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6The Joker -Killing Joke- 2nd Edition ARTFX Statue

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₱5,500

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The Killing Joke Joker stands 11 inches tall (1/6th scale) on a special display base that includes the broken crate of dynamite, LED lamp.

About the Product

Featuring a portrait inspired by the graphic novel cover art coupled with an original pose by Kotobukiya, this new statue brings the maniacal clown to life as you’ve never seen him before.  Joker stands with one foot resting on a crate of dynamite, smiling his huge toothy grin as he snaps a photo on his old school film camera.  The sadistic villain’s costume is incredibly detailed, showing off every seam, cuff, button, crease, and more on his purple three piece suit and trench coat.  His outfit is even topped off by authentic studded spats, fedora, iconic white gloves, and lapel-pinned flower.  The Joker’s elongated white painted face leaps right off of the graphic novel cover with its deep laugh lines, left eye squeezed shut, and unruly green hair peeking out from under his hat.  There’s even a motion sensor built into the base that activates an LED spot lamp and camera shutter sound after a brief delay.  As an added bonus, the lamp is movable and can be placed at any angle around the statue!

Scale: 1/6

Specifications

Product Dimensions:
32.8 x 17.8 x 17.1 cm

Item Weight:
910 grams

Tags:
Batman, Villain, the joker, the killing joke, joker, killing, DC, dc comics, Comics, animation, cartoons, pvc, kotobukiya,

About the Brand

In 1947, KOTOBUKIYA was built as a toy store in Tachikawa, Tokyo, and it became a limited liability company in 1953. While always continuing to focus on retail sales, KOTOBUKIYA first venture into original products as a model kit manufacturer began in 1983 with Armament, their first original model kit.

This was followed in 1985 with King Godzilla, their very first licensed kit.

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