Harley Quinn & the Gotham Girls

Harley Quinn & the Gotham Girls
Quality of sculpts 5
Character selection 5
Playability 5
Overall 5

Almost impossible to choose favourite characters from this set, my favourite Heroclix set to date.

Favourite figure

Batman, God of Knowledge

source - Justice League: Darkseid War





Published in 1997, Thrillkiller is a three part mini-series featuring Robin and Batgirl. It starts in 1961 and features pulp noir versions of familiar characters. 
The series was followed up with Thrillkiller '62.

#054 King Shark
First appearance: Superboy vol. 4, #0 (Oct. 1994)

King Shark was born in Hawaii and is the son of the Shark God. First appearing as an adversary to Superboy he has also been a regular adversary to Aquaman.

More recently he has been part of the Suicide Squad and made and appearance in The Flash TV series.

Wiki - King Shark

#044 Kite Man
First appearance: Batman #133 (August 1960)

Charles "Chuck" Brown is Kite Man. He uses Kites as weapons to commit crimes. In his early criminal career he is defeated several times by Batman and Robin.  As well as his comic appearances he has appeared in Batman: The Brave and the Bold TV series, voiced by Jeffrey Combs. and made a cameo in the Lego Batman film.


Wiki - Kite Man




021 Scandal Savage
First appearance Villains United #1 (July 2005)

Scandal Savage is the daughter of immortal villain Vandal Savage and member of the Secret Six Scandal Savage recently appeared in the animated film Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. Scandal Savage has a romantic relationship with Knockout.

Wiki - Scandal Savage

006 Knockout
First appearance: Superboy (vol. 3) #1 (February 1994)

Knockout is a former Female Fury from Apokolips who has super strength.
She has been associated with Secret Six, The Society, Suicide Squad and Female Furies. Knockout recently appeared in the animated film Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. Knockout has a romantic relationship with Scandal Savage.

Wiki - Knockout

005 Catman
First appearance: Detective Comics #311 (Jan. 1963)

Catman was originally Thomas Blake, a world-famous trapper of jungle cats who turned to crime because he had grown bored with hunting and had squandered most of his fortune as a millionaire. He became a burglar who committed his crimes in a cat-suit made out of an ancient African cloth.

Wiki - Catman


Catman in Batman: Brave and the Bold

023b Big Barda
First appearance: Mister Miracle #4 (October 1971)

A member of the race known as the New Gods born on Apokolips around 250 years ago. Trained by Granny Goodness Big Barda becomes leader of Darkseid's Female Furies. She eventually turns her back on Darkseid and the Furies and flees to Earth.

Wiki - Big Barda

Big Barda in the Justice League animated series

1 Harley Quinn
2 The Joker
003a Paul Kirk, Manhunter
003b Kirk DePaul, Manhunter
4 Big Tony
5 Catman
6 Knockout
7 Stompa
8 Plastique
9 Scarecrow
10 HIVE Trooper
11 Asylum Doctor
12 Mercenary
13 GCPD Officer
14 Batman
15 Batgirl
16 Wonder Woman
17 Harley Quinn
18 Poison Ivy
019a Bud
019b Lou
20 Catwoman
21 Scandal Savage
22 Mad Harriet
023a Big Barda
023b Big Barda
24 Scarecrow
25 HIVE Commander
26 Dr. Harleen Quinzel
27 Duchess
28 Renee Montoya
29 Batman
30 Robin
31 Robin
32 Red Tornado
33 Dr. Holly Quinn
34 The Joker
35 Mera
36 Stargirl
37 Batgirl
38 Batwoman
39 Jeanette
40 Bernadeth
41 Enchantress
42 Catwoman
043a Harley Quinn
043b Harley Quinn
44 Kite Man
45 Prometheus
46 Granny Goodness
47 Queen Bee
48 Dr. Mid-Nite
49 Harley Quinn
50 The Joker
51 Supergirl
52 Wonder Woman
53 Zatanna
54 King Shark
55 Giganta
56 Lashina
57 Nightshade
58 Harley and Ivy
059a Harley Quinn
059b Harley Quinn
60 Sand
61 Superman, God of Strength
62 Batman, God of Knowledge
63 The Flash, God of Death
64 Green Lantern, God of Light
65 Shazam, God of Gods
66 Lex Luthor, God of Apokolips
67 Wonder Woman
68 Grail
100 The Harlequin

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