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DC Universe Classics
Wave Two
Gorilla Grodd

DC Universe Classics Series Two Group
Aquaman (Classic)
Aquaman
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: More Fun Comics #72 (November 1941)
  • Real Name: Arthur Curry; Orin
  • Occupation: Former Monarch
  • Base of Operations: Sub Diego; the Oceans of the World
  • Special Abilities: Breathe underwater at incredible depths, super strong, swims at tremendous speeds, communicates with and controls undersea creatures.
Biography:

Found abandoned, Prince Orin of Atlantis was raised in the ways of the surface world and renamed by lighthouse keeper Arthur Curry. But in the water was where young Arthur truly thrived. In adulthood, he took the name Aquaman and used his aquatic abilities to patrol the seven seas. The aquatic avenger’s renown soon earned him a place among the newly assembled Justice League of America.

Collect and Connect Part: Right Arm

Accessories: Trident

Aquaman Modern Variant
Aquaman
Modern Variant
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: More Fun Comics #72 (November 1941)
  • Real Name: Arthur Curry; Orin
  • Occupation: Former Monarch
  • Base of Operations: Sub Diego; the Oceans of the World
  • Special Abilities: Breathe underwater at incredible depths, super strong, swims at tremendous speeds, communicates with and controls undersea creatures.
Biography:

Found abandoned, Prince Orin of Atlantis was raised in the ways of the surface world and renamed by lighthouse keeper Arthur Curry. But in the water was where young Arthur truly thrived. In adulthood, he took the name Aquaman and used his aquatic abilities to patrol the seven seas. The aquatic avenger’s renown soon earned him a place among the newly assembled Justice League of America.

Collect and Connect Part: Right Arm

Accessories: Trident

Black Manta
Black Manta
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Aquaman (First Series) #35 (September 1967)
  • Real Name: Unknown
  • Occupation: Super-villain
  • Base of Operations: Devil’s Deep
  • Special Abilities: Above-average strength; relies on various aquatic vehicles and high-tech arsenals.
Biography:

Black Manta engages in undersea crime in an attempt to conquer the world beneath the waves. However, Aquaman thwarts Black Manta at every turn, a conflict that has led to Black Manta’s murder of Aquaman’s infant son. Tiring of his constant defeats, Black Manta sold his soul to the demon Neron for greater power and was thus transformed into a true denizen of the deep.

Collect and Connect Part: Left Leg

Accessories: Trident, Gun

Firestorm Classic (Ronnie Raymond)
Firestorm
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Firestorm #1 (First Series) (March 1978)
  • Real Name: Ronnie Raymond
  • Occupation: Super Hero
  • Base of Operations: JLA Watchtower On The Moon
  • Special Abilities: Firestorm is able to fly and fire atomic blasts capable of rearranging inorganic matter at the molecular level.
Biography:

High school student Ronnie Raymond and physicist Martin Stein found themselves bonded at the atomic level when a terrorist bomb blew up Stein’s lab. Able to rearrange matter at the molecular level, Raymond and Stein’s united alter ego Firestorm battled injustice. While Ronnie was the physical body, Stein provided sage counsel and scientific advice as a disembodied spirit.

Collect and Connect Part: Right Leg

Accessories: 2 Atomic blasts

Firestorm - Modern Variant (Jason Rusch)
Firestorm
Modern Variant (Jason Rusch)
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Firestorm #1 (July 2004)
  • Real Name: Jason Rusch
  • Occupation: Super Hero, College Student
  • Base of Operations: Detroit
  • Special Abilities: Transmutes inorganic matter into anything, absorbs radiation, flies, can hurl concussive fusion-blasts.
Biography:

When a mortally wounded Firestorm (Ronnie Raymond) fell from the sky, he cascaded Jason Rusch in atomic energies. Jason thus bonded with the "Firestorm Matrix" and gained the ability to fuse his body with others. Eventually, Jason merged with Professor Martin Stein, original host of the Firestorm Matrix to carry on the mantle and mission of Firestorm.

Collect and Connect Part: Right Leg

Accessories: 2 Atomic blasts

Harley Quinn
Harley Quinn
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Batman: Harley Quinn #1 (October 1999)
  • Real Name: Dr Harleen Quinzel
  • Occupation: Former Psychiatrist, Professional Criminal
  • Base of Operations: Gotham City
  • Special Abilities: Above average intelligence, strength and stamina, hand-to-hand combat skills, gymnastic skills, wicked sense of humor.
Biography:

An Arkham Asylum psychiatrist assigned to treat The Joker, Dr. Harleen Quinzel was instead driven mad by the Clown Prince of Crime and helped him escape. Nearly as insane as The Joker himself, Harley Quinn is a violent and unpredictable felon who will do anything to prove her love and loyalty to The Joker, her beloved.

Collect and Connect Part: Head and Torso

Accessories: Large Hammer, Pop Gun

Superman Blue
Superman Blue
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Action Comics #1 (June 1938)
  • Real Name: Clark Kent; Kal-El
  • Occupation: Super Hero; Reporter for The Daily Planet
  • Base of Operations: Metropolis
  • Special Abilities: Travel at light-speed via bolts of energy, able to see radiation wavelengths, change his appearance, create tractor beams, repulsing energy fields, or fuel a "power-punch"
Biography:

Superman’s awesome abilities were sapped completely by the star-consuming Sun-Eater! An attempt to reinstate his superpowers transformed the Man of Steel into two energy beings: The rational Superman Blue and the hotheaded Superman Red! Eventually, the equal-but-opposite Supermen were merged following a battle with the Millennium Giants. As the single Superman absorbed rays of Earth’s yellow Sun, he was restored to his superpowered-self.

Collect and Connect Part: Left Arm

Accessories: 2 electrical discharges

Superman Red
Superman Red
Statistics:
  • First Appearance: Action Comics #1 (June 1938)
  • Real Name: Clark Kent; Kal-El
  • Occupation: Super Hero; Reporter for The Daily Planet
  • Base of Operations: Metropolis
  • Special Abilities: Travel at light-speed via bolts of energy, able to see radiation wavelengths, change his appearance, create tractor beams, repulsing energy fields, or fuel a "power-punch"
Biography:

Superman’s awesome abilities were sapped completely by the star-consuming Sun-Eater! An attempt to reinstate his superpowers transformed the Man of Steel into two energy beings: The rational Superman Blue and the hotheaded Superman Red! Eventually, the equal-but-opposite Supermen were merged following a battle with the Millennium Giants. As the single Superman absorbed rays of Earth’s yellow Sun, he was restored to his superpowered-self.

Collect and Connect Part: Left Arm

Accessories: 2 electrical discharges

Gorilla Grodd (Collect and Connect)
Gorilla Grodd
Collect and Connect
*Statistics:
  • First Appearance: The Flash #106 (May 1959)
  • Real Name: Grodd
  • Occupation: Super-villain
  • Base of Operations: Gorilla City
  • Special Abilities: Superhuman (supersimian) physical attributes, vast psionic powers including transference of his consciousness, psychokinesis, telepathy, mind control, psychic blasts, and matter manipulation. Genius level intellect with knowledge of technology beyond the development of human civilization.
*Biography:

Gorilla Grodd is a hyper-intelligent telepathic super-villain with the power to control the minds of others. At one time he was nothing more than an average ape, but after an alien spacecraft crashed in his African home, Grodd and his troop were imbued with super-intelligence by the ship’s pilot.



*Information from the Wikipedia.
Release Date: March 2008