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Batman has had one. Superman has had one. Wonder Woman had one this summer. Now it’s Harley Quinn’s turn.
Quinn, who is one of the top five characters in the DC Entertainment stable, is getting the life-size Lego statue treatment at this year’s New York Comic Con.
The Lego statues have become staples at the big conventions such as San Diego Comic-Con and exhibits such as Toy Fair, where fans line up to take photos of themselves in front of the characters. (Iron Man, the Hulk, and Star Wars Stormtroopers are also among those that have been replicated.)
Quinn’s popularity is at an all-time high, thanks in part to scene-stealing work by Margot Robbie in this summer’s Suicide Squad, and her comic book was the No. 1 seller when DC relaunched its lineup.
So naturally it was her time to make her brick debut.
The model stands 5-foot-3, weighs 63 pounds and is built out of 12,789 bricks. It took 120 hours to design and build.
Look for it at the Javits Convention Center.
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