DC Icons Joker
Now, this is more like it! This is one of the best looking figures to come out in a while based on the Joker’s classic comic book look. For the last few years the market has been flooded with Ledger and Leto Jokers. It’s refreshing to see a familiar face.
I love the inclusion of the trench coat and hat on this figure. Along with the tommy gun, it’s a nod to the Joker’s 1940’s roots. Also included is a crowbar for any pesky Robins that you may have in your collection.
Pop! Suicide Squad Target Exclusive
Lego Block Headz
This is a fun new product from Lego that gives a unique twist on the classic Lego mini figure build. The characters are a little bigger and are great for displaying on your shelf or desk.
This sculpt is based off the Joker’s look in the Lego Batman movie. Hopefully, we will see more Joker Brick Headz in the future.
Red Hood Lego Minifigure
Man. Those darn blind bags. As much as I find them fun to pick up and hope for something good, I find them equally as frustrating. I could not pull a Red Hood for the life of me. Fortunately, a good friend of mine was able to hook me up with an extra.
The mini figure itself is pretty great. Not only to you get the Classic Red Hood look, but when you remove the mask you reveal the Jason Todd version of the figure! Cool!
Now, I gotta get another one.
Pop! Animated Figure.
This Pop! figure is not too much different from the other several Joker Pop figures available but this one is based on the one of the best versions. Mark Hamill’s portrayal of the kooky crook in the Batman Animated Series is arguably the greatest.
And this Pop! is one of the best versions you can own if you want a “classic” Joker for your collection.
Blind Bag Classic Joker.
Here is yet another Blind Bag figure. This time, however, I was able to pull the Joker on my first try. Pro Tip: Feel for the pointed hair and rounded head. This figure can be found in the card isles of the Big Retailers such as Target and Wal-Mart.
Mini Super Powers Joker
This is a great little find. Gentle Giant released a few of the original Super Power figures and shrank them down to just a few inches tall. Even in a smaller scale, the figure is still impressive and the artwork on the card pops just like the original Kenner figure. This figure is a Walgreens Exclusive
Arkham Asylum Mini Figure.
I have a love/hate relationship with blind bag figures. On one hand it’s fun to be surprised with which figure you will open. On the other hand, sometimes it can be tough trying to pull that one figure you really want and you get stuck with duplicates that you may not really want. (I’m looking at you Robin)
Thank God for Ebay. I couldn’t seem to pull a Joker for the life of me. I think the Arkham look for the Joker is fantastic. You have the classic Joker style with a little bit more creepiness added in.
Suicide Squad Small Figure DC Legion of Collector’s Society Exclusive
This figure is roughly in scale with the classic GI Joe figures of the early 1980s. The detail on the figure is very exceptional despite its smaller size. The card on the figure is the best part for this figure. I love the old school bomb shape of the card. I was a little dismayed that the packaging was not a little more secure. The bubble popped itself open during the pictures for this post.