Holy Shields and Yarnell, Batman! What's scarier than clowns? Why, mimes of course! And that's why there's nothing scarier than this Hot Toys take on the Joker as a mime from the 1989 "Batman" film!
Due to ship in December, this take on the Jack Nicholson version of the character fuses makeup-based horrors into a form unrealized since Tim Curry as Pennywise in "Stephen King's IT." Here's some pics!
For $229.99, Joker-holics get a 30 cm figure with 30 points articulation, a dead-on likeness of Jack Nicholson, heaps of extra hands and accessories, and Hot Toys' patented Parallel Eyeball Rolling System (PERS), which is almost as unsettling as the whole mime thing.
Cash-strapped fans can do a payment system for as little as $76.66 a month. No, there is no sign as to when the half-Batman half-Joker Prince played in the "Batdance" video will appear in toy form, though the world might be better for that. Pre-order here!