Iron Studios has released details for their latest one-tenth scale statue, which features the DC Comics version of the Joker. The statue measures nine inches tall and comes on a highly detailed base. There is also a deluxe edition of the statue that includes two additional heads, a hat, and a green gas effect. The regular edition is priced starting at $130 or the deluxe version is priced starting at $170. Both versions are expected to ship between December 2021 and February 2022. You can preorder either version of the statue directly from Iron Studios or from Sideshow Collectibles.
Iron Studios DC Comics The Joker 1:10 Scale Statue
The Prince Clown of Crime, from Gotham City, in a new version of the comic books by Iron Studios!
“With a more contemporary look, but not leaving his past behind, combining classic colors and elements, dressed in purple, complemented with an black shirt, orange suspenders, and a blue tie, The Joker gets one more version derived from the DC Comics by Iron Studios.”
On a base, he poses as if he is walking between cylinders, connections, and pipes, which refers to the scenario of “Ace Chemical Transformation Factory” in Gotham City, the villain’s birthplace. With a Batarang stuck in a metallic sphere at his feet, the statue “The Joker Art Scale 1:10 DC Comics – Iron Studios” presents the Prince Clown of Crime with his unmistakable smile in action, carrying a crowbar in his right fist, the tool used in one of his most memorable moments in the comics, and ready to shoot some chemical and acidic substance, from the flower in his lapel, another one of his trademarks.
In addition to the regular version, Iron Studios brings a Deluxe variant, which includes its purple fedora hat, resting on a containment cylinder, with the effect of gases escaping through the pipe junction, and three interchangeable heads.
One of the greatest villains in comics, and Batman’s greatest archenemy, The Joker was created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson, inspired by actor Conrad Veidt in the 1928 film “The Man Who Laughs” and a playing card. Crazy and always smiling, he made his debut in Batman #1 in 1940. His origin, as well as his real name, are a mystery to this day.