This great looking Justice League birthday card was produced by Carlton Cards in Cleveland Ohio in 2017. In this image, featuring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash, the cover appears to have a turquoise background. In reality, the scan was unable to pick up the fact that it has an iridescent sheen to it that brilliantly reflects light.
On the cover of this issue of Cracked magazine Super #11, published in the summer of 1996, you’ll find DC Comics characters facing off against Marvel Comics characters in quite an unusual way. The cover was illustrated by Rurik Tyler who has done a lot of work for Marvel over the years. This magazine is full of reprinted superhero (and non-superhero) parodies from Cracked magazine’s archive as well as a new story (at the time) called “The Marvel versus DC Battles” which parodies the then storylines where DC and Marvel characters fought each other which then lead to…
These are eye catching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice commemorative coins produced in 2016 by an unknown company. Each coin has the identical design featuring Henry Cavill as Superman and Ben Affleck as Batman against the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie logo.
This is a Justice League jumbo coloring book published in 2003 by Dalmatian Press and based on the animated series that aired on Cartoon Network. When they say “jumbo,” they mean “JUMBO!” This book contains over 100 pages of coloring pages, puzzles, and fun.
This is a copy of Super Powers! number 5 cover dated May 2017. The comic book series, intended for a younger demographic, was illustrated by Art Baltazar. I had the great pleasure of meeting the talented artist at the 2018 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois.
Hallmark produced this Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice “You Can Do Anything” birthday card in 2016. The cover features stylized black and white artwork of Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman against a red tinted city street scene. The cover reads, “You can do anything when you set your mind to it.” The inside of the card reads, “Can’t wait to see what this year brings!”
The popular animated series Justice League Action was featured in McDonald’s Happy Meal toys in 2018. This is an unused Happy Meal box that was given out at the time. The box features the character artwork of Superman, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batman, Batgirl, and The Flash. There is also an ad on it encouraging kids to ask their parent’s permission to download the McPlay app which allowed you to “create your own comic.”
From Innovative Designs, LLC in 2017 came this Justice League Stamp Set. The set comes with a 40 sheet notepad, stickers, 4 mini markers, 2 mini stampers (Wonder Woman and The Flash), 2 foam stampers (Superman and Batman), and 1 ink pad. The designs are in the style of the New 52 versions of the characters.
This is a packet of 32 American Greetings Justice League stickers released in 2017. There are two sheets and each eye-catching sticker is molded in 3-D. There are numerous heroes represented here by their logos: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Batgirl.
Here’s another collectible about the 1970s/1980s Super Friends cartoon series. This is another version of the Super Friends Superman pencil sharpener produced in 1980. It’s exactly like the one I posted previously, except the design is of Superman running against a yellow background toward us. As it was with the other sharpener, the art is also by the legendary artist Neal Adams.