Joker is back with a new MiniCo statue from Iron Studios. This wacky new collectible is roughly 4.7" tall and shows off the Clown Prince of Crime in with chattering teeth and a crowbar in hand. The statue is nicely colored with bright greens and purples that make this piece pop. The statue does make some nice nod to the Joker's history with the iconic crowbar from the 1988 DC Comics Batman arc "A Death in the Family". The details on this statue are very well done and that naughty smile is quite creepy. Joker fans might want to add this creepy collectible to their grown anti-batcave today.
These big head design of the Iron Studios MiniCo series is not for everyone. These collectibles are very unique though and feature a nice amount of details that could piece any collector. The added crowbar and the teeth are a simple nods to Joker and his rules of engagement over the years. The DC Comics MiniCo The Joker Statue will be priced at $29.99 and is set to release in September 2020. Pre-orders are already live for this piece and you can find him located here. Don't forget to check out some of the other MiniCo statue coming from iron Studios like the newly announced Thundercats.
"With a Crowbar in one hand, referring to the 1988 "Batman: A Death in the Family" HQ, notable for showing one of the strongest scenes starring Batman's greatest arch-enemy, and an explosive denture in another, Iron Studios presents the classic stylized Joker in its Mini Co Toy Art line, with comic book design on a base with its logo and two playing cards at its feet, illustrated with the dynamic duo Batman & Robin in the Mini Co style Joker is one of the biggest villains in comics, called the "Sinister Clown of Crime", was created by Bill Finger, Bob Kane and Jerry Robinson inspired by actor Conrad Veidt in the 1928 film "The Man Who Laughs" and a letter from deck."
- Creation: Iron Studios
- Made in plastic (PVC)
- Hand painted
- Includes base display
- Product dimensions: 4.7 in (H) x 4 in (W) x 3.5 in (L)
- Product Weight: 0.3 lbs
- Released US: Third quarter of 2020