Wonder Woman 1984 is just a few months away and with its first official trailer releasing just a couple months ago. Fans across the world got their first glimpse of what to come in the Wonder Woman sequel, including Diana’s Golden Eagle Armor.
Toy Fair is happening as we speak and prior to the official start of the fair, Iron Studios teased a huge announcement for Wonder Woman 1984. What was it? None other than an officially licensed Wonder Woman statue featuring her in her iconic Golden Eagle Armor. That’s not all, Diana is in flying high and in the midst of battle.
In an official Instagram post, Iron Studios revealed the upcoming statue and revealed that this is just one half of a full diorama set featuring Wonder Woman in her Golden Eagle Armor doing battle against her archnemesis Cheetah. Unfortunately, Cheetah has yet to be revealed. And this all due to Warner Bros. not wanting Cheetah’s final look to be revealed prior to the film’s release.
Thought for fans who unfortunately cannot attend Toy Fair due to it being an industry and press-only event. Iron Studios posted a short video giving fans a better look at the Golden Eagle Armor statue from the Toy Fair show floor.
Wonder Woman’s Golden Eagle Armor was first introduced in Mark Waid and Alex Ross’ Kingdom Come graphic novel. Diana Prince has worn the armor outside of the Kingdom Come storyline as well. At one point in time, one-time Wonder Woman sidekick Donna Troy aka Wonder Girl donned the Golden Eagle Armor just like her predecessor.
Pre-orders for Iron Studios’ Wonder Woman 1984 Golden Eagle Armor statue will be up soon, although no definitive date has been revealed.
Wonder Woman 1984 is directed by Patty Jenkins and stars Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman, Kristen Wiig as Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, and Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord.
Wonder Woman 1984 arrives in theaters on June 5, 2020.
Source: Iron Studios