- For the first time: Harley Quinn in Japanese bishoujo style!
- The sultry psychotic teases atop her exclusive hammer base.
- 10-inch tall statue spotlights the wacky psychologist-turned-harlequin supervillain.
- Wonderfully sculpted and painted in her trademark colors.
- You don't have to be as crazy as the Joker to want Harley Quinn around!
Beauty, brains, and brawn. Based on an original illustration by Japan's renowned Shunya Yamashita, Harley Quinn appears here for the first time in the Japanese bishoujo (pretty girl) style as part of the DC Comics Bishoujo Collection. With Harley's stunning bishoujo-style face and wonderfully sculpted and painted costume, you need not be as crazy as the Joker to want her around! Constructed of high-quality plastic and standing 10-inches tall (in the ultimate 1:7 scale) on her exclusive hammer base, Harley Quinn was sculpted by Masahiro "Gill Gill" Takahashi. Ages 14 and up.
Harley Quinn shows off her silly and violent nature as she poses seductively just for you. Perched on her enormous hammer, the sultry psychotic looks adorable in her trademark black, red, and white harlequin costume that hugs all her curves. She teases you with her legs straddling the hammer's shaft, her right hand gently stroking the upraised end, and her back arched to maximum effect. Harley's sculpt is fantastic, with careful attention paid to her sexy body, the cloth-like movement of her collar and hood, and the fringes on her wrists.
A fan favorite, the wacky psychologist-turned-harlequin supervillain was initially seen in Batman: The Animated Series, and then the pages of DC Comics. Harleen Quinzel was a brilliant doctor working with patients at Arkham Asylum before she was seduced by the "Clown Prince of Crime" and became the Joker's girlfriend and assistant. Her villainous ways have brought her into conflict with Batman many times over the years, and she's found a good friend in the similarly deranged Poison Ivy. Because of her mental instability and affinity for hilarity, Quinn frequently employs comically oversized weapons, such as her favorite giant hammer.