Superman Returns With These New Justice League Figures


Now that it feels like we’re finally within reaching distance of Justice League‘s theatrical release, it’s about that time for various forms of memorabilia to start flooding stores. Whether it be action figures, premium collectibles, coffee mugs or beach towels, odds are there’ll be something for everybody sporting DC’s premier team of superheroes, no matter what their price range may be.

In fact, just earlier today, we got photos of a whole bunch of merchandise for the upcoming tentpole, and it doesn’t seem like the marketing will be slowing down any time soon, either, as we now have a large batch of images for some Justice League action figures. They come to us courtesy of Kotobukiya and will set you back $79.99 should you choose to pick one up – which we suggest you do. They’re currently available for pre-order with an expected ship date of January 2018.

Sure, that may be well past the film’s release, but it’s hard to deny that any one of these would look awesome in your home. Just take a peek through the gallery below and see if you don’t agree with us.

While there’s nothing too revealing to be found with any of the figures, it is nice to see Superman back with the squad, given that he’s been absent from much of the marketing and promo materials thus far. Additionally, these photos give us a pretty good look at each hero’s costume as they’ll appear in the film, which will surely excite some fans. Other than that, there’s not much to take away from these, but again, you’d be foolish not to scoop one – or even all – of them up. Trust us, you don’t want to miss out.

On November 17th, Justice League pulls together six of DC’s finest to defend Earth from the invading Steppenwolf. A loyal disciple of the all-powerful Darkseid, Ciaran Hinds’ mega-villain has arrived on our planet in search of the three Mother Boxes, artifacts from a bygone era that will ostensibly serve as the film’s MacGuffins. All of that and more was teased in JL‘s epic, four-minute trailer, which became one of SDCC 2017’s many highlights.