CLASSIC MODERN JLA LINEUP FROM DC DIRECT #444 of 1150 MADESUPERMAN WONDER WOMAN BATMAN GREEN LANTERN AQUAMAN FLASH MARTIAN MANHUNTER PLASTIC MAN The Justice League of America is one of the greatest titles in the history of comics. The Silver Age was starting to gather steam with the success of the Flash and Green Lantern when DC decided to go back to the team concept first established in All Star Comics with the Justice Society of America. As the years went by the team managed to go through quite a few incarnations. At the turn of the century they found what many consider to be their greatest success with a new line up featuring the traditional seven, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter and Aquaman and added Plastic Man. The team was a massive hit with fans. DC Direct celebrated the team's popularity with this fantastic looking set of bookends. On one side sits Plastic Man, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Batman. the other holds Superman, The Martian Manhunter, Flash and Green Lantern (Kyle version). Sculpted by William Paquet, the set offered today comes with it's original box. The certificate is missing. The number on the base of the bookend is #444 of the 1150 made. At the time of it's release, the set retailed for $299.95. The bookends will be shipped in their original box. It weighs over 5 lbs and will sent cushioned and re-packed in a surrounding box. International bidders please contact for shipping estimate. The itme will be shipped via ground UPS with delivery confirmation, unless you request otherwise. All books ship insured through UPS. We are not responsible for loss or damage to uninsured packages. Foreign bidders are more than welcome. However, we will cannot understate the value of the item on the customs declaration. If this is unacceptable to you, please do not bid. We can combine shipping with other sales if asked. MD and PA residents must add applicable sales tax.
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