First of all, DC Comics fans, take a deep breath. It’s been a long weekend for you full of exciting trailers and nonstop merch. OK, let the hyperventilating continue: Iron Studios is continuing the hype with two new Wonder Woman 1984 figures.
The Wonder Woman and Young Diana Deluxe Art Scale 1/10 figure is a gift from the gods. The limited-edition collectible reflects the Amazonian princess’s rise from rebellious kid to rebellious superhero. It’s hand-painted and based on scenes from the movie that we’ll finally be able to watch in just over a month.
Fans will have to wait until June of next year to finally call the 8-inch figure theirs but can preorder it now for $199 on Iron Studio’s website. While there, you might as well check out the Cheetah BDS Art Scale 1/10 for $129, which will drop in March and is up for preorder online, too.
The hand-painted, 9-inch figure is so full of detail it almost looks furry (and ready to take over the world). It’s based on movie references — can you see Kristen Wiig? — and made from polystone. The fierce, feline villain is on the attack with her claws out as she appears to leap off the stone.