Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts Harley Quinn "Suicide Squad" Action Figure
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2 x 1 x 5.85 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1|
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- Carefully engineered joints give her amazing posability without ruining the "lines" of her body
- The 150mm figure includes two interchangeable left hands and 3 interchangeable right hands, a total of three faces, a baseball bat, and a handgun that can fit in her costume's holster
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The worst of the worst? the alluring Harley Quinn from the film "Suicide Squad" joins the s.H.Figuarts lineup! digital coloring technology captures everything from her facial expressions (three variations are included) down to the pattern of her fishnet Stockings. Carefully engineered joints give her amazing posability without ruining the "lines" of her body. The 150mm figure includes two interchangeable left hands and 3 interchangeable right hands, a total of three faces, a baseball bat, and a handgun that can fit in her costume's holster.
Harley Quinn Suicide Squad S.H Figuarts 5 Inch Action Figure By Tamashii Nations (Bandai)
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Dr. Harleen Quinzel (big smile head)
Alternate head (smirking Harley)
Alternate head (neutral Harley)
Revolver (holsters nicely)
Relaxed hands L/R
Wide open hands L/R
Baseball bat holding hands L/R
Trigger hand R
So aside from her giant mallet and things she stole in downtown Midway, she comes with basically everything she should. My one and only complaint is that they didn't include jacketless arms, because you can easily remove the jacket from the figure, and it'd be a nice option to display her in her look without the jacket. But that's a small nit pick. This figure is nice, really nice. For having such tiny feet with high heels I worried I'd have trouble standing her, and I did a little but not nearly as much as I thought I would. This figure is so nicely balanced that you can pretty much get her in any pose you want, with a little patience.
The articulation is there like usual, Bandai brings it with S.H. Figuarts, her knees (which look insanely real, odd thing to notice but the knee sculpt is really good) work well but wish the fishnet detail was added to the knee joints. The butterfly joints in the shoulders allow for easy posing for the arms to bring forward, back or over the figures chest. There's no real drop down on the legs like normal, but that's because the figure is basically in panties, so there's nothing to hinder the legs at the hips. That means you have great range of motion for the legs, though it does lead to odd gaps in the sculpt. The head has decent range of motion but the collar can get caught up in the neck (which is a separate piece that the collar hides). The ab cut and waist help in tandem to allow for decent articulation for the torso.
Paint applications are amazing as always. Everything from the text print on the back of Harley's jacket, to the tattoos underneath the fishnet stalkings, which have a nice wash to them. All that depth adds to the realism of the figure, the great paint job helps the already impressive sculpt. The pale white skin tone is there, the crazy smeared makeup on Harley's face is there, the uv face printing is uncanny. I am a little bummed that the figure is missing some tattoos on the stomach, face and lower back, kinda wish those were on the figure. But otherwise great job.
If you were a fan of Suicide Squad, or are a huge Harley Quinn fan or Margot Robbie fan, you need this figure. If you're an action figure collector, you need this for your collection. Some small things were missed here but otherwise Bandai nailed it, I'm really pleased with this. I'm now looking forward to the Deadshot figure from Suicide Squad that Bandai will be releasing later this year. We've been getting great Star Wars and MCU figures so it's about time we get some great DCEU figures, and this is a great way to start. Pipe dream that Bandai will release the whole squad, but if we're going to get any other characters I'd like a Katana, or Captain Boomerang, that'd be nice. This figure comes FULLY APPROVED.
As for this figure specifically, the details are great. The articulation is pretty good. Most figures can't seem to move their legs forward as the hip, but this one can (I assume because of the way her backside is designed). However, like other figmas the lags can't really bend side ways to do the splits which kind of limits what can be done.
I also wish the sleeves of the jacket weren't painted onto the arms, or they could have at least included extra arms to display her without the jacket. I'm not sure who decided to make it this way because the jacket can come off, but it looks stupid that way with her jacket sleeves still on.
Overall I would give this a 9.5 out of 10 so I'm rounding up. I almost went with the Mafex figure, but this one is clearly higher quality if you look at the joints and face. I am however going to get the Dress one.
If you're a fan of Harley, I'd say get this one. I've purchased a total of 10 or 12 figures so far for the purpose of keeping them in boxes and collecting them that way. This is one of two I'v decided to display (the other is a Bruce Lee figma) and I'll likely buy another one to keep in the box.