Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad) - 1/4 Premium Format Figure [Sideshow Collectibles]

May 2018 - Jul 2018
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Exclusive Edition - Edition Size; TBA
Regular Edition - Edition Size; TBA
Price: $499.99

“Normal’s a setting on the dryer. People like us, we don’t get normal!”

That’s right, puddin’! Sideshow is proud to present the Harley Quinn Premium Format Figure, based on Margot Robbie’s explosive appearance in the DC film Suicide Squad.

Gotham’s very own maid of mischief is stepping out (of prison) with style, and every inch of her exudes attitude. Standing 19” tall, Harley Quinn is decked out in her Suicide Squad outfit, which features a bright red and blue color scheme with her dip-dyed matching hair from the film. Her traditionally clownish makeup is replaced with vibrant eye shadow and striking red lips, keeping with her updated theme.

Harley’s now-iconic “Daddy’s Lil Monster” shirt and shorts are sculpted onto the figure, and she wears a matching fabric jacket and fabric tights. The printed jacket logo along with her “PUDDIN” choker remind you that her heart lies outside of the Suicide Squad, as she patiently waits to reunite with her beloved Clown Prince of Crime. A variety of detailed tattoos and dangerous accessories complete her colorful costume.

Whoever she’s been hired to hit, Harley Quinn comes prepared as she menaces you with a coy, teasing smile. This girl is known to shoot from the hip, holding her gun ready to make a move with the rest of her crew. Harley has one hand resting against her goodnight bat, which is detailed with deranged scrawling wrapped around the barrel.

The Exclusive edition of Harley Quinn comes with a swap out hand resting on her smiley face hammer, which is sure to turn any frown upside-down.

She’s breaking out of Belle Reve to squad up with your collection! Don’t miss out on your chance to own the Harley Quinn Premium Format Figure. You wouldn’t want to upset Mistah J, would you?


Sideshow Exclusive Edition:
Swap-out hand with hammer

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Pose doesnt do it for me, face doesnt do it for me, and the base doesnt do it for me.

if face was more on point with actor likeness and the base was perhaps darker or themed better then I could forgive the not so perfect pose.
 
Face looks great IMO... but with SSC, we have to wait for production pièces before making any kind of judgement as they tend to really miss every single time for movie themed statues...

Me... the price. Period. I would have bought this for 350$-400$... not 530$ !!!!