Dorbz are one of my favorite new collectibles of the past couple years. The size, character selection and price point are perfect. Plus they scratch a nostalgic itch because of their resemblance to the 1980's Little People. I think the only thing that is going to turn me off will be my inability to keep up with a complete bat-lady collection because of the SDCC exclusive Batman Returns Catwoman Dorbz this year. Nothing makes me give up on a line faster than having impossible-to-obtain "must-haves." I still have dozens of awesome female G.I.Joes, but they've been in storage for years since Hasbro started making the newer figures so impossible to obtain. I really hope Dorbz don't go the same route because they've barely started. This Suicide Squad Harley Dorbz also marks the first time I've been disappointed with the execution of one of these figures. I feel like the eyes and mouth are printed about 1/4" too high on the face. It changes the whole demeanor of the figure in my opinion. Let's check her out below!
Look at the first pair of pictures with the glam on the packaging side. The spacing of the facial features seems off. Especially when compared to existing Dorbz (see the comparison pic with the comic Harley bellow). All the Suicide Squad Harleys I saw were like this, so it wasn't a freak printing accident.
Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!
Here she is with the Comic Version of Harley from last year. Maybe I'm nitpicking, but I really wish their eyes were on the same level like in the glam shots.