JLA Collectibles

In 2010, with the New 52, Cosmic Teams ceased covering the Justice League. This section is archival only.

DC characters have been heavily licensed over the years. If you have good information about certain merchandise, let me know and I'll share it with everyone. I don't want to cover all DC merchandise herein. I'd rather concentrate on those series which include the JLA or a broad set of DC characters.

Please help me if you are a connoisseur! I do not own all, or sell any of these items.

The Warner Bros. Studio Store issued innumerable DC collectibles. However, in 2001, its parent company (AOL) decided to discontinue all retail operations. The stores were closed by fall 2001.

Very special thanks to Matt Petersen

Action Figures

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:
    1. Aquaman: Aquaman, Mera, the Fisherman, Mong, and Aquaman in his shell vehicle
    2. Batman: Batman, Joker, Riddler, and Robin on a Batcycle
    3. Superman (Superman, Superboy, Brainic, Lois Lane and a Robot
    4. Wonder Jet collection: Wonder Woman, Colonel Steve Trevor, Countess Nishki and Angle Man
  • 1974-1982. Mego The original action figure line. I'll let The Mego Museum show you the many characters issued by that company.
  • 1984-1986. Super Powers These figures were issued in tandem with the Super Powers cartoon show.
    The Last List also reviews this collection.
  • 1990. ToyBiz
  • 1996-1998. Total Justice/JLA Some of the original Total Justice figures were repainted and re-released when the JLA comic got hot.
  • 1998. Hasbro/DC Succeeded the Total Justice Line, and harkens back to the original Mego line.
  • DC Direct (current). Distributed by DC Comics themselves.
  • 2002. Subway's Justice League animated toys Set of eight figures and straws.
  • 2003. Mattel's Justice League animated series figures Mattel, Inc. will debut an all new line up of toys for Batman, Superman, The Justice League, and more at the New York Toy Fair 2003. The Justice League line will include figures of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl. Each articulated figure will be approximately 4-3/4 inches tall and will be sculpted to look like the animated characters from the show. Each figure will come with it's own figure base and a lenticular trading card with two action shots. Collectors can snap the bases together for an action diorama that spells out "Justice League." The Javelin 7 Space Jet Vehicle, a replica of the vehicle from the Justice League cartoon, will also be made. The Space Jet will have lights and sounds, and transform into two separate ships, with room for one Justice League figure in each. See also, below.

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.

DC Direct

DC Direct offers collectibles directly to comic shops (and on the Web) from DC. The company offers tons of different merchandise with members of the Justice League, but only those below have been specifically marketed as "Justice League" items.


  • Silver Age JLA Villains PVC Set (2001): 7-piece set includes Kanjar Ro, Amazo, Despero, Queen Bee, Dr. Light, The Key and Felix Faust in carefully crafted figures ranging from approximatly 3.75" to 4.25" tall. Packaged in a 4-color window box. $39.95
  • Pewter Figures (2001). Aquaman • Batman • The Flash • Green Lantern • Martian Manhunter • Hawkgirl • Superman • Wonder Woman.
    Pewter figurines, part of a series devoted to the JLA. Standing mounted on a circular bases emblazoned with the JLA logo. $24.95
  • JLA Action Figure Gift Set (2005). Five 6-inch figures including Batman with batarang accessory, Superman, Wonder Woman with rope accessory, Green Lantern (John Stewart) with lantern accessory, and a newly created Aquaman figure with left-arm hook hand. Each figure features new head-sculpts, multiple points of articulation, a display base and is packaged in a 4 color window box with a full-size 48-page comic book compiling material from JLA 80-page GIANT #1, JLA SECRET FILES #3, JLA #77, and JLA GALLERY.
  • Justice League Animated: Maquettes and Mini-Maquettes (2004). Aquaman • Batman • The Flash • Green Lantern • Martian Manhunter • Hawkgirl • Superman • Wonder Woman. Cold-cast porcelain Maquettes based on models designed for the series and produced for the artists and animators on which to base their drawings and products on. Sculpted by Karen Palinko and standing approximately 9.25" tall x 5" wide. Packaged in a 4-color box. $89.95 Mini-maquettes are hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain measuring approximately 5 5/8" tall x 2 1/2" wide x 2 1/4" deep and is packaged in a 4-color box. Collect all eight MINI-Maquettes in this series! $29.95
  • Justice League Unlimited: Maquettes (2005). Green Arrow • Black Canary. Limited edition, hand-painted cold-cast porcelain maquettes; Sculpted by John G. Mathews, measures approximately 9" tall x 4" wide x 3.25" deep, includes a full-color certificate of authenticity and is packaged in a 4-color box. $89.95
  • Super Friends! Maquettes (2004). Aquaman • Batman • Robin • Wonder Woman • Superman. Featuring the heroes as they appeared in the legendary Super Friends! animated TV Series. Limited-edition, hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain maquettes measuring approximately 9" tall and packaged in a 4-color box. $89.95
  • Super Friends! Deluxe Action Figure Sets. Aquaman & Black Manta • Batman & Scarecrow • Green Lantern & Sinestro • Robin & The Riddler • Superman & Lex Luthor • Wonder Woman & Cheetah. Heroes are paired with their arch foes. Figures stand approximately 6.25-7" tall. Featuring nine points of articulation and including Super Friends! logo bases measuring approximately 4" wide x 2" deep x 0.75" tall. Other accessories accompany each figure. Packaged in a 4-color window box.
  • JLA First Appearance (The Brave & the Bold #28) Gift Set. Wonder Woman • the Flash • Green Lantern • Martian Manhunter • Aquaman. Featuring action figures of the classic Silver Age versions of the JLA founding members: . Each of these figures was previously released either singly or in a Deluxe Figure Set and some are repainted to reflect the time period of THE BRAVE & THE BOLD #28 cover. The set includes a base for each figure and a special full-size 32-page comic book reprint of THE BRAVE & THE BOLD #28. Packaged in a 4-color window box.
  • Pocket Super Heroes: JLA Box Set. Batman • The Atom • Superman • Wonder Woman • Green Lantern • Flash. Approximately 3.25" high (with the exception of The Atom) and are packaged together with the mini Atom in a 4-color window box.
  • Pocket Super Heroes: Series 1: Martian Manhunter Deluxe Set
    Featuring Martian Manhunter (Mar. 1925" tall), packaged with the Justice League's meeting table (approximately 1.5" tall x 5" in diameter) emblazoned with the JLA logo, and eight chairs (each approximately 2" tall). Includes backdrop art, story card and plastic stand. $14.95 US.
  • Classic Crime Syndicate. Ultraman • SuperWoman • Power Ring • Johnny Quick • Owlman. Each figure is in the 7" scale, featuring multiple points of articulation and clamshell blister packaging.
  • Justice League Action Figures sculpted by Tim Bruckner
    Approx. 6.5" tall, and include a base that features the JLA logo. These figures predated the Alex Ross series (below).
  • Justice League: Series 1 by Alex Ross (2006). Superman • Sinestro • Flash • Cheetah • Bizarro.
  • Justice League: Series 2 (2006). Aquaman • Black Canary • Black Manta • Parasite • Batman (all by Alex Ross) ] plus Adam Strange • the Atom • Elongated Man • Firestorm.
  • Justice League: Series 3 (2006). Wonder Woman • Green Lantern • Plastic Man • The Joker • Poison Ivy. Inspired by Alex Ross' Justice series, but not marketed as having been designed by Ross himself.
  • Justice League: Series 4 (2006). Black Adam • Captain Marvel • Hawkman • Zatanna • Solomon Grundy. Inspired by Alex Ross' Justice series, but not marketed as having been designed by Ross himself.
  • Justice League: Series 5 (2006). Brainiac • Green Arrow • Red Tornado • Martian Manhunter. Inspired by Alex Ross' Justice series, but not marketed as having been designed by Ross himself.
  • JLA Classified: Series 1 (2006). Wonder Woman • Aquaman • Flash • Green Lantern (John) • Martian Manhunter.
  • JLA: DC: The New Frontier (2006). Wonder Woman • Green Lantern • Superman • Blackhawk • Green Arrow.



  • Bookends. From DC Direct. Depicts the Big Seven plus Plastic Man (bad scan).
  • Justice League Animated: Wall Plaques (2003) [ Batman • The Flash • Green Lantern • Martian Manhunter • Hawkgirl • Superman • Wonder Woman ] Hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain wall relief sculpted by John G. Mathews and measuring approximately 4.5" tall x 8" wide x 2.5" deep. Packaged in a 4-color box. $39.95
  • JLA: Liberty & Justice Collector's Plate: Depicting a meeting of the Justice League featuring art by Alex Ross. Measures approximately 10.5" in diameter, features a certificate of authenticity imprinted on the back of the plate, and is edged with a 24-karat gold band. Packaged in an elegant black gift box with foil stamping. $59.95
  • Paper Weights. Weighing just over a pound and measuring approx. 4 inches tall. Package in 4 color plastic bubble card packaging.

DC Giveaways

  • Countertop Display Insert Cards: There are known cards for Justice League Spectacular #1 and the Justice Leauge Archives. Thick cardboard, folded down the center. Approx. size 10" x 8".
  • Folder (?): a basic letter-sized folder
  • Folder (1997): The size of an envelope, it has the "evil JLA" holograms on it; about 5 inches across when opened. To promote JLA month in September 1997 (the release of JLA Secret Files, JLA #10, JLA Gallery, button set, t-shirt). The folder for which you have a picture is
  • Mobile (1997): All seven "big guns" hanging on a mobile-- really cool.
  • Pin (1997): Given out at conventions and comic stores.
  • Wall Paper Border: Very rare promo ceiling lining with all the JLA members' symbols on it.
  • Retailer incentive poster (1989).
  • JLA: Earth 2 Promotional Bookmark (1999), showing Ultraman.


I'll add to this list only as I confirm a glass's existence.

  • 7-11 Plastic Slurpee Cups (1973): Atom, Green Lantern.
  • Pepsi 1966: Batman.
  • Pepsi 1976: Aquaman • Batman • Batgirl • Flash • Green Arrow • Green Lantern • Penguin • Riddler • Robin • Shazam • Supergirl • Superman • Wonder Woman.
  • Pepsi 1978: Batman • Flash • Robin • Shazam! • Wonder Woman.
  • Justice League of America Mug: Team image (plus Robin)
  • WB Studio Store, JLA Mug: Grant Morrison's JLA flying out at you.
  • WB Studio Store, DC Hero Mugs: Superman • Flash • Green Lantern • Wonder Woman • Batman


  • Board Game from Hasbro (1966).
  • Monopoly (December, 1999). Originally issued with a re-print of Brave and the Bold #28. Playable characters include Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter and Green Arrow. The Atom and Hawkman appear on some of the community chest cards.
  • Chess Set (19??): DC Heroes game available only in Europe.
  • Puzzle (199?): From the WB Store.
  • Hero Dice (2000?) : From the DC Roleplaying Game.
  • DC Role Playing Game Components: Includes the Main Rulebook (containing an "iffy" timeline), a Storytellers screen, hero dice, a poster and a small guide. Other components include: The Metropolis Sourcebook, Planet Guide To Metropolis, JLA Sourcebook, Gotham City Sourcebook, Planet Guide To Gotham City, Golden Age Sourcebook, Magic Sourcebook, Directive on Superpowers.
  • Fleer/Skybox Justice League OverPower Card Game (1997).
  • Justice League Task Force video game for Super NES and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (1995) was a tournament fighting game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and published by Acclaim.
  • Justice League Unlimited: Halls of Injustice. Cartoonnetwork.com made this offline, full-screen game downloadable for $19.95. "Play as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman! Make strategic use of twelve other JLU members! Fifteen challenging battlefields!"
  • DC Heroes Role-Playing Game by Mayfair Games was supported by many "sourcebooks," a bunch of which had JLA-related material. Both the original 1985 boxed set and the 1989 second edition included write-ups of most of the Justice League as of that time, with liberal use of artwork by José Luis García-López. Mayfair lost the license in 1993. Some modules were:
    • A 1985 adventure module called Siege, by Jerry Epperson and Craig Patterson
    • 1987 Justice League International adventure called When a Stranger Calls, by Ray Winninger (with a Kevin Maguire cover)
    • 1990 Justice League Sourcebook, also by Ray Winninger with a cover by Kevin Maguire and Joe Rubinstein.  This was a pretty robust work despite the hassle of getting DC approval for everything.
    • the 1992 Justice League Europe adventure Come On Down! by Winninger and Jack Barker
    • 1992 multi-part adventure World in the Balance by Mike Moe & Beverly Hale.

Justice League Animated Cartoon: Toys & Action Figures

» SEE ALSO: DC Direct Merchandise

4.75" Action Figures (Mattel)

Batman • The Flash • Green Lantern • Martian Manhunter • HawkgirlSilver Storm Hawkgirl • Superman • Mega Armor SupermanMorph-Gear SupermanSilver Storm SupermanWonder WomanMorph Gear Ultra-Humanite

Cyber Trakkers Figures (Mattel)

Martian Manhunter vs. BlazebotThe Flash vs Slobot • Green Lantern vs. Amberbot • Superman Vs Kryptobot

10" Action Figures (Mattel)

Aquaman • Batman • The Flash • Green Lantern • Hawkgirl • Martian Manhunter • Superman • Wonder Woman2-Pack (Batman/Green Lantern)2-Pack (Superman/Flash) • 2-Pack (Batman/Wonder Woman)

Mission Vision Figures (Mattel)

All new figures featuring Mission Vision. Each figure is equipped with different weapons and armor outfitted for a different mission against evil. To let kids view the unique mission each figure includes a lenticular card depicting the mission at hand. New for 2004 the figures include additional articulation in elbows and knees.


Non-Mattel Miscellaneous

Justice League Unlimited Cartoon: Toys & Action Figures

4.75" Action Figures (Mattel)

Each figure is equipped with a unique accessory. All figures include six points of articulation including knees, elbows, etc.

Amazo • The AtomAtom-Smasher • Aztek • BatmanBattle Damaged Batman • Batman with Batarang • Batman with Jet Pack • Brainiac • Copperhead • Dr. FateBattle Damaged FlashFlashGreen Arrow • Motorcycle Green Arrow • Green Lantern • Hawk • Battle Damaged Hawkgirl • Hawkgirl • Invisible Martian Manhunter • Metamorpho • Red Tornado • Rocket Red • Starman • SteelSupergirlSupermanBattle Damaged Superman • Cyber Defenders Superman • Superman with Black Mercy • Superman with Breath • 12-inch Sonic Zoom Superman • Vigilante • Wonder Woman

10" Action Figures (Mattel)

Atom • Green Arrow • Hawkgirl • Superman • Aquaman • Batman • Wonder Woman • Martian Manhunter

Action Figure 3-Packs (Mattel)

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

  • The Flash, Green Lantern and Atom Smasher
  • Superman, Martian Manhunter & Booster Gold
  • Wonder Woman, Hawk & Dove

Series 4

  • Metamorpho, Batman & Wildcat
  • Sinestro, Superman & Aztek
  • Hawkgirl, Flash & Waverider

Series 5

  • Black Canary, Superman & Green Arrow
  • Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter & Orion
  • Wonder Woman, Batman & Bizarro

Wave 2

  • Superman, Aquaman & Dr. Light
  • Hawkgirl, Dr. Fate & Vixen
  • Martian Manhunters

Wave 3

  • John Stewart, Tomar Re & Kilowog
  • Lex Luthor, Mirror Master & Copperhead

Wave 4

  • Green Lantern Corp. (Kyle Raynor, Katma Tui & Arkis Chummuck)
  • Justice Lords (Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern & Flash)
  • Episode 460 (Batman, Shining Knight & Zatanna)

Further, unnumbered series

  • Wonder Woman, Superman, Brainiac
  • Justice Lords (Superman, Batman & Wonder Woman)
  • 3-Pack Justice Lords (Superman, Batman & Hawkgirl)
  • Blackhawk, Superman, Wonder Woman
  • Green Lantern, Fire, Ice
  • Wonder Woman, Flash, the Question
  • Batman, Amanda Waller, General Eiling

Action Figure 6-Packs (Mattel)

  • 6-Pack with Exclusive Doomsday

Mini Die-Cast Metal Figures (Mattel)

Mini Action Figure 3-Packs (Mattel)

  • John Stewart, Tomar-Re, Kilowog
  • Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman (from the Perfect World Episode)
  • Lex Luthor, Copperhead, Mirror Master

Accessories/Misc. (Mattel)

Music + Audio

  • Songs and Stories of the Justice League Record (see scan of back side). This record was sold in 1968 and 1975, by Power Records. This 12" (45 rpm) record featured Superman, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, Metamorpho — and Spider-Man! Different Plastic Man and Metamorpho records were relased seperately on 7" (33 rpm; the B-sides were just a stock ad for upcoming records). Their adventures are called "Invasion of the Plastic Men" and "Fumo, the Fire Giant." Power Records released a total of nine Batman stories, 12 Superman, and 5(??) Wonder Woman stories. These audio stories were repackaged many times and varied in quality.
  • Fisher Price story tape JLA "The Lunar Invaders"  (1981). This was part of a four-book series from Fisher-Price (1982). The JLA story in the series was written by Marv Wolfman; the others are Batman and Robin in "The Case of the Laughing Sphinx"; Superman in "From Krypton to Metropolis; and Wonder Woman in "Cheetah on the Prowl." The Justice League voice cast features DC staff Andrew Helfer and Allan Asherman.
  • Show 'N Tell Picturesound Program: DC Super Heroes: The Justice League in Cleaning up Pollution (1983)
    This corny record pits the JLA against the Polluter. It also comes with a filmstrip which, when inserted into the special player, plays a slideshow along with the record (see the link). The story features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern & Red Tornado.
  • "The Darkseid Saga" 7-inch record (1984). A six-minute Super Powers story with Superman and Batman fighting Darkseid and his minions. Distributed as a mail-away promotion along with the Steppenwolf figure.
  • Kingdom Come audiobook (Time Warner/Hachette, 1996). Based on the Elliot S! Maggin novelization.
  • GraphicAudio audiobooks. This company did full-cast audio dramatizations of several DC sagas, including Infinite Crisis in 2007, and Crisis on Infinite Earths in 2009. The latter was based on Marv Wolfman's novelization and departs somewhat from the comic. They also produced Countdown and Final Crisis and others.
  • Total Justice CD,  "The Ultimate Weapon" (Rhino 1998)
  • There used to be a band called "Justice League."
  • Justice League Radio Stations: League of Justice, and Justice League Records Radio.
    These radio stations are free services of mp3.com, where one can create his own Internet radio and broadcast any songs on his computer that he wants. Some people choose themes (rap, metal, superhero music, t.v. themes, etc.), and some people just play random junk. These two radio stations are named after the Justice League. There were the two Justice League tracks available for download from mp3.com (prank calls).


  • DC heroes postcard book (1981): Book with over a hundred postcards in it with the JLA (along with a Superman coloring book).
  • George Pérez postcards (1984): This fantastic set of Justice League postcards was sealed in a set of 15. Beware: the original sealed sets do not include the Batman card. For some reason, this card was sent later to dealers, then offered to buyers along with the set of 15. I didn't know this and bought mine for $35 without Batman.
  • Kevin Maguire postcards (1989): 13 JLI postcards depicting current members and G'nort.
  • JLA Postcards collection (1998): Various artists.

Posters, Retail and Promotional

Please let me know if you've seen other promotional posters being issued.

» SEE ALSO: DC Direct Posters


These posters were issued to promote upcoming comic books:

  • DC One Million: "The 853rd Century is Here!"
  • JLA: Year One: large promo poster
  • JLA: Year One: smaller promo poster made for putting over door like a banner
  • JLA: "They are the stuff of Legend. Join Them," by Tom Mandrake
  • JLA #14: "Who will join the team??" by John Dell
  • JLA: Strength in Numbers trade paperback
  • JLA Heaven's Ladder
  • JLA: World Without Grownups
  • JLA/Wildcats promo poster
  • Justice League #1 (1987): Cover of the first issue
  • Justice League Sourcebook
  • JLA: A League of One by Christopher Moelle


  • Justice League Animated Giclee Prints 2005. These limited edition giclee prints were from Clampett Studios as part of the "Justice League of America Unites" series. One each for the seven charter members. Made in a limited edition of 50, hand-numbered and signed by Bruce Timm. 13.5" x 10.5"
  • In The Light of Justice 2005. Giclee Print by Clampett Studio. Painted by Alex Ross, limited edition of 100. Printed on canvas and available only at special events. "In the Light of Justice" was originally created as a triptych, which each of the three panels featured as cover art for Wizard Magazine. Under Ross’s supervision, the three images were digitally united to create the final image. Each piece is hand-numbered and is signed by Alex Ross. Also available in a paper edition.
  • The Perfect Alliance 2005. Giclee Print on Canvas by Clampett Studio. Painting by Alex Ross. Ltd. edition of 100. 17 ¼ H x 26 ¼ W. A gatefold image taken from “The World’s Greatest Super Heroes. Also available in a paper edition.
  • Guardians of Justice 2004. Giclee Print on Canvas by Clampett Studio. Painting by Alex Ross. Ltd. Edition of 500. 26 ½” H X 18 ½” W. Justice League Unlimited poster.
  • The Power of Seven 2004. Giclee print by Clampett Studio Collections. Edition of 100. 16” H x 11 ½” W. This piece is further enhanced with the use of hand-inked shadow detail. The background, including the shields, is a . Highlighted in this piece are each superhero’s shield.
  • JLA: Secret Origins 2003. Giclee print by Clampett Studio Collections. Painted by Alex Ross, assembled from individual hero posters. Ltd. edition of 250. Hand-signed by Alex Ross.
  • Justice League Animated Series Poster 2001. From DC Direct; $7.95.
  • JLA/Titans: Oversized poster featuring the tryptich of covers from that series.
  • Wizard #75 Poster: Contains a free poster of the pre-Crisis JLA, up through Zatanna. Also made available by the WB Store as...
  • Arena of Heroes, by Alex Ross: The pre-Crisis JLA, up through Zatanna. A much larger format ($400). Take a spin around the Alex Ross gallery.
  • Wizard #77 Poster: Contains a free poster of the JLA giving homeless people presents and food for Christmas. Drawn in the "Adventures" style.
  • Wizard #? Poster: Featuring "Year One" JLA and present JLA.
  • DC's Heavy Hitters, by Alex Ross: Features heroes who (at the time) starred in their own books. Visit Alex Ross' own gallery.
  • The Original Seven, by Alex Ross (2000): Visit Alex Ross' own gallery.
  • JLA Portraits: by Alex Ross. Individual portraits of the original Leaguers. Visit Alex Ross' own gallery.

T-Shirts & Clothing

  • Silver Age JLA's Shield Logo.
  • Embroidered Silver Age Shirt: From the WB Store. Has the 1960s JLA standing in a line on the back of it, and the JLA logo on the front pocket. It was also made into a sweatshirt (very limited run).
  • Embroidered Brave & Bold Shirt: Depicts the JLA members as embroidered buttons and has words on chest telling of first appearance of JLA in Brave and the Bold.
  • Giffen Alumni: With Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, G'nort etc., balancing on a stack of books.
  • Black Morrison-era JLA Shirt: With the "big seven," smiling.
  • DC One Million: Shirt pictures the 853rd century JLA.
  • Justice League Animated, Group Flying T-Shirt (October 2002): Manufacturer: Changes. Blue shirt with Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter flying off to fight the good fight.
  • Justice League Animated, Logo Hat (December 2002): Drew Pearson Marketing. This red, white and blue hat features the Justice League logo on the front. The hat has a velcro strap to adjust to any hat size.
  • George Pérez for the Pittsburg Comicon 2007.

Video + DVD

Warner Home Video

  • Super Friends, Season One. 2-disc set of 16 episodes Includes exclusive commentaries, biographies, documentary "Saturday, Sleeping Bags & Super Friends", and retrospective.
  • Super Friends, Volume Two. All 16 episodes from the 1978 run of the show featuring Zan & Jayna.
  • Challenge of the Super Friends: Attack of the Legion of Doom (2003). The first four episodes of the 1978 "Legion of Doom" season.
  • Challenge of the Super Friends: United They Stand. Contains four more episodes from the "Legion of Doom" season.
  • Challenge of the Super Friends: The First Season (2004). Contains the entire season which featured the Legion of Doom.
  • Justice League: Season One (DC Comics Classic Collection, 2006)
  • Justice League: Season Two (DC Comics Classic Collection, 2006)
  • Justice League: Secret Origins (2002). Contains the first three episodes of the animated series.
  • Justice League: Paradise Lost (2003) $19.98. Contains "Paradise Lost" 2-parter and "War World" 2-parter.
  • Justice League: Justice on Trial (2003) $19.98. Contains "In Blackest Night" 2-parter and "The Enemy Below" 2-parter.
  • Justice League: The Brave and the Bold. Contains "The Brave and the Bold" 2-parter and "Injustice for All" 2-parter.
  • Justice League: Star Crossed. Contains the three-part episode that concluded the second season.
  • Justice League Unlimited: Season One (DC Comics Classic Collection, 2006)
  • Justice League Unlimited: Season Two (DC Comics Classic Collection, 2007)
  • Justice League Unlimited: Saving the World (2005). Contains "Initiation," "Hawk and Dove" and "Kids? Stuff." $14.97


  • 3-Ring Binder (1996).
  • Calendar (1976). You can see it here!
  • Calendar (2003). With J.L. Animated images. By Meadwesvaco. Released June 2002.
  • Collector's plate (198?): This JLA plate is numbered 6 of 6 in the DC Super Heroes Series.
  • Collector's plate: The first plate (which I didn't care for) depicts Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Aquaman. $35.
  • Collector's plate: Illustrated by Alex Ross. It features the seven original pre-Crisis Justice League in a radial design. $35.
  • Collector's plate: This "sculpted" plate measures 8 inches and depicts the JLA in ceramic relief. Features Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Batman & Flash.
  • Collector's plate: Illustrated by Alex Ross. It features a Christmas scene with lots of different Leaguers. (See the back side here.)
  • DC Heroes Metal Figurines Collection: There are two series sold at the WB Store.
  • DC One Million JLA Passport card: A laminated promo card with the 853rd century JLA on it; looks like a backstage pass.
  • Eyeglass case: From the WB Store.
  • Hot Wheels: 11 Cars — Batman (2), Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Flash (2), Justice League (2), Villains. Read the press release or see here.
  • JLI buttons: Set of four; this one with the Justice League America logo
  • Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Boxes: Four different boxes-- Superman, Batman, Heroes I & Heroes II.
  • Pin Set (1997): Set of pins in a case with all of the JLA members faces on them.
  • Promotional package (1997): A manilla folder for the JLA month in September, 1997. Includes JLA #10, the JLA t-shirt, JLA pin set and JLA Gallery.
  • Justice League Animated Snowglobe (2002): Sculpted by Sam Greenwell. Batman, Wonder Woman and The Flash are enclosed in the center of the globe, while Superman, Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl surround the base. Green Lantern is prepared to take charge, flying into action to help save the world! This porcelain snowglobe features green-tinted water displaying Green Lantern's energy bubble. 5-1/2" H x 3-3/4" W x 5" D. Packaged in a 4-color box.
  • Stickers: Wizard #82 contains a sheet of stickers with a headshot of each of the JLA's 16 members.
  • Stamp Album
  • Stamp Album from Pepsi-Cola (1976). The cover reads: "The Superman DC Super-Hero STAMP ALBUM," and features Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman & Captain Marvel. The inside cover reads: " A Product of Celebrity Stamps INC. Monsey NY."
  • Super Friends Tablecloth (197?)
  • Wall Clock, Justice League Animated. 9" clock, with a black frame and hands.