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One of my favorite channels Wildvine X, who does unboxing and reviews of various collectibles, including the Funko Pop figures of which you know I have two. And since Wildvine X did the an unboxing for the Fourth Doctor (#222), I figure I'd do one that she hasn't gotten to this one yet... so today we'll be looking at Harley Quinn (#34)
This Harley is from the Pop Heroes line, #34... and come in a nicely cube box which is great for storing, displaying and protecting the figure. On the back, we see some of the others out ther such as Superboy, Batman Beyond, Darkseid, Nightwing and Harley Quinn with a Mallet. Also like on the sides and top of the box, it's like the Harley figures is peeking out at you, but that's the standard artwork for most Funko Pop figures.
Anyway lets open her up shall we?
Another great thing about the packaging, is that the plastic inside slides in and out of the box, so, you can keep everything together nice and neat.
So here's Harley, with her classic black and red attire, domino mask similar to how she appeared in
Batman The Animated Series. She's sporting a holding a little cork-pop gun. Some of the detailing on her is that she does have diamond on her both her sleeves and tights (red on black, black on red) giving it a nice little touch. No joint movement, but you can turn her head in a full 360 degree circle.
If there is one thing may seem odd about the figure it's underneath the head where the paint for her headpiece seems to stop around the circle for where the head connects to her neck, instead of continuing to the neck. But when she standing freely, it's not noticeable unless you're doing one of these reviews.
Now as far as the glow in the dark feature goes... it does work, it gives on a decent glow depending on the amount of light it absorbs... but I haven't left her out under a lamp or anything for hours to let her 'power up', but it's still a decent glow.
Since this figure was released in 2013, it should be pretty easy to find, as I do see it listed on Amazon.com, so it would be a nice fit for anyone's collection, in my opinion.
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