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On Wednesday, smack in the middle of this unofficial JUSTICE WEEK, we gave you an INSIDE LOOK at the new Mego-scaled Super Friends Hall of Justice playset by ace customizer Anthony Durso of The Toyroom.
But what is the Hall of Justice without the Hall of Doom?
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“This was a recent request and I sat through episodes of Challenge of the Super Friends, freeze-framing and taking notes,” Anthony, a 13th Dimension contributor, noted. “There’s really not a lot to go on, other than the legendary Legion of Doom table, and objects appear from frame to frame so it’s as faithful as it can be, considering.”
A few thoughts:
— Back in the day, Mego made only one villain who was in the Legion of Doom — the Riddler. Of course, the entire line-up — except for Giganta — is now available as modern Mego-style figures. So you too can futilely plot world domination.
— Like yesterday, this is a really good time to remind you of The World’s Greatest Super Friends Podcast, hosted by John S. Drew and yours truly. We go ep by ep and we’re about halfway through Season 1. (Click here.)
— As I mentioned above, it’s unofficial JUSTICE WEEK here at the ol’ 13th Dimension. On Monday, we gave you an INSIDE LOOK at Anthony’s JLA Satellite (click here) and Tuesday it was the JSA Brownstone (click here). Wednesday? The Super Friends Hall of Justice (click here.) We have one more coming Friday. (UPDATED: Here it is! Click here!)
— In addition to the Hall of Doom display, The Toyroom’s sets currently include: The Fortress of Solitude (click here for an INSIDE LOOK), Lex Luthor’s Lair, the Batcave/Wayne Foundation (click here), the 1966 Batcave, the 1966 Batgirl apartment and changing room (click here), the Joker’s Ha-Hacienda (click here), the Riddler’s hideout (click here), Paradise Island, the Green Lantern HQ on Oa, Aquaman’s Aquacave (click here), Captain Marvel’s Rock of Eternity (click here), the JLA Satellite (click here), the Justice Society Brownstone (click here), the Super Friends Hall of Justice (click here), the Super Powers Hall of Justice, Iron Man’s Armory (click here), the X-Men’s Danger Room (click here), a Star Trek: The Animated Series Enterprise (click here) and a Scooby-Doo haunted house — with more to come.
— And as I always feel compelled to point out, I don’t make anything off this. I just love showing it all off. Each set — including case, artwork and complete assembly — is $85 plus shipping. Contact either email@example.com or you can message Anthony, who also owns Retropolis Tees, through Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
— INSIDE LOOK: The ‘Mego’ HALL OF JUSTICE Playset You’ve Waited Decades For. Click here.
— INSIDE LOOK: The ‘Mego’ JUSTICE LEAGUE SATELLITE Playset You’ve Waited Decades For. Click here.