Harley Quinn is preparing to get ready for her newest film Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) and nothing says preparation like a sleepover. Gotham's Sirens reunite once again as Unruly Industries has released a special Sirens Sleepover statue set. The set will include three of your favorite DC Comics ladies and Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Catwoman are ready to take on the night. Each statue is unique in its own way and they each bring their retrospective character to life. The set is priced at $260 and is set to release between October and December 2020. Pre-orders are already live and can be found located here. This is a fun a unique DC Comics line and I would love to see more DC ladies get their time to shine like Harley Quinn did outside of her normal look.
Check out the Siren Sleepover below
Sleepover Sirens – Catwoman, Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy Set by Cameron Scott Davis
ABOUT THIS DESIGNER COLLECTIBLE TOY
While the Bat's away, the villains play! Enjoy the late night antics of Gotham's most famous girls in the limited edition Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Catwoman: Sleepover Sirens Designer Collectible Toy Set by artist Cameron Scott Davis.
Gotham's very own Maid of Mischief, Harleen Quinzel, is puddin' on the ritz as she gives herself a makeover- looking sharp! Meanwhile, Pamela Isley has planted herself down for a cozy night inside, testing out a new perfume that is absolutely di-vine. Finally, Selina Kyle is packed with purrsonality from head to toe beans as she files down her claws in a figure that is simply the cat's pajamas.
Harley has always been one of my favorite characters in all of comics and it was a fun task imagining how her outfit and likeness could be translated into pajamas. Poison Ivy has always carried a touch of class and I was heavily influenced by 1950's pinup art for her design. Catwoman is another one of my favorite female villains. Lounging about with an adorable little buddy only seemed natural. Seeing [my] sketches brought to life by master sculptor Mark Newman and the talented team at Sideshow…it just doesn't get better than that.
About the Artist:
Cameron Scott Davis is known for his work as the Character Designer for a number of Guitar Hero and Tony Hawk video games. He has spent time at DreamWorks Feature Animation as a visual development artist and has dedicated much of his career to the writing and world-building of his own intellectual property known as Sleepwalker. Davis is currently the Creative Director at Stalwart Games, a small VR company in Westlake, CA.