Anytime one of the top toy companies announces one new figure it is enough to excite us here at Major Spoilers, so with Slideshow releasing images for SIX coming figures we almost can’t handle ourselves. Take the jump for all the images, including the Man of Steel!
I love Yaya Han’s costumes, and those who get to see her show off her craft are usually in for a treat. The model/costume designer is at the San Diego Comic-Con, and she’s showing off her new Catwoman costume.
Joining her in this shot is WindoftheStars, another super talented seamstress, who is wearing her Harley Quinn costume today.
Great job ladies!
Gene Gonzales posts great stuff online each day, which is probably why he shows up on the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day so often. With DC’s New 52 nearing the end of the issue six run, it’s time to see what Gene can do with the redesigned Harley Quinn.
It’s been far, far, far, far, far too long since we’ve taken a look at art from Josh Howard. The Dead@17 creator has been busy sharing many of his commission works on his websites, which includes old favorites, and even New 52 creations.
While some of the LEGO sets that the company releases are stand alone pieces of perfection, the best part about the building toy is taking the parts and making something original. LEGO has a series of DC Hero Factory-esque characters coming our way (Batman, Green Lantern, and The Joker), but if you want your own characters to join the line, you’ll have to make your own. Which is exactly what DeviantArt’s Retinence has done with Harley Quinn.
DC Comic’s team of nasties and ne’er-do-wells returns with Suicide Squad #1. Will this relaunch accomplish its mission or will it make readers want to… um, yeah…
Mimoco, the makers of those funky USB drives, is at it again, this time showing off its San Diego Comic Con Exclusive Harley Quinn drive inspired by the Batman: Arkham City video game.
Harley Quinn encompasses the fan-favorite Batman character as re-imagined in Arkham City styling with red and black leather bustier, rainbow-highlighted pigtails, shock of blonde hair and the menacing white face of a sociopath worthy of The Joker’s love.
If you happen to be at the convention, stop buy Mimoco’s booth (#4938) and see if you can snag one of these. But you better get in line early, the company says only 800 will be made available at the show.
Harley’s rampage is almost at it’s end. Now, will she kill him? Find out after the jump.
Harley Quinn is pissed. She’s had it to the tips of her cap with the Joker. So now she’s going to use a few random items to break into Arkham Asylum and do what no one else seems to be able to, kill her puddin’. Can she pull it off, find out after the jump.
Here’s a wonderful little bit of fun from artist Joe Quinones featuring Harley Quinn contemplating her current situation.
A couple of weeks ago, my Cover Girls of the DC Universe: Harley Quinn statue arrived. Based on the art of Adam Hughes, the boxed treasure has been begging to be opened. I finally took the plunge, opened the box, and am sharing the event – and the images, with you.
I’m in the mood to feature some Adam Hughes art today, as I know it drives some of you insane when you see a girl with big boobs and a tiny waist. This time, I think I might agree with you as Hughes offers up an image that looks really great on the top half of the body, but I think she looks too boney on the lower half. And yes, I’m waiting to see how long it takes someone to make a comment that includes Bone, Body, and Lower Half… pervs.