NYCC Exclusive Harley Quinn Pullip

As I mentioned previously here, for the first time ever Groove released a New York Comic Con exclusive Pullip this year and in even better news it is the one and only Harley Quinn! Harley Quinn actually arrived last weekend via the very awesome Popfuzz unfortunately work and other activities have been keeping busy during the fleeting and few daylight hours so I didn’t really have a chance to get any decent photos of her until today.
NYCC Harley Quinn
Any of my normal readers probably already know this but for any newbies reading this- I am a huge fan of Harley Quinn, so much so I actually had a custom Harley Quinn Pullip by Requiemart commissioned a few years back. I love and adore my custom Harley Quinn as well as the official release but my favorite is still the custom with her killer grin ^^;

My box shots turned out horribly so I’m going to skip those for this entry.
Harley Quinn Face Up
The face up- I actually quite like it although I feel it should have been a bit more menacing  She does not have a new face sculpt her lips are just painted a bit differently than usual which seems to gives her mouth a new shape.
Harley Quinn
The white clown make up seems to just be painted on part of Harley’s face plate so her entire head is not ghastly white, her body is a normal pullip skintone.
Nycc Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn with her matching Lego mini-figure.
NYCC Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn actually came with a padded bra underneath her outfit to better suit her character, the good news is because the outfit was made with a little bit of extra space to fit the amplified bust it can fit on an obitsu (not an easy fit because of the chunky obitsu thighs but with enough effort it can be done!).
NYCC Harley Quinn
Some further details about the outfit- Harley Quinn’s body comes wrapped all in slippery plastic to help prevent staining, with the colors/material of the outfit without she will stain over time so take that into consideration before deciding whether or not to remove the wrapping. I’m honestly not the biggest fan of the material that Harley’s outfit is made from but I like it a lot better in person than I had anticipated somehow it does just seem to work for Harley though.
NYCC Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn’s hammer is extremely lightweight, I think I would have preferred an all plastic mallet but the stuffed mallet does make for easier posing for photos at least.
NYCC Harley Quinn
Some additional pictures of her are available on my flickr.
NYCC Harley Quinn

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8 Responses to NYCC Exclusive Harley Quinn Pullip

  1. vhdangel says:

    I know this might seem like a silly question, but do the ponytails of her wig go in the cowl? Because it almost looks like you have to take her wig off to put it on.

    • kleintoys says:

      The pigtails do indeed fit inside the jester hood, getting her bangs to stay tucked up inside the hood can be a bit of a pain. There is a reason why my custom doesn’t wear a wig unless she is being photographed hoodless.

  2. Does her body match her backplate?
    I’m compiling a list of rebodying options for all released dolls and am unsure whether rebodying options for her should match her backplate or her face.
    (Also, any other dolls you have rebodying suggestions for not already listed would be really great)

    • kleintoys says:

      The face plate is the true color, her back plate is painted. The back plate more or less matches her body though which more or less matches white obitsu.

      I’m not part of Dollchemy and have no interest in it, sorry ^^;

    • kleintoys says:

      I just meant that there are limits to how much work I will actually do to benefit a community I am not a part of ^^;

      • I am sort of of the opinion that it will benefit other communities as well, since like I said you don’t have to join to see it, and anyone can use it.
        But that’s fine, I dont want to impose on you.

    • kleintoys says:

      Obitsu color matching is tricky as it is extremely subjective, some people may be happy with a match some people won’t be happy with a match. The only absolutely perfect match for a doll is it’s own body and in some cases that doesn’t even match Carol, for example. The only way I would feel comfortable authoritatively saying this doll matches x color obitsu would be to take a picture of the doll next to an obitsu in natural sunlight so people could judge for themselves if they felt the match was tolerable for them which would take a lot of time/work/energy. It’s nothing personal, just not something I have the time to do right now. If there are a couple dolls you have specific questions about I’m happy to help, send me a list via email or something and I’ll take a look at it.

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