DC Collectibles are coming out with some amazing statue this time around and you can't have a release without Batman and Harley Quinn. These two characters really have an amazing fanbase and DC knows it. This time Harley Quinn is getting two more statues, one is new and the other is a version 2. The first one is part of the Red, White, and Black series from Amanda Conner. This statue features Harley with a spiked bat and mallet as she stands tall and sinister. Next, we are getting a second version of Harley Quinn from the DC Bombshells series. This time they gave her a more dynamic pose which fits her pin-up WWII style perfectly.
Both Harley Quinn statues are available for pre-order. The Red, White, and Black statue is priced at $95 and can be found here. The DC Bombshells Harley Quinn Version 2 is priced at $200 and can be found here.
Bring on more Harley Quinn!
Harley Quinn Statue by DC Collectibles Red, White & Black by Amanda Conner
ABOUT THIS STATUE
This red, white and black version of Amanda Conner's Batman Black & White statue brings vibrant life to this fun Harley Quinn design straight from the pages of Conner's run of Harley Quinn comics. Conner and Quinn are a match made in heaven, so don't miss your chance to own this latest piece in the Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statue line.
Harley Quinn Red, White & Black statue is based on art from the comics industry's top creators and re-creates their vision of the red-hot villain in vivid 3-D detail.
- Jonathan Matthews (Sculpt)
- Rey Taira (Art Direction)
- Amanda Conner (Design)
- Mark Bristow (Paint)
Harley Quinn (Deluxe Version 2) Statue by DC Collectibles DC Bombshells – 1:8 Scale
ABOUT THIS STATUE
DC Bombshells presents its second Harley Quinn deluxe statue, this time featuring the famous villainess in an even more dynamic scene and pose. Harley uses all of her might to win the hellacious high striker game at the Quinzel Carnival. This deluxe statue is a must for any Harley Quinn fan.
Inspired by vintage pinup art, the DC BOMBSHELLS statue line features DC super-heroines during World War II, and also launched the comic book series of the same name.
- Tim Miller (Sculpt)
- Brian Walters (Art Direction)
- Emanuela Lupacchino (Design)
- Jason Wires Productions (Paint)