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Dark Knight Style Joker Baby Doll May Be Totally Serious

No. No no no no no no no. no.

How do you make the Joker creepier than he already is? Make him a toddler! Truly, somewhere, for whatever reason, someone thought making a 1/6 scale baby doll that resembles Heath Ledger’s Joker from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight was a good idea. You may be asking yourself, “is this an actual thing?” All answers point to yes, dear readers, and yes, that is a diaper in his duffle bag. 

Listed as “LAKOR Baby,” the product images come from the website J.ME. and although the web address stamped on them is non-existent, it seems like this is really something that has been at least partially developed. When translated, the website gives a list of what the future product from WorldBox would include:

  • Make-up head and Doll
  • baby body
  • Cloth suit
  • White plaid shirt
  • Underwear 2
  • Clown mask
  • Foundation Brush
  • Lipstick
  • G18 wood texture
  • Wood texture submachine gun
  • Shoulder bag

Yes, not one but TWO pairs of underwear for this clown. And you can do the makeup yourself. Here are a few more pics:

Nerd Approved says this will be sold starting February 2012 but I think the only question here is, “Why?” 7 Hobby, a toys and collectibles site, has it listed for pre-order for $108.

(via Nerd Approved)

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