Inspired by his older version from an alternative future, the teenager Barry Allen improvises while modifying and customizing one of Batman’s costumes in a peculiar version of the scarlet speedster. Next to his other 'self' from another world, more experienced and trained, he seeks help from a retired Dark Knight, inactive for years, to face a global threat in this reality. Thus, Iron Studios present the statue 'Flash Alternate Version - The Flash Movie - Art Scale 1/10', with the young alternative version of the hero, over a base of metallic platforms reminiscent of the Batcave, Batman’s base of operations and headquarters.
After being struck by a lightning and getting drenched in chemical products on a fateful night, the young Barry Allen got a metahuman connection with the Speed Force, an extradimensional energy field that gives him the superhuman ability to think and move super-fast and makes him capable of vibrating his body in a microscopic level. Barry then created a costume, built with the same silica-based quartz fabric used by NASA, with the symbol of a golden lightning on the chest. Using his powers, he became the hero defender of Central City known as the Flash. After the death of Superman, Barry was recruited to form the Justice League where he played a fundamental role in the resurrection of the Man of Steel and helped in the fight against the forces of General Steppenwolf from Apokolips. With the goal of proving the innocence of his father, Henry, wrongfully accused and sentenced by the murder of his mother Nora, Barry is hired by the forensic laboratory of the Central City Police Department, where he became a high qualified forensic scientist. Using the Speed Force, Barry discovers that he can travel time, change past events, thus stopping the murder of his mother. But while doing so he alters the future, creating another reality in which he finds a teenager version of himself, that grew up without needing to worry with his parent’s support, that still haven’t been through the events that will transform him into the Flash. Excited and admired by his mature self, the young Barry is looking forward to know if he is capable of getting the same powers and becoming the same superhero in this reality.
The solo movie of the fastest hero on Earth, the 13th movie in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), releases now in June on the big screen with Ezra Miller reprising the main role of the speedster hero, and Iron Studios tag along using the Speed Force to reveal their collection of statues inspired by this memorable production that will bring besides his younger version also played by Ezra Miller, the older version of the protagonist Flash, and the Batman from this reality played once again by actor Michael Keaton, and other surprises on the next Inside Iron Studios Day on YouTube that celebrates its 2-years-anniversary in June. Don’t miss it!