Harley Quinn Recast as Scooter-Riding Samurai in This Collectible Statue
The Birds of Prey movie gives us one particular take on Harley Quinn. But one of the joys of Harley is that she’s quite flexible. Indeed, it’s fair to say her reality is malleable. So if Harleywants to be a samurai, she’ll be a scooter-riding samurai. XM Studios takes that look and runs with it in their new quarter-scale porcelain statue. Officially dubbed “Harley Quinn – Samurai Series,” this painstakingly detailed collectible can set a person back almost $1,300. But at that size and level of detail, you get what you pay for.
From the official description: “XM Studios is excited to present our next DC Premium Collectibles series statue, Harley Quinn! Immortalized in amazingly detailed 1:4 scale cold-cast porcelain. Each painstakingly handcrafted statue is individually hand-painted with the highest possible quality finish. This unique line is a result of creative collaboration between Warner Bros. Consumer Products and XM Studios to showcase the Batman universe in exotic settings as you’ve never seen.”
Special features on the statue include a light-up headlamp and lantern. Harley herself has three interchangeable heads. We get a natural look that seems almost halfway between Lisa Kudrow and Cameron Diaz. A Kabuto-inspired helmet and makeup look. And finally, one with Geisha hair and dynamite-stick hairpins. A ton of tiny details emphasize character Easter eggs in a samurai-specific style.
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