This is Heavy, Doc! Iron Studios’ BTTF Statue is Massive!

Iron Studios returns from the past with a new Back to the Future statue. This we’re traveling to the far-off year of 2015 to join Doc Brown and Marty McFly as they attempt to fix the future.
Iron Studios is offering up this massive 1/10th scale three-piece diorama of Doc, Marty, and the time machine. Doc Brown is sporting his fashionable 2015 duds, while Marty does the same as he holds on to his Mattel hoverboard.
The DeLorean features opening doors and working lights, including the flux capacitor and Mr. Fusion receptacle. It’s hard to tell from the images, but I don’t think the time circuits, “Christmas tree,” or anything on the dashboard lights up.
The time machine, Doc, and Marty can all be purchased separately, too. The two characters are $149.99 each, and the DeLorean is $1999.99. These items should be arriving between October and December 2022. So just hop in the time machine and grab them then.

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  • Limited edition
  • Based on original references
  • Made in polystone – *(may contain parts in resin, polystone, PVC, metal, and fabric)
  • Hand painted
  • DeLorean features LED lights
  • Includes statues of Marty and Doc
  • Product dimensions: 9.8 in (H) x 22.8 in (W) x 14.6 in (D)
  • Product Weight: 38.8 lbs

I’m a picky guy when it comes to BTTF merchandise. I own quite a bit of it. This statue looks outright amazing, to be perfectly honest now; if this same level of detail is present when the final product ships is another story.
Iron Studios would do us fans an excellent service if they’d produce a BTTF II Biff VS Marty diorama with both Tannen’s car and the time machine. That may be a bit too big at 1/10th scale, though.
What do you think? More BTTF statues? Let us know in the comments.
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