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Play Arts Kai Arkham Asylum Harley Quinn 9 inch Action Figure

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A Japanese import from Square Enix! From the widely-popular video game Batman: Arkham Asylum based on DC Comics hit series come Batman Armored and Harley Quinn, making their appearance to the Play Arts -KAI- line. Featuring over 26 points of articulation, these exquisite figures come to life with stunning poseability. Both Batman Armored and Harley Quinn come with interchangeable hands and their trademark weapons & accessories. With unsurpassed quality of the paint application and detailed texture that only SQUARE ENIX PRODUCTS can bring, these figures would make a great addition to your Batman collection! Nobody messes with Mr J! Harley Quinn will go to the ends of the earth to take down anyone that poses a threat to the Joker! This super-detailed and articulated Harley Quinn Arkham Asylum Play Arts Kai action figure that stands approximately 8 3/4-inches tall and comes in a displayable window box. Harley Quinn features over 26 points of articulation and includes Scarface (dummy), cane, open and grip hands, and a closed right fist. The unsurpassed quality of the paint application and texture is to die for! She is a must for all Batman fans.
Brand Arkham Video Game Series, Batman
Toy Line Play Arts Kai
Minimum Age 13+ Years
Toy Year 2012
Gender Boy
Theme Foreign Interest, Japanophile, Superheroes, Video Games
Manufacturer Diamond Comic Distributers

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