Sideshow Present ‘Harley Quinn’ Wall Hanging by Xhanthi

Article by John Hammond

Being a fan of the character, this piece of merchandise is very welcome. Here, Sideshow present the new Harley Quinn Wall Hanging by the manufacturer Xhanthi. This is a lovely cameo design which transforms the artists signature ‘Bun’ face in to the Gotham City ‘Maid of Mischief’.

About this collectible

Hiya, cutie! Xhanthi’s Harley Quinn Wall Hanging is ready to bring a touch of trouble to your wall, blending fashion and fandom in a colorful addition to any collection.

This elegant sculpted cameo transforms the artist’s signature “Bun” doll face into Gotham’s very own Maid of Mischief, Harley Quinn, in her classic two-toned jester hood and white collar with a gloss finish. Harley’s masked portrait sits in the center of a black and red frame, wrapped in fancy filigree and accented with heart and diamond shapes.

The three-dimensional Harley Quinn Wall Hanging by Xhanthi measures 10” tall and 9” wide, perfect for puddin’ up on your wall as a part of your DC Comics collection. Capturing the Clown Princess of Crime’s iconic aesthetic, this design makes for one quinn-tessential collectible.

This is another great piece of merchandise from the fine people at Sideshow, and definitely one I would consider adding to my own collection. The colours, the detail, the gloss finish, all are top notch. With the feel of the characters first appearance in Batman: The Animated Series, this will appeal to fans of both that show and the character herself.

The Harley Quinn wall hanging by Xhanthi is a companion piece to the previously announced Poison Ivy piece, and is now available to pre-order on the Sideshow website and has an estimated arrival date of between August and October 2021. Is this something that you would add to your own collection?  Please let us know.

Images and Press Release Courtesy of Sideshow Collectibles


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