It's time once again for another blog crossover masterminded by The Irredeemable Shag! The subject this time is the 25th anniversary of the release of Kenner's line of DC Comics action figures, the Super Powers Collection. This multi-blog event will be different from those past, however, as the manner in which the topic is addressed has been left up to each individual blogger. Further, several bloggers have decided to stretch their coverage over a string of posts/days, so just keep your eyes peeled for updated links and the above banner.
- The Aquaman Shrine:
Scans of every mini-comic appearance by the Sea King, plus a line overview, creator credits, and various other merchandise.
1984 Super Powers Give-A-Show Projector
SP 25th Batman & Robin Wallpapers
Batman-related spin-off products.
The Penguin toy and comics.
The Joker toy & comics.
Batman, Robin and Riddler toys, comics and vehicles.
- Being Carter Hall:
Hawkman mini-comic appearances reviewed.
Super Powers Collection Puffy Stickers and Album
- Crimson Lightning:
Extensive commentary on the Flash mini-comic.
Coverage and anecdotes about the Flash action figure.
Flash SP TV Commercial.
Classic Covers: Super Powers #2.
Super Powers Collection #4
- Dispatches from the Arrow Cave:
Complete scans and commentary on the Green Arrow mini-comic.
- Doom Patrol:
Red Tornado mini-comic scans and commentary.
- Firestorm Fan:
The Nuclear Man in comics and figures.
- Fortress of Baileytude:
Enormously comprehensive coverage of SP Superman-related items, including large scans of file card art!
- Justice League Detroit:
Colección Super Amigos: Liga de la Justicia de Detroit Bootleg Action Figures
Colección Super Amigos: Vibe
Colección Super Amigos: Vixen
Colección Super Amigos: Zatanna & other Liga de la Justicia de Detroit Mini-Comics
- The Legion Omnicom: A look at the 3rd wave Tyr action figure.
- Love Dat Joker: Extensive commentary on the Clown Prince of Crime's role in the set, including figure photos and complete scans of his appearances from the Batman, Green Lantern, and his eponymous mini-comics.
- ...nurgh...: Critical reviews of every mini-comic, starting with #1-8, then #9-16, and finally #17-23.
- Once Upon a Geek:
Dr. Fate and Blue Devil mini-comics and toys.
Follow-up crossover coverage and supporting blogs links.
- Speed Force: An overview, unproduced Flash figures, and memories.
As for this blog, we'll spend several days going over a variety of subjects, and since this isn't the Idol-Head's first dip in these waters, I thought a whole sub-index was in order...
- Secret Wars of the Super Powers: My personal anecdotes about exposure to the line.
- 1984 Kenner Super Powers Collection Martian Manhunter Commercial
- The 1984 Super Powers Anti-Coloring Book
- Super Powers Collection #14: Martian Manhunter (1984)
- Super Powers Collection #15: Doctor Fate (1984)
- Super Powers Collection #17: Mantis (1984)
- 1985 Super Powers Collection Martian Manhunter Action Figure
- 1985 Super Powers #1 Martian Manhunter Biography
- 1985 Grenadier Models Justice League of America & Adversaries Miniature: Not technically Super Powers, but contemporaneous and featuring the same characters and art.
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