With his big gold and red wings opened from his suit, formed by multiple bars that simulate his feathers, protect him, and allow him to fly at high speed, the winged champion of justice takes flight propelled by his armor built with using the Nth metal, a rare and exotic mineral that allows his suit to defy gravity. Wielding a spiked mace endowed with the nth force for in missions, capable of weakening his foes without actually killing them, and bringing a golden shield in his left arm with his symbol in the shape of a bird of prey’s head in the center, as a complement to his suit, he owns a winged helmet with golden textures all around that besides protecting him, also maintains his identity. Over a diorama pedestal where ancient Egyptian ruins connect to metallic platforms, Iron Studios present their statue "Hawkman BDS - Black Adam -Art Scale 1/10", with the noble and experienced leader of the Justice Society in the DCEU (DC Extended Universe).
Living like a reincarnation of an Egyptian prince named Khufu, Carter Hall acts as the vigilante hero Hawkman, inflicting terror on his enemies and willing to protect people’s lives at any cost, regardless of the wickedness of the person. A hero with serious character, with a strong sense of morality, that in the past, alongside the powerful sorcerer known as Dr. Fate and the hero called Atom, founded the Justice Society, a group of heroes created to defend the world. The group broke up for unknown reasons, following separate paths, whilst Hawkman kept his work as a vigilante. Acting as an archeologist and museum curator, Hall predicted an imminent threat with the help of an artifact in the St. Roch Museum, thus seeing the need to reactivate his old group. Gathering recruits, like the young hero Cyclone and the nephew of his old ally Atom, known as the Atom Smasher, Carter fulfilled his destiny by forming the Justice Society again with his old friend Kent Nelson, Dr. Fate. Instilling years of knowledge and experience in the younger members, Hawkman fights to protect global stability, and he won’t let anyone, not even the powerful Black Adam, stop him from reaching his goal.
Played by actor Aldis Hodge in Black Adam, the 11th movie of the DCEU, Hawkman, one of the most iconic DC heroes, debuts on the big screens, and in the line of statues by Iron Studios derivative from this super production from Warner. Revealed on the show Inside Iron Studios Day of October, where the statue was presented in detail. Also, check out the statue "Black Adam - Black Adam - Art Scale 1/10", both available for Pre-Order, and soon more news by Iron Studios derivative from the DCEU, and much more from the DC universe, see more on Iron Studios’ social media and YouTube channel.