The Dark Knight Statue 1/4 Heath Ledger Joker Regular Edition 52 cm
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The 1/4 Scale Dark Knight Joker statue captures Heath ledger's portrayal of The Joker like you've never seen before. For this hyper-real head sculpt, Queen Studios' artists focused intensely on capturing every element. From the thick scars in his "Glasgow Grin". To the deep expression lines in his forehead. And the calm yet chaotic look in his eyes. No detail is spared.
Queen Studios' quarter scale TDK Joker captures the criminal mastermind from one of the most iconic scenes in the movie. After performing a gruesome magic trick, The Joker reveals he also has one more trick up his sleeve, or in this case, inside of his overcoat. To recreate this incredible scene, our artists have created movie accurate miniature grenades, to fit inside of his iconic custom-tailored suit.
The Joker has become a cultural phenomenon. This cunning criminal has been a consistent fixture in popular culture since 1940. In the 80 years since we were first introduced to the Clown Prince of Crime, we've seen many incredible portrayals. But none quite as well known and respected as Heath Ledger's Joker, who, until recently, was considered by many as THE Joker. The Queen Studios 1/4 Joker statue is inspired by this incredible character from one of our favourite scenes.
- Material: Polystone and Fabric clothing
- Features: Switchout hand with miniature poker cards
- Size: 52 x 18,5 x 24 cm
- Queen Studio
- 1/4 scale
- Q2 2022
- Character Family
- DC Universe
- Batman: Dark Knight
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