Batman: The Animated Series Joker Christmas Action Figure is a Present in Itself

For those that remember some of the original episodes of Batman: The Animated Series, DC Collectibles has quite the treat for you. They’re offering a Batman: The Animated Series Joker Christmas action figure that replicates the character’s first appearance in the series.

The show’s second episode, entitled Christmas with the Joker introduced Mark Hamill in the role he’s perhaps most famous for outside of Luke Skywalker, of course. It’s Christmas Eve and the Joker has escaped from Arkham Asylum. And on their hunt to return the villain to the asylum, the Joker introduces Batman and Robin to a number of his Christmas themed props.

Those props come included with DC Collectibles’ Batman: The Animated Series Joker Christmas action figure. As you can see in the image above, the Joker is dressed in his festive green turtleneck and red sweater. He even has a Santa hat on to complete his outfit.

This Batman: The Animated Series Joker Christmas action figure comes with interchangeable hands so that he can hold his various props in different poses. He comes with a Charlie Brown-esque Christmas tree and a large candy cane too. And one of his interchangeable hands features the very same hand puppet that the character utilized in the Christmas with the Joker episode of the show.

The Batman: The Animated Series Joker Christmas action figure won’t rob you blind like its fictitious counterpart either. The figure is currently going for around $45 on Amazon with shipping factored in. If you’re looking for a Batman villain to help decorate for Christmas, the Clown Price of Crime should do just fine. Or, if you’d rather go with the good guys, you can do that too.

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Jeff Scott
Jeff Scott
Growing up a 90's kid, Jeff found his love for gaming during Nintendo's heyday. Because of that, you could (perhaps sadly) call him a "Nintendo Fanboy" to this day.

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