Tweeterhead has revealed the first installment of their upcoming "Super Power Collection" of collectible DC Comics maquettes, featuring Harley Quinn. The maquette has the fan-favorite Batman villain using a rocket pack to blast out of an abandoned fun house.
You can see preview photos of the maquette in the gallery below. Here' the information on the collectible:
"First up in our "Super Powers Collection" of DC Maquettes is none other than Harley Quinn!! Harley stands at an amazing 18.5 inches tall on her elaborate "Abandoned Fun House Base" and features a clear flame and vapor trail.
The TWEETERHEAD limited Edition exclusive includes an extra head (not wearing goggles/scarf) and hand (pop-gun hand).
Harley's concept, design, printing and paint work is by none other than Jason Wires of Jason Wires Production. Jason is a huge DC Nut and his passion for these characters is incredible!! I think it really shows in this Harley Maquette. The follow ups to Harley that we're collaborating on will blow your mind!!!
Harley goes on Pre-Sale next Tuesday, May 30th! Regular Edition will be sold at your favorite retailer on Tuesday as well.
Harley's Credits include
Design: Joe Allard & Thomas Williams
Sculpture: Jason Smith
Prototype, Print, Paint: Jason Wires, JWP Crew, Paul Hanley, Matt Walters &Mike Mauldin
Photography: Matt Stein"
Harley Quinn was created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm for Batman: The Animated Series and first appeared in the 1992 episode "Joker's Favor." She transitioned into comic books first in September 1993 in the tie-in comic The Batman Adventures #12 and the officially joined the DC Comics Universe continuity in Harley Quinn #1 in 1999.
Harley was originally a henchman for the Joker and the two were involved in a romantic relationship for a time. Harley has become popular enough that she headlines her own DC Comics series and has been a member fo the Suicide Squad. These days she's independent of the Joker and doesn't look back on their relationship fondly.
Harley was originally voiced by Arleen Sorkin and later by Hynden Walch and Tara Strong across various DC Comics animated series and movie and video games. She'll be voiced by The Big Bang Theory star Melissa Rausch Bruce Timm's upcoming animated feature Batman and Harley Quinn.
Harley made her live-action debut in 2002 in the Bird of Prey television series, where she was played by Mia Sara. Harley's first live-action movie appearance was in 2016's Suicide Squad, played in the DC Extended Universe by Margot Robbie. Robbie will return to the role for the upcoming Gotham City Sirens movie with Suicide Squad director David Ayer.
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