The The Joker 2.0 - DX Series Sixth Scale Figure features: Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Heath Ledger as The Joker in The Dark Knight (2008) movie Approximately 31 cm tall Two (2) interchangeable head sculpts, including one (1) smiling face and one (1) non-smiling face. Non-smiling face features patented Parallel Eyeball Rolling System (PERS) TrueType body with over 35 points of articulation and enhanced realism in upper body Detailed hair sculptures Highly detailed make-up, expression and wrinkles Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted Eight (8) pieces of interchangeable gloved palms including: One (1) pair for holding gun One (1) left palm for holding The Joker cards One (1) right palm for holding knife Two (2) right and one (1) left posing palms One (1) left relaxed palm Six (6) pieces of interchangeable ungloved palms including: One (1) pair of relaxed palms Two (2) right and one (1) left posing palms One (1) left palm for holding The Joker cards One (1) purple overcoat One (1) grey jacket One (1) green vest One (1) patterned shirt and tie One (1) pair of dark blue pants with stripes One (1) pair of checker socks One (1) pair of brown shoes One (1) machine gun One (1) shotgun One (1) pistol Three (3) knives One (1) pair of handcuffs One (1) pencil One (1) metal-like table with lamp and one (1) chair The Joker cards US money Deluxe light-up figure stand with copper-like finish, including The Joker 2.0 nameplate, movie logo and DX series title Double-sided backdrop featuring the scenes from the film Note: Light-Up feature in display stand requires Three (3) AAA Batteries (Not Included)
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