Wielding his Winchester 1866 “Yellow Boy” rifle, modified with a scope custom made by himself, capable of shooting the fleas off a dog’s back at 500 yards, the eccentric Dr. Emmett Brown demands the Buford “Mad Dog” Tannen gang to free his best friend, the young Marty McFly, after shooting and breaking the rope from his neck. With his body covered by a khaki overcoat over his period costume made of a striped shirt, vest with the chain of his pocket watch, brown pants, boots and cowboy hat, the time machine inventor is initially reluctant to go back to his time in the future, but motivated by the sense of self-preservation, by a new love recently discovered and by the efforts of his young friend in saving him, decides to use his knowledge and genius to travel time once again. Thus, Iron Studios present the statue “Doc Brown - Back to the Future Part III - Art Scale 1/10”, that compose a diorama set with the statues “Marty McFly - Back to the Future Part III - Art Scale 1/10” and the vehicle “DeLorean III - Back to the Future Part III - Art Scale 1/10”, inspired by the last part of the iconic cinematographic trilogy by Robert Zemeckis and Steven Spielberg.
Accidentally sent back to the year of 1885 by a lightning that damaged the time shift circuits in his Time Machine DeLorean, the scientist Dr. Emmett Brown writes a letter to his best friend Marty McFly narrating the facts. But Doc, accepting his new life as a blacksmith in the Old West, asks him in the letter not to come back to 1885, fearing more damages to the space-time continuum. Against his friend’s wishes, Marty recovers the DeLorean from an abandoned gold mine and gets back to the past to rescue his partner from a tragic fate. Both an audience and box-office success, “Back to the Future Part III” from 1990 is a Western Sci-fi, with love and adventure elements, that brings the conclusion to one of the most popular and celebrated movie sagas, establishing itself as a worshiped pop franchise in segments as animations, comics, books, amusement parks’ theme rides, several videogames, a musical theater play, and many collectibles.
Faithful to every detail and texture of his clothes and replicating with perfection the face features of actor Christopher Lloyd, the statue Doc Brown - Back to the Future Part III - Art Scale 1/10 is already available for Pre-Order, just like the other statues that compose the diorama. Check out the other statues from the Back to the Future trilogy by Iron Studios also available for Pre-Order and follow Iron Studios’ social media and YouTube channel for “back to the future” news soon.