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Unleash your power and explore your inner hero with DC Super Hero action dolls! Inspired by the powerful students of DC Super Hero High, the DC Super Hero Girls action dolls are ready for powerful fun. In 12-inch scale, the Harley Quinn action doll is hugely entertaining! She wears a fabulous outfit that blends the iconic elements of her original DC Super Hero character -black and red, a diamond-shaped Harlequin-inspired print and mismatched fashion -with modern trends ready for action. Accessories are equally awesome! The fun but unpredictable acrobat comes with her giant mallet that she can hold in her hand. Designed with high articulation and the ability to stand alone, the Harley Quinn action doll is ready for powerful posing and creative storytelling -capture a moment of action with ease. Girls will love finding their own unique abilities along with the preeminent students of DC Super Hero High who learn to master their powers and the hero fundamentals in ways big and small. From a routine school day to a Super Hero adventure, the galaxy is the limit! Collect them all for a full attendance (each sold separately, subject to availability). Includes Harley Quinn action doll wearing fashion and accessories, plus mallet. Colors and decorations may vary.


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DC Super Hero Girls Action Dolls with Super Hero Accessories

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