Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Looking at the head sculpt, it definitely resembles Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad (film).
What caught my attention is also the open mouth of the figure. The paint work and sculpting of the teeth and tongue really make her facial expressions more realistic.
Her boots with thin heels are lack of realism. They more or less restrict movement of the ankle joints.
Due to the flexibility of the ponytails, you would not have any restriction to pose her head. The holster is connected to the left side of the harness.
The customized revolver looks great but its cylinder swing out easily.
I just feel that the material used to make the shoulder holster is a bit cheap. I may be wrong...
Her outfit is perfectly fit and movie accurate. To unveil her short inside is a tattoo "I'm watching" printed on her buttock. On the right side of the harness, it's a double speedloader holder.
The "Good Night" baseball bat was often used by Harley in her fight scenes.
As Harley here is only looking to one direction in addition to the design of her elbow joints (each allows for a 90 degree bend), these reduce the number of poses you can get from her.
Although her stockings are elastic, I still dare not bend her legs too much (I just don't want to damage her stockings).
What I dislike about this figure is the new design of its wrist pegs. I have pulled one wrist peg apart when I tried to swap her hands. I have never come across such incident for a Hot Toys figure. So, Hot Toys...please stick to the old design!!!
The right above is the tattoo "Lucky You" with a dolphin printed on her abdomen. Overall, I am very pleased to own this figure for my collection and I highly recommend you to pick it up. You may see its box art and design here.