Facing the sword of the old captain with his small dagger, which he wields with great dexterity, the boy with reddish hair, thick eyebrows, brown eyes, and pointy elf-like ears, wearing a short-sleeved green tunic, olive green trousers, and sienna moccasin shoes, flies next to his small fairy friend Tinker Bell, not only dueling with the pirate with long black hair, thin mustache, and red coat, but also having fun in the fight with his rival, because, when you never grow up, life is nothing more than fun, whim, and adventure. Underneath his feet, the one-handed villain balances in the bow of his ship, the Jolly Roger, while his loyal boatswain Mr. Smee gets desperate when he sees his treasure chest in the sea and his doubloon coins scattered and being taken away by the waves, waves that bring the fearsome crocodile Tick-Tock closer to the vessel. Expanding even further their collection of statues celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary, Iron Studios present the statue "Peter Pan Vs Hook Deluxe - – Disney Classics 100 Years – Art Scale 1/10", with the classic battle between the boy hero who wouldn’t grow up against the vengeful mean pirate.
Iron Studios will also release the statue in the regular version "Peter Pan Vs Hook – Disney Classics 100 Years – Art Scale 1/10" with the boy hero facing the infamous pirate in the bow of his ship, the Jolly Roger, with a big clock, without the other characters in the set. And the limited statue "Peter Pan Vs Hook 100th – Disney Classics 100 Years – Art Scale 1/10", with an especially decorated silver base, with a frontal plaque celebrating Disney’s 100 Years, another special item for fans and collectors to commemorate and remember this centenary, just like the other statues from this collection revealed previously, this one is also made in an edition limited to only 100 units.
In a certain night in 1904, in the London neighborhood of Bloomsbury, the house of family Darling receives the visit of Peter Pan, an adventurous and bold boy with the power of flight and many special abilities. Peter lives in the enchanted island of Neverland, where he can’t grow up. He uses a magic dust to give Wendy’s brothers, Michael and John Darling, the power of flight by thinking happy thoughts. Peter then takes them to the Neverland Island, where the wicked Captain Hook and his pirates plans vengeance against Peter Pan for cutting his hand and giving it to Tick-Tock the Crocodile, that liked it so much that he chases the ship of the old corsair. There, they live adventures next to Peter; to his small fairy friend Tinker Bell; to the Lost Boys, six lads in animal-costume pajamas, who look to Peter as their leader; to Indians on the island and their princess Tiger Lilly, until the final battle of Peter Pan against Captain Hook as portrayed in this statue by Iron Studios. Eventually, Peter, with the help of Tinker Bell’s Pixie Dust, takes Wendy and her brothers back to London to their parents’ arms. Based on the play “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up” by British writer Sir James Matthew Barrie, Peter Pan is the 14th movie in the Disney Animated Canon, originally released in 1953. Although he wasn’t a huge success at first, it is still considered to be one of Disney’s most popular movies of all times and considered to be Disney’s most commercial film to this day, with a sequel and six spin-off movies of Tinker Bell, besides popular children show.
Already available for Pre-Order, presented on the show Inside Iron Studios Day of October on Iron Studios’ official YouTube channel. Check out the other previously presented statues celebrating Disney 100 Years: Mickey-Fantasia, Scar-The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, Monsters Inc Diorama, and Aladdin and Jasmine. Don’t miss future news from Iron Studios on their social media.