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Updated: July 18, 2023

Batman One-of-a-kind 1:6 scale Axis Chemicals Diorama with Prototypes ( Hot Toys, 2016 ). "Have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?"

Representing a combination of several scenes from Tim Burton's 1989 Batman movie, the Joker taunts his foe from the roof of Axis Chemicals while Bob the Goon looks on. A green helicopter adorned with the Clown Prince of Crime's face awaits behind them as a massive gas-filled balloon looms above the scene. Having just arrived in the Batmobile, Batman peers up at the Joker above.

This diorama measures 91" wide by 53" deep by 60" tall and exhibits the creator's commitment to the grittiest details. First, one may observe the rust, grime, and dirt spread across the many textured surfaces. Giant corroded steel drums, a grimy rat, and used cigarette butts litter the scene as your eyes are drawn to the broken warehouse windows, wondering what might be contained in the room behind them. Rusted smokestacks loom behind a large neon "AXIS" sign that gives off a creepy subtle light when plugged into an electrical outlet.

"Where does he get those wonderful toys?"

With its giant jet engine intake, the Batmobile is an official Hot Toys release as are the figures representing Michael Keaton's Batman and the Joker, played by Jack Nicholson. The rest of the setting, including Bob the Goon and the Joker's helicopter are one-of-a-kind pieces created by the artisans at Hot Toys. Created for and displayed at the Batman 100% Hot Toys Exhibition in September of 2016, it is truly a modern work of art for 1:6 scale enthusiasts.

If you count yourself as one of the millions of fans of this now-classic 1989 film, don't let this opportunity pass you by. A piece this unique doesn't present itself often. Bruce Wayne couldn't have said it better himself as he challenged the Joker...

"You wanna get nuts? Come on! Let's get nuts!"

Value: $3,000.

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