The Flash (review) is in theatres now. Surprisingly, the high-end collectibles market has been devoid of replicas or statues based on the Speeders, Batman, or Supergirl.
The first expensive replica we’ve seen so far comes from PureArts. The collectibles company has produced a copy of The Flash’s cowl, complete with lighting effects and a “working” version of the hero’s ring.
The 1:1 scale cowl is based on Barry’s costume from the new film. It’s a huge step up from what The Flash wore in Justice League. Why would someone who runs fast enough to travel in time wear something with so many loose-looking parts and exposed wires?
Ezra Miller’s version of The Flash may not be good, but the one exciting thing to come out of this is a supposedly new type of LED feature built into the replica. According to PureArts, the cowl features “an innovative multi-layer structure delivering a never-before-seen LED light system throughout the bright red mask. The vividly lit gold veining provides a truly electrifying accent to this piece.”
Is it wearable? Probably not. The cowl is made from poly resin, so I doubt you’ll be able to squeeze your head into it. Also, it may be permanently affixed to the base.
The 21″ x 12″ x 10″ replica prop is limited to only 150 pieces and is priced at $1,199. Expect The Flash’s cowl to arrive during the second quarter of 2024.
The Flash cowl includes the following features and accessories:
- LED detailing throughout the cowl
- Multi-layer structure for movie accurate textures and translucent look
- Features a white back-lit bolt emblem on chest
- Includes removeable yellow lenses
- Exclusive Item: The Flash ring replica
Would you be willing to pay over $1K for this cowl? Let us know in the comments section.[Source: PureArts]
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