Black Canary's look, too. It's tough to say. Huntrss is not only a cool looking figure but she's also playing a pretty cool role in Marguerite Bennet's Bombshells comic series. Let's take a closer look at this literally rocking out version of Helena Bertinelli after the break...
Accessories: Metal storage canister
Non-Scalper Price: $10 dollars
* I love how Huntress is rocking these purple retro glasses that very much mimic her traditional mask. That's such a neat design choice. The headsculpt is excellent, too! She really looks like she is having a great time.
* Check out the guitar. Not only does it look cool and aid the figure in having a slick pose but it's also hiding a cool little Easter egg. Notice anything? Doesn't the bottom of the guitar look quite a bit like Huntress' crossbow? The answer is, "Yes, it does!" I didn't notice that cool little detail until I was photographing this one, so it came as a nice little surprise.
Huntress is another one of my favorites from this series. Besides the typical excellent sculpting and extremely clean, precise paintwork seen in this series (doubly impressive considering the small scale of these), this figure has one of the coolest "accessories" and one of the best head sculpts in the line. Huntress is a Great and a 1/2 minifigure and is well worth snagging if you get the chance.
The only Huntress figure I've reviewed prior to this one is the DC Signature Series Huntress from Mattel.
If you're looking for more DC Comics Lil Bombshells figures, check out the following:
Batwoman (series 1.5)
Harley Quinn (series 1.5)
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