Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mars Needs Merchandise!



Tomorrow is Black Friday, so I thought it would be a good idea to start collecting all the great Martian Manhunter related merchandise under one easy to visit banner, for your Christmas shopping needs. I'll also try to spotlight a lot more items than usual over the next month...

Action Figures

Activity Books

Apparel

Bookmarks

Candy & Prizes

Collector's Plates

Commercials

Costumes



Figurines

Foreign Editions

Games

Glasses & Mugs

Greeting Cards

Jewelery

Magazines

Magnets



Martian Sightings: Solicitations
2001: 11/01
2007: 11/07, 12/07
2008: 1/08, 2/08, 3/08 (1), 3/08 (2), 4/08, 5/08, 6/08, 7/08, 9/08
2009: 2/09, 3/09, 4/09, 5/09, 6/09, 7/09, 8/09, 9/09, 10/09, 11/09, 12/09
2010: 1/10, 2/10, 3/10, 4/10, 5/10, 6/10, 7/10, 8/10, 9/10, 10/10, 11/10, 12/10
2011: 1/11, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11, 8/11, 9/11, 10/11, 11/11, 12/11
2012: 1/12, 2/12

Mini-Comics

Point of Purchase/Merchandising Displays

Postcards

Posters/Prints/Wall Scrolls

Sculptures (Busts, Statues, etc.)


Trading Cards

Universe Retro Argentinian Detective Martiano Trading Card
1966 Comic Book Foldees Card #15 (Topps)
1989 Mayfair Games DC Heroes Martian Manhunter Character Card
1991 Impel DC Comics Cosmic Cards #121: Martian Manhunter
1993 Justice League Task Force Official Membership Card
1993 Skybox DC Cosmic Teams Cards #43: Bloodwynd
1994 Skybox Superman: Man of Steel Platinum Series Card #40

1996 DC Outburst: Firepower
#04: Martian Manhunter by Chris Renaud
#75: Martian Manhunter by Chris Renaud

1997 Fleer/Skybox Justice League (JLA) Overpower Collectable Card Game

2004 Post Cereal Justice League Trading Card #5 of 7: Martian Manhunter (s04)

2005 Upper Deck VS System Collectible Card Game: Despero- Master of the Third Eye

2007 Alfajor Maxi Max Cookies DC Super Heroes Cartas De Poder

2007 Rittenhouse Archives DC Legacy Card #21: Martian Manhunter

2007 Rittenhouse Archives DC Legacy Sketch Cards

2009 Rittenhouse Justice League of America Archives Sketch Card by Tone Rodriguez

Current as of 11/25/11

6 comments:

Sarah The Anime Librarian said...

I adore the Gotham By Gaslight custom figure. J'onn as a sherlock Holmes just feels so great: why the heck they never thought of that as an Elseworlds idea I will never know. I think you commented recently how J'onn always ended up in the worst or lamest roles in alternitive world stories. I would have loved an alternitive story that finally gave J'onn the spotlight.

Frank Lee Delano said...

Well, part of the problem is that DC Comics is Detective Comics. Usually, Bruce Wayne gets to be Sherlock Holmes. Barring that, J'Onn stands in line behind the entire Batman family, Hawkman, Elongated Man, Green Arrow, Dr. Mid-Nite, etc.

Instead, never being popular enough to rate his own Elseworlds, or even a large enough fanbase to raise over much fuss, J'Onn is always the sacrificial lamb. Fire makes for a dramatic death, and the tension is wratched up, as the fans go, "awww, not J'Onn! Why? Why?!? Get 'em Superman/Batman!"

As you said though-- that is a darned fine figure. I loves it lots!

Luke said...

Dude, tell me you have seen this shirt, from the new Previews!

http://www.progressiveruin.com/images/p375mmshirt.jpg

DUDE!

Frank Lee Delano said...

I did see this, and I did expect monkeys to begin flying out of my butt at the sheer shock of its existence. It will be mine, and the wealth of other Manhunter merch will prompt a return to "Martian Sightings," at least for December...

james burns said...

Instead, never being popular enough to rate his own Elseworlds, or even a large enough fanbase to raise over much fuss, J'Onn is always the sacrificial lamb. Fire makes for a dramatic death, and the tension is wratched up, as the fans go Temporary Skyboxes

Diabolu Frank said...

I realize that whole comment was a set-up for the ad, but I have to acknowledge that the machines are winning so that I'm looked upon favorably by our computer overlords.