Friday, April 14, 2017

Justice League Action Mini HARLEY QUINN!

Justice League Action - Mighty Minis 3-Pack #4 - Harley Quinn - Mattel 2017

For some reason this 4th set of Justice League Action Mighty Minis is extremely difficult to find. I feel really bad for the folks trying to assemble the Collect-n-Connect Darkseid figure (because the legs included in the set are rather integral to his imposing stature). This Harley Quinn figure was a surprise for most toy hobbyists and I actually think she was unknown until people saw the cardback in the stores. In the cartoon she looks very different; with red eyes and spiky costume details; but I think that funky design in this scale would look like a mistake so I'm glad they chose the classic look. She seems to be popular in the cartoon so hopefully she gets a figure in the upcoming 4-5" line. I always love a unique Harley toy. And who knows, there are lots more interesting heroines in the series that are well-deserving of toys: Poison Ivy, Star Sapphire, Faora, Killer Frost, Cheetah, etc. I hope the series and toy lines are a success because the designs are pretty cool. Let's check out the Mighty Mini Harley Quinn below!

This set comes with the legs of Darkseid.

Harley's design in the Justice League Action cartoon is vastly different than this figure, but I am always happy to get a classic Harley toy so you won't hear any complaints from me.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is next to the Wonder Woman from set #3.

And here she is with her pack-mates: Joker and Batman.

From Left to Right: MyMoji, Pint Size Heroes, Mighty Minis, Lego, and Funko Pocket Pop.



  1. I don't know why Mattel went through the trouble of carding these Mighty Minis (which I thought was a great idea) but them produce them in such sparse numbers. Errr...

    YET this Harley is cute! I actually think her frame seems more feminine than WW, but her head looks HUGE by comparison - lol.

    1. I think her body looks more feminine BECAUSE her head is so large haha. Wonder Woman's small head makes her look broad-shouldered and neckless.

    2. I think you are correct there! I tried to image the WW mini a head that big and it struck me very funny - lol.

  2. What store did you find this at? Also, where within the store? I haven't had any luck locating this 3-pack...

  3. Where within the store meaning where in the toy department, in case that wasn't clear.

    1. I found her in a local grocery store (ie.. not a national chain) in the small toy section next ot he magazines (with My little Pony and Thomas the Train toys). I've only seen these carded figures in comic shops and grocery stores (maybe drug stores as well?). The big-box stores only seem to carry the blind bag figures.