We have all of the details on the upcoming release of the Batman And Harley Quinn animated film from the legendary Bruce Timm ahead of its release on August 29th! Check out the trailer along with the info below. [click to continue…]
Take a little time out of your day to enjoy these gorgeous portraits by Russian artist Aleksei Vinogradov.
He does some amazing portrait work, but I admit to being most delighted by his series featuring fictional characters and their imaginary pets. The Ron Perlman is my personal favorite, but the Mystique knocked me on my butt. Check them out below. [click to continue…]
Which is cuter? Funko’s Suicide Squad Pop figures or Harley and The Joker from the Nendoroid line? I would say it’s a toss up, but the Nendoroid figures seem more likely to come alive at night and murder you in your sleep. You know, just in case that’s a dealbreaker for you.
The Harley figure comes with three face plates (gritting teeth, blowing bubble gum, and smiling) as well as a base and bat. The Joker comes with three faces (so serious, smiling, and shock), along with electroshock tools and a straight razor. They stand at four inches, and they run for about ¥4,500 each (roughly $44). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Considering it took me a minute to realize these weren’t real people, I’d say Hot Toys’ ability to bring a lifelike quality is eerily summed up in the picture above of their new Suicide Squad 1/6 scale figures of The Joker, Harley Quinn, and Deadshot.
Each figure comes with all of the accessories, articulation, and level of detail that we’ve come to expect from Hot Toys, whether it’s Deadshot’s weapons, The Joker’s tattoos, or Harley’s clothes, jewelry and signature bat.
While they won’t start shipping until June 2017 at the earliest, you can pre-order now and start building your own Suicide Squad. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
If you liked the DC Collectibles Gotham City Garage line by artist Dustin Nguyen, you’ll love Tonner’s Gotham City Garage Catwoman and Harley Quinn dolls. Standing 16-inches tall, each doll is loaded with details.
They’re estimated for a July arrival and they’re available for pre-order now. Check out more pics and info below. [click to continue…]
S.H. Figuarts has revealed their 6″ Suicide Squad Harley Quinn and The Joker figures and I’m on the fence about them. I like the Harley, but The Joker’s got me scratching my head. Did he just eat a whole bag of candy coal or something?
No word yet on pricing or availability. Check out more pics after the break…
DC Collectibles has some killer new figures at Toy Fair this weekend. Not only are they adding new figures to the Batman animated toy line, but Harley Quinn is getting her own line of action figures based on the art of Amanda Connor.
The Batman figures are based on The New Batman Adventures, Batman: The Animated Series, and Batman Beyond. From USA Today:
Six-inch Harley Quinn, Firefly, Harvey Bullock, Scarface, Talia al Ghul, Joker and Anti-Fire Suit Batman ($28 each) from The Animated Series are slated for September, as well as an oversized Clayface ($40). But the highlight is a huge Batwing ($100, October) that holds two figures and has light-up headlights, breaks and engine to go with last year’s Batmobile.
The New Batman Adventures inspired a “Girl’s Night Out” pack ($80, September) with Poison Ivy, Batgirl. Supergirl, Harley Quinn and Livewire, and a “Tales of the Dark Knight” set ($70, October) featuring Batman, Carrie Kelley Robin and Mutant Leader.
The futuristic Batman Beyond spawns a three-pack ($50, January 2017) with Bruce Wayne, Batman and Ace the Bat-Hound.
And for those getting ready for the holiday, December brings a Joker ($45) with Santa hat, Christmas tree and candy canes.
Vulture is reporting the new Harley Quinn figures on display will be “Retro Rocket Harley,” “Super Hero Harley,” “Classic Harley” and “Holiday Harley”.
Check out those figures and more in the pics below.
While Harley Quinn is awesome in any incarnation, her character in Batman: Arkham Knight is definitely one that fans have fallen in love with. Bat wielding, leather wearing, unpredictable and deadly Harley with the knowing wink and crazy smile gets captured perfectly by in this Harley Quinn Polystone Statue by Prime 1 Studio.
Standing 29-inches tall, the statue features three different portraits and three different arms to give you a variety of expressions and potential weapons. The base is detailed with loads of Harley madness and there’s paint bucket and Jack in the box accessories that can be placed for additional decoration. In addition, this exclusive version includes a Batman and Joker polystone plush to adorn the lovely lady.
She may be pricey, but I’m sure Harley herself would tell you she’s completely worth it at twice the price.
Check out more pics below.
This Harley Quinn comforter fits full/queen-sized beds. It’s waaaay more comfortable than anything you’ll find in the asylum.
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