Sideshow and Iron Studios present the Batman & Batmobile

Article by Carl Bryan

Sideshow Collectibles and Iron Studios present the Batman & Batmobile Art Scale 1:10 Deluxe Statue Collectible Set.

Based on the 1989 movie Batman directed by Tim Burton. Batman is posed with the iconic Batmobile. Batman & the Batmobile are displayed on a Batcave themed base.

“Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?” Well, you can now with this Batman collectible. Add this to your collection today!

Standard Statue – What’s in the Box?

The Batman & Batmobile Deluxe Art Scale 1:10 Statue features:

    • Based on original movie references
    • Made in polystone
    • Hand-painted
    • A pair of removable machine guns
    • Base
    • Batman Art Scale 1:10

“Turn Up The Volume on The Bat Radio”

You know that you’re now singing Prince’s “Batman” theme song now, or perhaps “Party Man!”  With all the hype about a possible return of Michael Keaton as Batman, what perfect timing to add this to your collection!

“I’m Batman!”

Again… it’s 1989 and it’s the first time you have seen this vehicle emerging on the movie screen. You know that feeling, and you could have it every day when you get this beautiful statue ensemble!

Were you one of the fans who got to see Batman ’89 on the big screen? Does this news, or the rumor of Michael Keaton reprising the role excite you? Which Batman & Batmobile combo is your favorite? Adam West and Batman ’66, Val Kilmer and George Clooney from Batman Forever, or Batman & Robin? Or the more tank-like versions seen being driven by Christian Bale or Ben Affleck?

Please let us know in the comments section below, as we’d love to hear from each and every one of you.

Images and Press Release Courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles


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Carl Bryan

Doc B is a college physical education instructor that has coached numerous sports on the rec, club, and collegiate level. He has a wonderful wife, two awesome kids, and remembers when Kryptonite came in a lot of different forms. He also has learned not to utter "Mxyzptlk" backwards!