DC Direct Solicits Justice Society of America Series 2

DC Direct has solicited series 2 of their Justice Society of America line.  Series 2 includes four new figures based on Alex Ross interpretations of Geoff Johns’ pet characters from the JSA comic.


JSA Series 2 - Hourman, Kingdom Come Superman, Cyclone, Stargirl
JSA Series 2 - Hourman, Kingdom Come Superman, Cyclone, Stargirl

Four second-generation Justice Society of America heroes are grouped together to make up the second series of action figures based on the art of Alex Ross!

Just as Geoff Johns’ “Thy Kingdom Come” story arc has brought the Kingdom Come Superman into current continuity, this series of action figures also features a fully articulated, original sculpt of the character.

Figures included:

  • Cyclone • 8.25” h
  • Stargirl • 6.5” h
  • Hourman • 7” h
  • Kingdom Come Superman • 7” h


Each figure features multiple points of articulation and a base.
4-color peggable window box packaging.

DC Universe Big Barda and DCD Dr. Sivana and Mr. Mind

When I got my set of DC Universe Classics wave 7 (carded | loose), it came with the Big Barda variant.  I dig chicks in helmets who could break me in half, so I picked up the regular version.  My DCUC7 set also included modern Booster Gold, who comes with a Skeet who flips open to reveal Mr. Mind.  That prompted me to pick up a DCD Dr. Sivana, who also comes with Mr. Mind as an accessory. 

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Adam Strange (classic)

Adam Strange (classic)
Adam Strange (classic)

When Mattel first announced the DC Universe Classics 2-pack of Adam Strange and Starfire, I was pretty psyched. You see, I’m a big fan of  Cosmic Odyssey – in that comic, those two characters team up with Lightray of the New Gods to fight an aspect of the Anti-Life Entity. Adam Strange’s adopted planet, Rann, the Earth, and the rest of the universe are at stake! (I can’t believe how nerdy I sound.)

Then, when Mattel revealed that Strange and Starfire would be in their modern day costumes, I was crushed. Starfire’s close enough, but Strange? I knew I would have to do something about that.

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