When I first started buying the DC Collectibles Animated Universe action figures I was immediately excited about the prospect of getting two versions of all of my favorite Bat characters. But then I started wondering how they would differentiate between the Harley Quinn in Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures. Catwoman, Batgirl, and Poison Ivy all have very distinctive looks between the two series. But Harley's differences were extremely subtle and I didn't know if the changes would warrant the purchase of a second figure. But then this Girls' Night Out set was announced with two exclusive figures (Supergirl and Livewire) so I knew I'd be adding a TNBA Harley to my collection no matter what. I'm glad I did too because this Harley is surprisingly different from the BTAS Harley in both scale and sculpt. This now reinvigorates my excitement about completing my collection. We should have Ivy and Batgirl by the end of August! Let's check out The New Batman Adventures Harley below!
The articulation is very similar to past DCC Animated females, but the "rocker foot" joint seems to have been phased out.
This Girls' Night Out Harley is the technically the third version of TNBA Harley to be released in this line. They first version was the Mad Love 2-Pack featuring this same head but a nightgown body. The second version is the single packed Harley. She is identical to the Girls' Night Out figure, but comes with a second "bug-eyed" head and several pairs of alternate hands.
Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!
Here she is with the BTAS Harley (on the Left)
In this one the TNBA Harley is on the Left and the BTAS is on the Right.
Here is the whole Girls Night Out set together: Poison Ivy, Livewire, Harley Quinn, Supergirl, and Batgirl.