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This duo isn’t dynamic, they’re diabolical! Thanks to Figures Toy Company, the two most lethal lovebirds in the entire DC Universe are coming back, new and improved for another assault on your heroic retro figures. Prepare yourselves for the retro figure return of both The Joker and Harley Quinn!


Little has been revealed about these new FTC offerings, aside from teaser images of the package art for each figure. As Batman’s nemesis, The Joker has always been a favorite of comic book readers and collectors everywhere, while Harley Quinn managed to find her way into fans hearts despite her nefarious ways. Both of these figures are surefire hits for Figures Toy Company and will make great additions to any DC Comics figure collection. Even new fans who aren’t familiar with FTC’s giant selection of DC superheroes and villains will be tempted by these toy terrors!

Figures Toy Company will be releasing more information and images of these figures prior to their release, and you can be sure that Second Union will have the scoop! Be sure to check back here for more FTC updates, and visit for retro figure offerings from DC Comics, Hanna Barbera, KISS, and even “The Man” himself, Stan Lee! You can also follow Figures Toy Company on social media (@FiguresToyCo on Twitter, Figures Toy Company on Facebook and Instagram) for sneak previews, breaking news, and sales on some of your favorite figures!

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