Mezco Mini Mez-Itz are one of my favorite designer collectibles on the market. There are so many good choices out there today; Funko POP, Lego, Mini-Mates, etc, etc - but these Mini Mez-Itz are really holding their own. I secretly gauge the momentum of a toy line by the characters they produce - yes, I know every collector probably does this - but I base my judgement on willingness to produce multiple versions of the same character. Usually this ends up being Catwoman. Funko POP has two, Lego has two (almost identical), Mini-Mates has one, but Mini Mez-Itz has two with an additional two on the horizon. The momentum is definitely impressive. Plus the upcoming Poison Ivy and Harleys are really going to round-out the bat-family roster. The only downside to these figures is that Mezco seems to have a pattern of initially releasing them as keychains at conventions, with non-keychain versions released much later. I'm impatient. But I dislike keychains. Luckily I have an Xacto blade and a wide array of Dremel bits.
While most of these Mini Mez-Itz keychains come carded, I bought mine from the Mezco booth at NYCC and she came polybagged in a nondescript baggie.
Ahh free of those pesky chains at last!
Time for some Group and Comparison shots!