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When many collectors think of vintage action figures based on DC Comics characters, they immediately turn their attention to Mego. While Mego can easily be considered the Holy Grail of superhero action figures, there is another beloved toy line featuring World Greatest Super-Heroes-Kenners Super Powers Collection. Unlike their much taller Mego counterparts, Super Powers line was sculpted on a smaller 3 3 / 4-inch scale, same size that Kenner used with their wildly successful Star Wars Action figure line. Super Powers figures were designed using all-Plastic bodies and offer decent articulation for time. The first series in Collection made its debut in 1984 and consists of 12 figures, three vehicles, and one playset. Kenner populate their initial release with some of DCs most iconic characters, including Superman, Batman, Joker, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman. The initial wave proved to be quite popular with consumers, allowing Kenner to release a second series of 10 figures in 1985. Lesser known characters like Red Tornado, Firestorm, and Dr. Fate were joined by Green Arrow, Darkseid and other Fourth World characters by DC artist Jack King Kirby, like Dessad and Steppenwolf. The third and final wave in the Super Powers Collection was released in 1986. Among ten figures released to the public were Cyborg from DCs ' popular New Teen Titans comic book series, Plastic Man, and Shazam!. There was even a mail-away offer for Clark Kent Action figure. With the Super Powers line, Kenner wanted to emphasize the Action in Action figure, and that just what the company does. In addition to limited joint articulation, each figure was endowed with unique superpower that children could activate while playing. For example, squeezing Supermans legs together activates his Power Action Punch while pressing Aquamans arms together activates his Power Action Deep Sea Kick. Even action figures in Kenners Star Wars line didnt boast these features! To add more play options, Kenner developed several complementary stand-alone vehicles and a Hall of Justice playset. Well-receive versions of Batmobile and Batcopter were joined by some odder selections, including Supermans Supermobile, Delta Probe One, and Justice Jogger. DC Comics supports Kenners toy lines with a series of product tie-ins that contain Super Powers Collection branding, including lunchboxes, clothing, bedsheets, coloring books, and more. From an advertising perspective, many fans were first introduced to toy line via a series of ads placed into DCs comic book titles. After a short three-year run, Super Powers Collection was cancel in 1986. Kenners ' innovative use of characters in the DC Universe produces a total of 34 action figures, eight vehicles, one playset, and one carrying case. Line remain highly seek after One with collectors, even today. Ed Lute is an educator, geek, and freelance writer. He is a fan of comic books and vintage comic books based on action figures and lives in southern New Jersey with his family. Special thanks to Brian Adams of Cool & collect for supplying the photo used in this article!

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History

Series 2 - 1985

Green Arrow (SuperPowers Figure)Red Tornado (SuperPowers Figure)Dr. Fate (SuperPowers Figure)Martian Manhunter (SuperPowers Figure)Firestorm (SuperPowers Figure)
Darkseid (SuperPowers Figure)Steppenwolf (SuperPowers Figure)Kalibak (SuperPowers Figure)Parademon (SuperPowers Figure)Desaad (SuperPowers Figure)

As unlikely as it may seem, that situation executives at Kenner toy company were facing in 1984. With George Lucas insisting that 1983s Return of Jedi would be the last Star Wars feature film for yearsif not everinterest, in companies ' expansive toy line based on Space Saga was beginning to fade. At the same time, sales of Mattels He-Man and Hasbros GI Joe lines remain brisk. Kenner was looking at a future without a franchise. To improve their forecast, company look to another modern mythology: DC Comics. The publisher had a character library spanning five decades, animated Show, and dozens of monthly comics to maintain awareness of their brand. Amazingly, no one in the toy industry had ever pursued line of 3. 75-inch action figures based on some of the most recognizable fictional heroes ever create. That familiarity led Kenner's Super Powers line to success. But their expansion to include some of DCs lesser-know creations would ultimately be its undoing. From the moment of Supermans debut in 1938, DC Comics has been keenly aware of the value of licensing agreements. In those days, Kryptonite-hating hero was depicted on paper dolls, wooden toys, and fan club tokens. His counterpart, Batman, enjoyed similar success as a brand ambassador, with merchandise for both spiking to coincide with both the 1966s Batman live-Action television Series and the 1978s big-screen version of Superman. In the action figure realm, however, superheroes didnt get a break until Ideal released costumes for their Captain Action line in the 1960s. Their utility player, Captain Action, could be dressed to resemble a number of comic book characters, including Superman and Captain America. Later, Mego company would popularize a line of 8-and 12-inch dolls with soft-cloth costumes that echoed Hasbro's large-scale GI Joes. While the scale was impressive, it made producing accompanying vehicles and playsets tall order. Mego evaporated in 1979, taking their DC offerings along with them. Despite the continued success of Hanna-Barberas Super Friends cartoon, no one had thought to capitalize on characters' popularity with small-scale lines until Kenner reached out. With sales of Star Wars Plastic dwindling, companies that had once marketed Play-Doh and Easy-Bake Oven want another deep bench of action figures. The company's attempt to entice DC with presentation prototype of Captain Marvel stick on stick so he could fly won them the right to produce a full line of action figures. Super Powers draw heavily upon the work of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Spanish artist who illustrated DCs ' widely-referenced Style guide of 1982. Garcia-Lopezs style was spare but familiar, depicting companys characters in a way that made them accessible to licensees, without hard-to-replicate flourishes. Sculptors at Kenner eye Garcia-Lopezs drawings; consumers saw his work on card backs that line retail shelves. When Kenner's Super Powers Action figures hit store shelves in 1984 with 12-figure lineupincluding mandatory Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Womanthey were immediate hit.

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Series 3 - 1986

Shazam (SuperPowers Figure)Cyborg (SuperPowers Figure)Golden Pharaoh (SuperPowers Figure)Cyclotron (SuperPowers Figure)Orion (SuperPowers Figure)
Samurai (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Miracle (SuperPowers Figure)Plastic Man (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Freeze (SuperPowers Figure)Tyr (SuperPowers Figure)
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Tie-ins

DC Comics produces three comic book Mini-series featuring characters from toyline, one during each year of toyline's existence. These comics were separate from the continuity of regular comics featuring characters. Editora Abril likewise published the thirty-seven issue Super Powers comic series, featuring reprints of classic DC stories from that era. Hanna-Barbera also produces two animated series, called SuperFriends: Legendary Super Powers Show and Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians. Warner Home Video used the opportunity to issue episodes of Superman, Batman, Superboy, and Aquaman produced by Filmation in 1966 on Video cassette in 1985 under the Super Powers label, reissuing them again in 1996. Burger King produced a line of cup-holders, available at their Burger King restaurants in 1986. Other tie-in products were produce, including lunchboxes, posters and interactive books. Only Toy line carries Collection tag; all other merchandise would have a solo Super Powers logo. DC Heroes role playing game by Mayfair Games start during this period, and it ties into line as well. Also there were Which Way Books, and many other items. Super Powers products were being released well into the '90s. Toy Biz released knockoff Super Powers line called DC Comics Super Heroes. During this time, McDonald's released a set of four Happy Meal toys which had Looney Tunes as DC Comics Super Heroes. Eventually, rights to use DC Comics characters were again acquired by Kenner, who, this time, focussed on solo Superman and Batman lines, such as Legends of Batman and Superman: Man of Steel. In 1996, Kenner once again set its' sights on the greater DC Universe with a brand new action figure line called Total Justice. In late 2010s, Tweeterhead began making maquette statues for the Super Powers Collection. One of them was the Harley Quinn statue, released in 2017.

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Unproduced figures

Series 2 - 1985

Green Arrow (SuperPowers Figure)Red Tornado (SuperPowers Figure)Dr. Fate (SuperPowers Figure)Martian Manhunter (SuperPowers Figure)Firestorm (SuperPowers Figure)
Darkseid (SuperPowers Figure)Steppenwolf (SuperPowers Figure)Kalibak (SuperPowers Figure)Parademon (SuperPowers Figure)Desaad (SuperPowers Figure)

Scott Fleming of Scooter's Custom Works produced a limited line of Custom Action figures based on Super Powers Collection so far as to print color catalog of his wares advertise in the newspaper Toy Shop in the early 1990s. He hand produces cards in Super Powers style using bubbles from Line to attach figures to cards. When figures from Line appear on eBay, they were speculated to be knock-offs possibly from Mexico until corrected by Julius Marx of Action Figure Insider who clarified Line's history. Some known figures include Batgirl, Catwoman, Kid Flash, Blue Beetle, John Stewart, Atom, Captain Atom, Guy Gardner, Animal Man, Metamorpho, Booster Gold, Black Canary, Nightwing, Aqualad, Speedy, Wonder Girl, Alan Scott, Atom, spectre, Dr. Mid-Nite, Man-Bat, Lobo, Demon, Black Manta, and Supergirl. Marx's figures were number to be of lot of 91 produced.

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Series 3 - 1986

Shazam (SuperPowers Figure)Cyborg (SuperPowers Figure)Golden Pharaoh (SuperPowers Figure)Cyclotron (SuperPowers Figure)Orion (SuperPowers Figure)
Samurai (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Miracle (SuperPowers Figure)Plastic Man (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Freeze (SuperPowers Figure)Tyr (SuperPowers Figure)
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Influence

Okay, so this is probably my favorite figure in the entire assortment, even though it is bit of tongue in cheek nod to a figure that was only released in South America. Yep, Acertijo is Spanish for Riddler and even though he never made to proper Super Powers line, he was released in the southern hemisphere and has been the object of SP chasers for years. Figure is, just like vintage, repaint Green Lantern figure and it is made complete by even having mismatched green plastic below the knees. The card is even completely written in Spanish, so that is a hilarious nod too. Sure, this one wo be for everyone, but I can certainly appreciate direction. If you are going to keep any of these MOC, this should be one.

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Lineup

Mail-away exclusive

FigureAccessoriesDescriptionPower Action
Clark KentClassicPunching Action

Kenner's Super Powers Collection, which boasts little action figures based on superhero characters of DC Comics, made its way into stores in 1984. License needed to produce a series of 3. 75-inch figures model after ever-popular Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and all their Super Friends came to Kenner just as their options for Star Wars toy-which company had produced since 1977-were running out. Return of Jedi, last instalment in the Star Wars franchise, hit theaters in the spring of 1983 and would be the final foray into that fantastic world for the foreseeable future. In order to remain competitive against rival toy makers like Mattel and Hasbro, Kenner needs a strong new product line. By 1984, Mattels Masters of Universe, which hit toy stores in 1982, had become a retail juggernaut. During this same period, Hasbro found success with the new series of GI Joe toys and also Transformers. But comic book-base brand recognition of Super Powers toys soon became a big hit with kids. Now, 30 years later, theyre are valuable collectors ' items to adults, and weve assembled a list of the most expensive Super Powers toys ever.


3 SUPERMAN

Since 1939, when he first appeared on the pages of Action Comics 1, Superman has typically been the square-jawed face of the entire DC Comics line. Next to Batman, no other character in the DC's roster of heroes and villains has featured as prominently or as frequently as the character once described as being faster than speeding bullet and more powerful than locomotive. Now nearly 80 years since his debut, Superman is still one of DC's most popular characters and his toys are typically right near the top of the list, where collectors would expect to find them. Recently, at auction, Superman Super Powers figure still sealed in its original packaging sold for an unsurprising $849.

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Series one

FigureAccessoriesDescriptionPower Action
AquamanTridentClassicDeep Sea Kick
BatmanRemovable capeClassic (yellow oval)Bat Punch
BrainiacRobot formComputer Kick
The Flash (Barry Allen)ClassicLightning Legs
Green Lantern ( Hal Jordan )LanternClassicRing Thrust
HawkmanMace, removable wingsClassicFlight Wings
The JokerMalletClassicMadcap Mallet
Lex LuthorRemovable chest plateBattle armorNuclear Punch
The PenguinUmbrella, removable coattailsClassicUmbrella Arm
Robin ( Dick Grayson )Removable capeClassicKarate Chop
SupermanRemovable capeClassicPunch
Wonder WomanLassoClassicDeflector Bracelets

Series three

FigureAccessoriesDescriptionPower Action
CyborgDrill hand, claw handClassicThrusting Arms
CyclotronRemovable face/chestplateCreated for Super PowersCyclo-spin
Golden PharaohStaffCreated for Super PowersSoaring Wings
Mr. FreezeRemovable domeCold-blast Punch
Mr. MiracleRemovable cape, shacklesClassicWrist Lock Escape
OrionSuper Powers redesignAstro-punch and Changing
Plastic ManClassicStretching Neck
SamuraiSword, removable vestSuper FriendsGale-force Spin
Shazam! ( Captain Marvel )Removable capeClassicThunder Punch
TyrFiring gun-handClassicRocket Launch

Series two

FigureAccessoriesDescriptionPower Action
DarkseidRemovable capeClassicRaging Motion
DesaadRemovable "skirt"ClassicShock Squeeze
Doctor FateRemovable capeClassicMystic Spell Cast
FirestormClassicAtomic Punch
Green ArrowBow, 3 arrowsClassicArchery Pull
KalibakBeta-clubSuper Powers redesignBeta-club Swing
MantisSuper Powers redesignPincer Thrust
Martian ManhunterRemovable capeClassicMartian Punch
ParademonGunSuper Powers redesignBattle Flight
Red TornadoRemovable capeClassicTornado Twist
SteppenwolfSuper Powers redesignElectro-Axe Chop

Table

FigureAccessoriesDescriptionPower Action
Riddler (El Acertijo)ClassicSuper Punch (Super Golpe de Mano)
Captain Ray (El Capitan Rayo/Captain Lightning)Created for Super Heroes Collection
Abominable Snowman (Hombre de las Nieves)Created for Super Heroes Collection
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Foreign production

Table

CompanyTerritory Notes
Kenner Products (Canada) Ltd.Headquartered in Toronto, Canada. Beginning in 1984 they produced figures under the Super Powers Collection/Collection De Super Puissants brand on bi-lingual (English/French) cards. These cards also saw distribution in Australia and New Zealand .
Lili LedyHeadquartered in Mexico. Beginning in 1985 they produced (locally) the first wave of figures and a toy (Lex-Soar 7) under the "Super Poderes Coleccion" brand.These cards and the booklet are printed in Spanish languaje.
Parker, Palitoy , Clipper, General Mills JuguetesThis consortium of four Western European toy companies commissioned the manufacture of Super Powers Collection figures on tri-lingual (German/English/Spanish) cards for sale in their respective territories. For a time, GMJ (General Mills Juguetes, SA) had their own distinct cards for Spanish distribution.
Cuick: Pacipa/Play FulBeginning in 1989, Cuick S.A. (Cuik S.A.) of Argentina produced figures under the Coleccion Super Amigos brand for distribution by Pacipa and Play Ful. The line is most notable for the addition of Riddler (El Acertijo) , a character not available in Kenner's domestic lineup.
EstrelaHeadquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil, beginning in 1988 they produced figures (locally) under the Colecao Super Powers brand. Notable because although Kenner's domestic 'series three' figures did not come with mini-comics, at least some of their Estrela counterparts did (Cyborg, Plastic Man, Shazam!).
NiboHeadquartered in Uruguay. Beginning in 1987 they produced figures under the Coleccion Super Powers brand.
Gulliver JuguetesHeadquartered in Brazil, beginning in 1987 they produced figures for the Colombian market under the Super Powers Collection and Super Heroes Collection brands on bi-lingual (Spanish/English) cards. Most notable for their creation of two unique characters/figures: Captain Ray (El Capitan Rayo, who was spun off into his own collection of 8 figures under the Defensores De La Tierra brand by PM Grupo) and Abominable Snowman (Hombre de las Nieves, who was unique to the Super Heroes Collection brand by Gulliver Juguetes).

Last ast year was full of nasty surprises as ISIS explode, Ebola epidemic rampaged across West Africa and Russia invaded Ukraine. 2015 could be more of the same, but as we try to figure out what the New Year will bring, it is worth taking a step back from headlines to ask who real world powers are. That complicate; ranking countries by power is hard to do. Measure by the destructive capabilities of its nuclear weapons, for example, Russia is as much of a superpower as was the old Soviet Union. But it isnt easy to turn the ability to destroy all life on earth into power to get other countries to recognize your annexation of Crimea. What follows is a highly subjective ranking of G-7, seven great Powers that can rock the world. Weve rank them by their ability to shape both their regional environments and the international system as a whole; among all world countries, these are ones with the most ability to affect global politics by their choices. As New Year unrolls, we will bring out other lists of countries to watch: upper Middle Powers who dont quite rank with G-7 but are still cut above the rest, bellwethers well be watching because, even though they are not huge Powers, what happens there can have outsized impact on world and, finally, critical States who matter to world because their weakness and failures can create significant dangers to rest of US. One thing to note: World institutions increasingly fail to match the realities of world power. Our list of the G-7 group of great Powers doesnt look much like membership of Security Councils list of five permanent members or, for that matter, like the membership list of the original G-7, group of mostly Western countries plus Japan that was intended to provide leadership in global economic policymaking. This is one of the reasons why global institutions so often disappoint; other, of course, is that different great Powers often want different things, and one of the perks of being a great power is that you often dont have to listen to global institutions when you dont want to. The United States has been the most powerful country in the world for close to a century; not surprisingly, 2014 saw no change. If anything, despite renewed geopolitical challenges from countries like Russia and Iran, and continuing economic development of China, America's place at the top of the global pecking order seems more secure at the end of 2014 than at the beginning. In 2014, American power will grow despite some foreign policy errors. There is nothing unusual about that. The ultimate sources of American power-economic dynamism of its culture, pro-business tilt of its political system, its secure geographical location, its rich natural resource base and its profound constitutional stability-dont depend on the whims of political leaders.

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Gentle Giant

In 1984, Kenner began to release one of their extremely popular action figure lines, DC Comics Super Powers Collection! This line includes heroes such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and many, many more. Gentle Giant Ltd. Is proud to announce Wonder Woman Jumbo Figure as the first of this stunning line of retro Figures. This Wonder Woman Jumbo Figure was developed using state of art 3D technology. Gentle Giant Ltd. Has taken the original DC Comics Super Powers Collection Wonder Woman and created a highly accurate digital model with the use of 3D scanners. This digital model was then scaled to 12 inches tall, and then printed using top of line 3D Systems printers. These pieces are then used in manufacturing to produce extremely accurate, scaled replicas. DC Comics Super Powers Collection Jumbo Figures from Gentle Giant Ltd. Will be made from high quality vinyl, and some ABS plastic parts. Many of the figures will also include fabric capes and accessories. Finally, these incredible figures will feature retro art packaging, and come in protective re-sealable blister pack.

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Origin of the line

Series 2 - 1985

Green Arrow (SuperPowers Figure)Red Tornado (SuperPowers Figure)Dr. Fate (SuperPowers Figure)Martian Manhunter (SuperPowers Figure)Firestorm (SuperPowers Figure)
Darkseid (SuperPowers Figure)Steppenwolf (SuperPowers Figure)Kalibak (SuperPowers Figure)Parademon (SuperPowers Figure)Desaad (SuperPowers Figure)

DC Comics awarded license of their characters to Kenner Toys, hot on heels of Mattel's action feature heavy He-Man toy line. Winning license away from Mego Corporation and Mattel with their emphasis on action and art, Kenner devised hidden mechanisms within figures that would trigger action when figures ' legs or arms were squeeze. This emphasis on each figure's super power led to the naming of the line-Super Powers Collection. Each figure in the first two series was also packaged with a mini-comic featuring that character's adventures. Once the line was in full force, a merchandising frenzy took place, with DC Comics and Kenner slapping Super Powers logo on whatever they possibly could. Three series of figures and accessories were release: in 1984, 1985, and 1986. In addition, toy line helped establish mainstream acceptance of artist Jack Kirby's seminal Fourth World characters, particularly Darkseid and his minions. Evidently, Kenner representatives were interested in cosmic line of villains for superhero characters, and Kirby's creations were deemed ideal by them for this purpose. In fact, Kirby was commissioned to design action figures for his characters, such as Darkseid, which resulted in only Kirby directly monetarily benefiting from his comic book creations apart from his work-for-hire wages. Another major comic book creator, George Perez, was similarly commissioned to design an action figure for his character, Cyborg.

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Series 3 - 1986

Shazam (SuperPowers Figure)Cyborg (SuperPowers Figure)Golden Pharaoh (SuperPowers Figure)Cyclotron (SuperPowers Figure)Orion (SuperPowers Figure)
Samurai (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Miracle (SuperPowers Figure)Plastic Man (SuperPowers Figure)Mr. Freeze (SuperPowers Figure)Tyr (SuperPowers Figure)
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A collectible is born

One of coolest things about the 33 action figures in Kenner's Super Powers toyline was that they each display their own unique power action whenever children squeeze down on either figure's arms or legs. Shazam raises his fist in thunder Punch, Wonder Woman brandishes her bullet-deflecting Bracelets, and the head of Plastic Man extends upwards like a freaky-looking periscope. The Super power of Green Arrow figure, least expensive figure on this list of 15 most expensive Super Powers toys, was archery Pull, fitting talent for DC Comics answer to Robin Hood. In addition to mini-comic, this figure also come with accessories like Green Arrows bow and three Arrows. MOC Green Arrow still factory seal in its original packaging recently sold for $197.

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Sources

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