Review: McFarlane Toys' Classic HARLEY QUINN

McFarlane Toys/DC Wave One
Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC
Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC
Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC

There have been dozens of Harley Quinn figures since her inception, but this one blurs that line between DC Universe Classics and a Batman: The Animated Series style. Though technically not branded as part of the TAS line in this wave, Timm’s distinctive linework shines through with this figure.

Obviously given her history as a gymnast as well, you’d think there would have been a figure by now to reflect that. That time has come. She’s weighted in a way that, pegged to her base mind you, even standing on one foot arched in animated ways that leads into some fun displaying and allows the heart of the character to be shown off.

Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC
Credit: McFarlane Toys/DC

Packed with a bang gun and mallet, Harley is right under Nightwing at the top of the list for best of the wave. Her collar is positioned just right so shoulder movements aren’t hindered. Her accessories fit well enough, too, but the mallet is the prefered choice if you’re looking for something that wouldn’t immediately fall out of her grip. However, it redistributes her weight differently so can’t get too crazy with how you pose her.

Still, one of the best Harley figures ever made.

‘Rama Rating: 9 out of 10

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