Nite-Owl's Owlship
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Bridging the exterior and interior play features is the removable roof of the Owlship.

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As you can see, there's a lot of open space in the interior - I based that on the number of people they were able to cram inside during the fire rescue scene in the comic. Remember, the scale is off by about 15% anyway.

Here's a look at those side hatches from the inside...

The rear of the craft is loosely based on the movie interior - tools and an access way to the engine area.

There's a small box/compartment on either side of the rear wall - perfect for storage of special mission equipment or maybe a coffee dispenser...

Version Three corrects the scale issues while remaining as true to the comic as possible:

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