NJ Croce Suicide Squad Bendable Figures The Joker, Harley Quinn & Panda 3 Pack Review


During New York ToyFair 2017, NJ Croce revealed several new upcoming bendable figures. Some of the those new reveals included Suicide Squad singles and this three pack being reviewed, Batman 1989 Batmobile with bendable figure, Red Sonja, Looney Tunes, The Flintstones, and many other great products coming out this year. In addition to this three pack, The Joker and Harley Quinn will be available on single cards, and Panda will be only available in this three pack.

Thank you to NJ Croce for sending along their Suicide Squad Bendable Figures The Joker, Harley Quinn and Panda 3 Pack for review.

Availability: March 2017

These figures are based on their appearance as seen in the cinematic Suicide Squad 2016 film, which to our surprised raised over $745 million, making it the 10th highest-grossing film of 2016. To be honest, the only good aspect about the film was Margot Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn, as every other aspect about the film, including the story plot was disappointing in our opinion. But this isn’t a review about the film, so lets get back to the toys.



The Joker is sculpted in his silver business jacket, with a purple dress shirt, and black dress pants. His head sculpt has a great likeness to the character, with the word “damaged” painted on his forehead. Painted on his left hand is a smiling mouth, and on both hands are gold rings. The handgun is also nicely painted with purple, white, gold and silver deco. What is missing on the figure are the tattoos on his chest as seen in the film.



Harley Quinn is sculpted in her torn white shirt with a red trim on the top and red stripes on the sleeves with a blue deco on the left sleeve. The shorts are painted in metallic and sparkly red and blue with a metallic gold and black belt sculpted over it. Drawn on her stockings are several words and drawings, some of the text readers Pudding, Harley + Pudding, I’ll Wait Forever, and smaller text that is hard to make out. The high heels make this particular figure very difficult to stand on her own, which we don’t recall was a problem at the one they shown at ToyFair last month. The heels are the back are a bit short, so she falls over backwards and without the use of a stand, at least this particular figure cannot stand on her own. The rest of the boot part is nicely detailed and is painted in black and white and features shoe laces and other details.

The white shirt has straps around it that hold a non-removable handgun and other objects, and the straps are across her back with gold buttons. Her left hand sculpt is covered in a grey, red and blue glove, with a black band just above it. On both of the wrists are a gold bracelet, and on the right handier black and red diamonds painted on the forearm. Her head sculpt has a great likeness to the character and there is some red and blue deco around her eyes, ponytails, and there are red and blue bands holding her hair. Sculpted around her neck is a hold bracelet, which looks like a collar. Included with Harley is the baseball bat she used in the film, with lots of great detail on the deco including the words Good Night.



Panda is just an unknown character in a Panda suit and is part of Jokers gang. The suit is nicely detailed, with a sculpted textured panda suit with a red heart sculpted over it with the words Friends Forever painted over that in yellow. There are brown straps around his shoulders and across his back. The head sculpt is nicely detailed, and the hands are the only only aspect about he suit that show a part of the human in the suit as the middens are sculpted hanging downward, but still attached to the suit. Included with Panda is a rifle that he can hold onto in one hand. Due to the bulkiness of the figure, bending his legs and fully bending his arms is not possible.


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