During Halloween in the small town of Westview, New Jersey, the syntozoid Vision, formerly an ally of the Avengers, says goodbye to his wife Wanda Maximoff, with whom he shares an idyllic suburban life, along with their children Billy and Tommy, and his brother-in-law, Pietro. Vision is a volunteer on the community surveillance patrol and leaves for duty properly dressed, as the date requires. He is wearing a costume similar to the original version of the character in the comics, but with the characteristics of cosplay, in a more laid-back way, with sports shorts, sneakers, and yellow socks. His costume has such an iconic look that he compares it to a Mexican wrestler, who stands out for their colorful costumes and masks. In this way, at the request of fans and collectors, Iron Studios presents the statue "Vision Halloween Version Art Scale 1/10 - WandaVision" based on the sixth episode, "All-New Halloween Spooktacular!" from the Marvel miniseries on TV. The series is produced and aired by the Disney+ streaming channel.
After the events that unfolded in the film Avengers: Endgame (2019), WandaVision is the first television series integrated into the Marvel Cinematographic Universe (MCU) and produced by Marvel Studios. In the series, Wanda Maximoff instinctively and unconsciously uses all her mystical power as a channel of Chaos Magic to alter the reality of a quiet city and its inhabitants, recreating a perfect world, according to her concept. WandaVision is based on the classic sitcom format, where each episode is set at a different time. One of the most acclaimed episodes by audiences and critics, the sixth is portrayed as in the series of the late 1990s and early 2000s, as well as paying tribute to Halloween-themed television episodes in general.
The Vision is a syntozoid (synthetic human) created by the robot Ultron to serve as its new body in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). It turns out that, by implanting one of the Infinite Gems on Vision`s forehead, to give the new body special powers as this is the Mind Gem, Vision ends up creating its own conscience and rebels against Ultron, joining the Avengers. Played by actor Paul Bettany, who in the former movies was apparently killed by Thanos, returns in the WandaVision series.
The statue, already available for Pre-Order, can be paired with "Wanda Halloween Version Art Scale 1/10 - WandaVision", composing a small diorama of the cult episode of the series.