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TysonL
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Someone posted this screen grab from the Sideshow YouTube video.
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Ben Bentley
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What are these? They appear to be statues rather than action figures, right?
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They are up coming statues being done by IRON Studios. I believe a 1/10th scale.
No price point announced as of yet or pre-order date set. They look very nicely done though.
Iron Studios has done some great stuff, their Christopher Reeve statue was very nice and sold out.
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Yeah I was just going to post these but Tyson beat me to it-- they look great-- 1/10th scale so not that big which makes them a win for me-- I love 'em.

Just because SDCC isn't happening in person doesn't mean there won't be a whole lot of announcements of cool stuff coming. Comic-con.org is your start point but a lot of sites are covering Comic-con@home as it's being called.
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Here are a couple of pictures posted on Facebook.
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"It's the very essence of our democracy". - Batman, S1 Ep 11
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If you sign up for email updates from Iron Studios you get $15 off. I'm on the fence as to ordering these. I like them a lot, I just have a lot of stuff and there's a fine line between enjoying something and becoming a hoarder. But they are a nice item, I'm particularly fond of The Joker-- I love the lack of white on his neck.
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I'm with u, Andy. Joker is fab, but something about Batman's face (maybe the weird smile) doesn't sit right with me.
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I'm still happy when anything Batman '66 related gets made but these looked better in the first photos to me.
*See more 3D printed props @ https://www.instagram.com/saffledesigns/
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Some days you just can't get rid of a ... SHARK!
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I've got to admit, these are actually continuing to grow on me with each time I see the images. The Cesar is particularly calling to me.
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I think it's the smile and the cowl markings that turn me away from the Adam piece. The Joker is great, but can you get one without the other? I don't mean are you allowed to-- I just mean they sort of go together.
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I received just Batman today (after adding $40 for shipping and tax to complete the order). I must say it is wayyyy smaller than I ever would have envisioned. It’s cool, but is it worth $190 to my door? Probably not. I’m in on the Joker, but they haven’t sent me the invoice on the tax/shipping yet. Don’t know if that’s delayed or what. I figure with the distribution problems it is. So be aware that it’s basically the size of a Mattel or McFarlane figure.
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So that’s about 1/12 scale.

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