On YNF Entertainment Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Wizard of Oz for fans and museums, the Paragon FX Group created some of the most iconic Batman and Wizard Of Oz film prop replicas.
Paragon FX Group
Established prop makers, collectors, artists, and engineers with decades of industry experience make up the Paragon FX Group. An exhaustive investigation of the original is used to recreate each item. Some pieces are reverse engineered directly from the original prop, while others are lost to history and rebuilt using film studies. The end product is a replica of the artifact as seen on screen of museum quality.
Thanks to Paragon FX Group, culture enthusiasts now have the chance to add “grail” items to their collections. The collective of artisans offers two of the most recent museum-quality items, the 1966 Batman’s Bat-radio and Dorothy’s ruby slippers.
Many screen utilized props are far external the range of most gatherers, while the completely flawless diversions from Paragon FX Gathering are available for fans.
The Ruby Slippers
The Ruby Slippers are ostensibly quite possibly of the most legenday thing in film history. Paragon has meticulously created what is believed to be the most accurate replica pair of Ruby Slippers to date using the most recent reference from the Smithsonian and extensive private research. Their team of prop makers and engineers has recreated every gem, sequin, and even the orange felt on the soles. They were described as “absolutely gorgeous!” by Mythbusters creator Adam Savage.
Fans instantly recognize the Bat-radio from the 1966 Batman television series, which ParagonFxGroup.com has lovingly recreated. Collapsible brass antennas were hand-cut into the original props. The only other feature that was present on the initial models was a straightforward light that indicated transmission. The original props’ history was researched by Paragon’s staff for months, and the replicas are made of cast resin, acrylic, and brass. The copy includes a lights and sound choice and has a fantastic weight that adds to its certifiable feel.
After seeing Paragon’s recreation, Editor-in-Chief of The Toy Book James Zahn stated that millions of children have pondered for decades how they can acquire the same Bat-gadgets as Adam West and Burt Ward when they roamed Gotham City’s streets as Batman and Robin. Even though this copy of the Bat-Radio will not be able to transmit a signal to Egghead’s Lair, it is an essential component of any Bat-gadget collection.