Iron Studios Back to the Future Part II Marty McFly 1:10 Scale Statue
The young adventurer is properly dressed in futuristic automated clothing, such as a self-adjusting, self-drying jacket, and self-tying sneakers. The young man arrives in the future wearing a bright iridescent cap and holding in his hands a hoverboard. All these accessories were given by his best friend, Dr. Brown, so that he could be dressed according to that time and fulfill the mission of preventing his son from being incarcerated. Added to the diorama scenario presented by Sideshow and Iron Studios, the "Marty McFly 1:10 Art Scale Statue" has the tube-shaped backpack that contained his futuristic costume on the base.
This statue is part of the diorama scenario "DeLorean Set Full Deluxe 1:10 Art Scale," which features the young Marty McFly and his friend Dr. Emmett Brown, newcomers to the hypothetical future year of 2015. Wearing their futuristic special outfits so they can go unnoticed, they plan their next steps right next to their iconic time-shift vehicle, the iconic DeLorean Time Machine, which floats above the base of a street in the city of Hill Valley in the future.
In the second part of the movie trilogy of the "Back to the Future" franchise, Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to the imaginary future year of 2015 with the legendary DeLorean Time Machine, enhanced with a flight mechanism. The statues are the result of hard work of study and development by the Iron Studios team, which worked with maximum synergy to create this diorama that brings together all the nostalgia of the movie and the pop culture of the 1980s.
Measures 8.6" x 5.9" x 5.1"