DC Comics The Joker 1/6 Scale Figure From Sideshow Toy

by Jay Cochran
November 23, 2018
This figure of DC Comics The Joker features an intricately-tailored fabric costume that includes a purple suit jacket and pants, an orange vest, a black dress shirt, and a green bow tie. This highly detailed figure has a sculpted lapel flower, shoes with sculpted spats, and includes a pair of grip hands, a pair of fists, a pair of card-holding hands, and additional hands for pointing, holding his cane and gun, and a hand with a gag buzzer.

The Joker Sixth Scale articulated figure has a portrait is inspired by his DC Comics appearance, detailed with his signature makeup, coiffed green hair, and a sinister red-lipped smile. The figure comes with a number of accessories including The Joker card, a cane, a crowbar, a knife, and a toy pistol with “Bang” and “CLICK CLICK CLICK” flags. You can pre-order this figure from Sideshow Toy today at BigBadToyStore.com.
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sXeblues - 2018-11-26 @ 6:52 am
15 hours ago, GojiBill said:

Youre correct, thats the Final Wars Godzilla. It was designed to be a composite Godzilla pulling from multiple versions while also maintaining a slim physique to allow for more aggressive stunts/fight scenes. It kicked offGodzillas cinematic breakuntil the Legendary film released in 2014 and was the last Godzilla movie by Toho (Japan) until Shin Godzilla in 2016.

Many thanks for insights!?

Thinwheat - 2018-11-26 @ 1:12 am

Looks good, the face sculpt is pretty creepy. Maybe too creepy for me. I don't picture the Joker as a horror sort of character and this seems a bit too frightening with the way he's depicted. Nice figure though.

GojiBill - 2018-11-25 @ 3:36 pm
4 hours ago, sXeblues said:

In fact, I ended up doing a little research, and I think Ive come up with where my Godzilla figure is from... It looks to be the 2004 Godzilla Final Wars 6.5 vinyl figure put out by Bandai America, around that time. Not quite the classic version that I thought it was. Butstill, on my budget, its probably close enough in figure form, to satisfy mytastes.

Youre correct, thats the Final Wars Godzilla. It was designed to be a composite Godzilla pulling from multiple versions while also maintaining a slim physique to allow for more aggressive stunts/fight scenes. It kicked offGodzillas cinematic breakuntil the Legendary film released in 2014 and was the last Godzilla movie by Toho (Japan) until Shin Godzilla in 2016.

darcreign - 2018-11-25 @ 12:38 pm

Very interesting look, I like the classic feel. But like said above sideshow is out of my price range.

sXeblues - 2018-11-25 @ 11:09 am

In fact, I ended up doing a little research, and I think Ive come up with where my Godzilla figure is from... It looks to be the 2004 Godzilla Final Wars 6.5 vinyl figure put out by Bandai America, around that time. Not quite the classic version that I thought it was. Butstill, on my budget, its probably close enough in figure form, to satisfy mytastes.

sXeblues - 2018-11-25 @ 9:38 am
17 hours ago, GojiBill said:

I feel the same way about Godzilla.After60+ years, hes had multiple representions with very distinct appearances. Its hard to narrow down my favorite. That said,54 Goji will always be the quintessential since all those that followed were born of and compared to that original design..

I can definitely understand that, even without being a Godzilla uber-fan... Ive yet to really, fully delve into all of the classic films which I intend to one day. But, theres just something about that classic look to him. The one figure that I currently own, which appears below, I think I bought from my local Toys R Us,somewhere between 2002 and 2012 which I know is a helluva gap, but Ihonestly cant recall when exactly Id found him and Id purposely picked him up because he was the closest approximation, at that time, of a pseudo-classic version of him that Icould find. Truth be told though, Im not so sure, now that I look at it up close, if its actually based on the 54 version, or a later one.

GojiBill - 2018-11-24 @ 3:37 pm
9 hours ago, sXeblues said:

Not bad... But, Joker is like Superman, to me. Its really hard to pin down a quintessential likeness, or overall fitting, for lack of a better term, general face sculpt, that really, truly encapsulates what the character issupposedto look like. For me, this one is close. But, still not quite close enough. Not that Ive got the budget to start collecting these Sideshow offerings, anyway.

I feel the same way about Godzilla.After60+ years, hes had multiple representions with very distinct appearances. Its hard to narrow down my favorite. That said,54 Goji will always be the quintessential since all those that followed were born of and compared to that original design.

Thankfully NECA has made an affordable option for collecting all the Godzillas and theyre getting far better with the sculpting since they started in 2014. Really hoping the line continues beyond Godzilla 62 and G-KOTM 2019.

sXeblues - 2018-11-24 @ 5:45 am

Not bad... But, Joker is like Superman, to me. Its really hard to pin down a quintessential likeness, or overall fitting, for lack of a better term, general face sculpt, that really, truly encapsulates what the character issupposedto look like. For me, this one is close. But, still not quite close enough. Not that Ive got the budget to start collecting these Sideshow offerings, anyway.

FASVB - 2018-11-23 @ 8:19 pm

Classic Joker! This looks amazing. I wish that Meaco had gone that way.

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