Here are some direct links to the major action figure lines:
- 1965. Ideal. Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash and Hawkman figures sold under the "Justice League" banner. Also includes the villains Mouseman and Thunderbolt. Were there any other figures in this line??
- 1967. Multiple Toymakers (Canadian). There were four sets of these figures sold with the "Justice League" name. Quite difficult to find, reportedly. Thanks to Don Abbott:
- Aquaman: Aquaman, Mera, the Fisherman, Mong, and Aquaman in his shell vehicle
- Batman: Batman, Joker, Riddler, and Robin on a Batcycle
- Superman (Superman, Superboy, Brainic, Lois Lane and a Robot
- Wonder Jet collection: Wonder Woman, Colonel Steve Trevor, Countess Nishki and Angle Man
The Last List also reviews this collection.
One thing to note is that Hasbro bought Tonka (including Kenner) in 1991. So it could be said that any toys made after that were actually Hasbro. Or you could divide them based upon whether they were created by the team in Cincinnati (Kenner) or Rhode Island (Hasbro). Most 5 inch figures came from Cincinnati. All 12 inch are from Rhode Island
Anything that looks like it was "made from parts of other stuff" probably came from Rhode Island. A good example is the Total Justice/JLA lines. T.J. came from the Cincinnati group. JLA was from Rhode Island The Batman and Superman animated tie-ins are from Cincinnati. The recent 4-packs for Batman: Animated are from Rhode Island. Cincinnati officially closed at the end of 2000 so everything from now on should be labelled as Hasbro.