First 'Injustice 2' Collectible Revealed: Harley Quinn Collectible Statue Has A Batman Logo On Her Back?


DC and Warner Bros. upcoming superhero fighting game, "Injustice 2" just released its first collectible statue. Of course, it's none other than "Suicide Squad" fan favorite, Harley Quinn.

The statue from DC Collectibles was revealed by IGN and was based from the appearance of Harley Quinn in the upcoming  video game by DC and Warner Bros., "Injustice 2".  The Harley Quinn collectible stands at 7. 75 inches (1: 10 scale). The new collectible was wearing her "Resurgence" costume which is colored black, white and red.

The Harley Quinn collectible toy from DC will be launched on the market on April 2017 and will cost 80 US dollars. This Harley Quinn can be seen in the official trailer launched by DC and Warner Bros. for her and Deadshot during the Gamescom 2016.

In this Harley toy, which is wearing the "Resurgence" costume, it can be noticed that she got a Batman logo on her back. Many fans of the movie did not know about this but during the "Resurgence", Batman fights Superman and Harley sided with Batman because of the "enemy of my enemy" kind of thing.  This could be answered by looking at the storyline from "Injustice: Gods Among Us" video game. Here's a video:


In other news, a life-sized Joker wearing a Batman suit was found during the Comic-Con International in San Diego, California. The statue was labeled: "Joker (Batman Imposter Versions)" and seemed to look like Jared Leto's version of Joker. It has a "Damaged Tattoo on its forehead, a "J" under the left eye, and the "Ha ha ha" patterned on the statue's left leg, reported.

Many fans thought that this has someting to do with the "Suicide Squad" movie. The speculations involved was that there were scenes removed which might have Joker posing as Batman as seen in the Statue. While the company who made the toys recently released a line of Batman-wearing villains, they are also known for creating toys which accurate recreations from the film. However, this toy was not part of the "Batman-wearing" line called Funko.

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