stitch, every dent, every texture, every pouch, and every strap as if it were the real thing! Perched atop an iconic gargoyle, Te Batman is ready to take on Gotham City's most superstitious and cowardly lot.Deluxe Version:
Comes with 3 unique, swappable portraits. One is directly inspired by Jim Lee's art, one is an homage to the 2022 film, and the other is a callback to a more comic-based appearance. Moreover, the Deluxe Version comes with 2 swappable left hands and 3 swappable right hands to extend your storytelling! And there's a Gotham City gargoyle-themed base.
While Batman looks like a night creature devoid of color, Prime 1's painters took great care in differentiating the multitude of armor pieces, cloth textures, and other aspects of the suit to portray that his costume is made up of numerous parts and not just a solid block of darkness. Many different finishes and painting techniques were employed to bring out the stark realism of this piece. Jim Lee's drawing truly inspired realism in this statue.