Fans got their first good look at the Cheetah in the recent WW84 FanDome trailer, and now Iron Studios has released images of their upcoming statues from the movie. Both pieces will debut in the first half of 2021.
Here’s the lowdown on Cheetah:
Wild Fury: Iron Studios reveals its version of the fierce Cheetah!
With her sharp claws, the ferocious feline villain leaps with her superhuman speed to attack her powerful amazon rival. With this scenario, Iron Studios proudly presents “Cheetah BDS Art Scale 1/10 – WW84”, a statue inspired by the movie version of iconic villain, antagonist of Wonder Woman in the movie WW84, played by actress Kristen Wiig.
Different women used Cheetah’s identity in the comics, but the main Cheetah that comes to life in theaters is Dr. Barbara Ann Minerva, created by Len Wein and George Pérez in 1987. Barbara is an antiques expert delighted to meet Wonder Woman, which in a mystical way is possessed by the powers of the Goddess of the Hunt, transforming itself into Cheetah, a female humanoid creature with the characteristics of the fastest cat on Earth, with super strength and agile reflexes. In the comics, Cheetah is obsessed with Diana’s bond of truth.
And we even get two versions of Wonder Woman:
The evolution of Wonder Woman by Iron Studios
Since her childhood, the still little princess Diana has shown her adventurous and rebellious side by observing and imitating the training of her older amazon sisters, especially Lieutenant Antiope, who was later responsible for her preparation as a warrior. Despite contradicting the wishes of her mother Hippolyta, the queen of the amazons, who preferred her beloved heiress following more diplomatic paths as regent, Diana’s nature made her her greatest warrior.
Arriving in the so-called “world of men” to promote and defend peace and justice, Diana came to be known as Wonder Woman and alongside Batman and Superman formed the Justice League, meeting other heroes like Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg to defend Earth from the invading forces of Darkseid. The immortal demigod daughter of Zeus and the Queen Hippolyta, wins another version in the line of collectible statues at Iron Studios, the “Wonder Woman & Young Diana Deluxe Art Scale 1/10” presents little Diana in her youthful and purest version, along with her adult version as Wonder Woman, the greatest of the amazon warriors.
Certainly the greatest superhero in comics, and among the most popular icons in pop culture; created by William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter in 1941; the piece presents Diana’s evolution from a little princess to Wonder Woman, just like in theaters played by Lilly Aspel as a child and Gal Gadot as an adult.
Head over to the Iron Studios site for more images and to pre-order.