Height: 6 3/4 inches (in heels)
Articulation: Hinged knees, swivel thighs, swivel hips, ball jointed shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, and a ball jointed head.
Height: 6 1/2 inches
Articulation: Boot swivels, hinged knees, swivel hips, ball jointed shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel forearms, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: Katana and scabbard.
Height: 7 3/8ths inches
Articulation: Boot swivels, double hinged knees, swivel hips, a swivel waist, swivel/hinge shoulders, hinged elbows, swivel forearms, and a ball jointed head.
Accessories: 2 sets of swappable hands (open and closed fists).
Non-Scalper Price: $62-$70 dollars
Fun Fact: Harleen is voiced by Tara Strong in the game.
*I love the small details on Dr. Quinzel's jacket, including her Arkham security badge, a sprig of mistletoe, and some pens. Oh, and she's carrying a clipboard! How sensible and professional! I bet she's scrawling some notes about the Joker on it!
* I love how Dr. Quinzel's outfit manages to give her a layered look without bulking her up. Her jacket and skirt are separate soft rubber pieces but they look so good on her. She really is perfectly designed!
* Electroctioner also has a really impressive sculpt. His face looks really stern and determined despite the massive scarring on the left side of his head. If this guy decided he wanted to join a gang, I'm sure Two-Face would have a place for him.
His armor looks quite complex as it seems to be both heavily armored and heavily insulated. The paint work is nice and matches the grimy look of the game's aesthetic. Lots of nice washes and stuff going on here.
* Electrocutioner needs that insulation because of his electrical gloves. Man, do these things look cool. He's covered with more colored cords, odd pieces of tech, and belt devices than a Ghostbusters cosplayer. The wires are nice and flexible so you don't have to worry about them snapping off. What's cool is that the cords easily slip out of the gloves so that they don't impede articulation or cause breakage. This is all really well thought out.
* It's definitely not an accessory I'd miss if it weren't here but I really like Electrocutioner's swappable gloves. He comes with two sets: Open hands and closed hands. They're incredibly detailed and swap pretty easily. The peg on his forearm is thick and really sturdy, so I don't think you'll need to worry about breakage.
* I love how Electrocutioner is much larger than your average figure. He's not as massive as Bane or Killer Croc but he's still pretty bulky and imposing. I'm really digging how good he looks when compared to Batman. While we know he's ultimately kind of a lightweight, he still looks like a formidable foe.
* Lady Shiva has a gorgeous headsculpt. I love her face, particularly how neat the paintwork is on her eyes, and her hair is really well done. She's definitely an impressive looking figure.
* Lady Shiva's costume is gorgeous. Not only is it incredibly detailed but the mixture of black and red with gold clasps just looks fantastic. The paint work is very neat, even on the grey patterned corset she's wearing under the jacket. The sash around her waist is made from a softer material and hangs quite naturally.
* Since she's a warrior (one of the best in the world, in fact) lady Shiva comes with her katana. The katana comes with a scabbard that it can be stored in. She can hold both accessories in her hands for use during combat.
* I really, really just love that we've finally gotten a Lady Shiva figure. She just looks so cool and intimidating! If you think about it, this set gives us a never before released Batman figure from the 1970s (Shiva), 1980s (Electrocutioner), and 1990s (Harleen). That's kind of impressive.
* While the articulation isn't the best on these figures (I'll deal with that in a minute), I do appreciate that each figure has a ball jointed head. There is no joint on a figure that I feel is more important in expressing emotion than the head and these are just so well done. There is a wide range of motion to allow for plenty of expression.
*The only thing negative about this set is that the figures lower bodies are really pretty static. The leg articulation is a mixed bag and everyone has swivel hips. I get that that was pretty much the default articulation for most of the Arkham lines up until the Arkham Knight figures but, considering Copperhead had some incredible articulation, I had some slim hopes that DC Collectibles might have tried to work some more articulation in, at least on Electrocutioner and Lady Shiva (despite her being my favorite, Dr. Quinzel is just a civilian character here and really only needs to stand around and look smart.
The Joker as Red Hood, Copperhead, & Deathstroke (Unmasked) Action Figure 3-Pack
From other Arkham Games, I've reviewed:
Batman: Arkham City by DC Collectibles (2011)
Dr. Hugo Strange
Talia al Ghul
Batman: Arkham Knight by DC Collectibles (2015)
DC Comics Multiverse by Mattel
Mr. Freeze from Arkham City
If you're looking for more Harley Quinn reviewed, I've looked at the Imaginext The Joker & Harley Quinn, the Suicide Squad Harley Quinn and the roller derby Harley Quinn from DC Collectibles, and the S.H. Figuarts Harley Quinn (Injustice Version). Oh, and the Arkham Asylum Lego set I mentioned above.