Hollywood Spotlight Justice League movie magazine (2017)

This ninety-eight page book includes hefty coverage of the 2017 motion picture Justice League. The cover features an image of the DC Films Trinity… Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck as Batman, and Henry Cavill as Superman as well as inset images of Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. There are articles breaking down the history of each character and information on other characters that will appear in the film.

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Parker Brothers Justice League of America Monopoly Collector’s Edition board game (1999)

When the Warner Bros Studio Store was closing its doors at our local mall back in 2001, the store had marked down almost all of their items for quick sale. All, of course, except the gallery items. Toward the end, when most of the merchandise was being picked clean, a stack of these Parker Brothers Justice League of America Monopoly Collector’s Edition board games were among the items left. The board game comes with eight custom pewter tokens which include Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. As an added bonus, the box also comes with…

Kraft DC Super Heroes Macaroni & Cheese (1998)

In 1998, Kraft released specially marked boxes of their popular Macaroni & Cheese which featured members of the Justice League under the sub-title DC Super Heroes. The artwork on the boxes were done in the style of Bruce Timm who was the concept artist and producer for the Batman: The Animated Series, beginning in 1992, and Superman: The Animated Series which premiered two years prior to the release of this product. The pasta was…

Super Friends Special #1 (1981)

In this double issue of Super Friends Special number 1, the first story deals with Gleek being abducted by a villain named the Menagerie Man who uses animals to steal. After several pages of fun games, puzzles and drawing, story number two begins and tells the tale of…

Kenner Total Justice Superman figure (1996)

I think most fans will agree… the Kenner Total Justice line from 1996 produced some of the strangest looking action figures and accessories. This Superman figure was one of the more basic of the bunch and featured a long-haired Superman (mirroring that of the comicbooks at the time) but the figure comes with…