Sideshow Collectibles Announces New Batman Villain Figures

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Sideshow Collectibles has announced two new Batman Premium Format Figures: the Joker and Mr. Freeze. Joker is modeled off his appearance in Batman: The Animated Series, while Freeze harkens back to his comic book look.

Sideshow’s official Joker description is below:

The Joker Statue measures 17” tall, inspired by the Clown Prince of Crime’s unforgettable animated appearance.  This stylized statue captures the suave insanity of this iconic criminal as he stands atop a toxic vat of noxious green chemicals threatening to spill over.  In one hand, he holds a maniacally grinning Joker Fish, while his other hand drops a variety of villainous Joker face cards into the acid below.

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The Sideshow exclusive edition (available directly through their website) features a replaceable left hand with a choice of the “Bang!” gun or a series of playing cards.

On a related note, the company previously announced an animated Harley Quinn and hyenas statue.

Sideshow’s official Mr. Freeze description is below:

The Mr. Freeze Premium Format™ Figure measures 24” tall on top of a frostbitten laboratory base.  As Batman’s below-zero foe, Victor Fries has his cryogenic gun prepared to give the Dark Knight a cold reception. Jagged blue ice crystals protrude upwards from the snowy scene, which features the tatters of a black cape and a batarang below Freeze’s boots.

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The “Nora Under Dome” seen in this image is part of the exclusive edition.

You can go to the Sideshow site to see more images of Joker here and Freeze here. Retail price for the figures is $425 and $720, respectively; they’re scheduled for release in 2020.

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Kevin Sharp

From alternating Batman & Green Lantern as childhood Halloween costumes, to getting punched in my adolescent heart by Love & Rockets, to playing convention sidekick to the legendary Len Wein, the comics medium and characters feel like a part of my DNA.