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Saturday, January 27, 2018
Minifigure Review: Asylum Doctor #11 from HeroClix: Harley Quinn and the Gotham Girls by Wizkids/ NECA
Height: 1 3/4ths inches (including base)
Non-Scalper Price: $10-$11 dollars for a booster set of five figures.
* The Asylum Doctor is wearing a pretty standard outfit of a blue sweater, black skirt, and a white lab coat. She's carrying a blue clipboard and has a blue ID badge on her coat. You can actually see the word "staff" on it in teeny, tiny letters. While the figure looks pretty good at an arms distance, up close you can see a weird paint splotch on her right shin and a speck of errant paint on her hair.
* The HeroClix figures have nice bases that help keep them standing tall and are a functional part of the game (the base spins and the stats in the window change as the game progresses). I just like the bases because they keep the figures from falling over.
* Each figure includes a card as well. This is more for the gameplay aspect of these as it features the characters powers and abilities. Some of the named characters have interesting facts on them, however, such as their real names and a significant or first comic appearance. The Asylum Doctor just has "various" listed for real name, though.
I've only reviewed a few other HeroClix figures:
HeroClix- Batman Series by Wizkids/ NECA
HeroClix DC 10th Anniversary by Wizkids/ NECA