This Wizard-exclusive Heroclix is supposed to be Professor Zoom, although it sure looks like Zoom to me. However, it’s not a repaint of the Zoom Heroclix; they’re both unique sculpts.
I’ve only seen this on Ebay, so I have no idea how widespread this is or ever was. But as you can guess from the Spanish “Capitan Frio”, it’s from Latin America. Pepsi bottles in Argentina, to be exact. From 1978.
And to finish up the Rogues et al Mighty Beanz, here’s Gorilla Grodd. The Flash is also available. From 2011.
The Mighty Beanz Captain Boomerang is a Common, very easy to find. Out in 2011, and like the others, only just over 3 cm tall.
This is from the 2011 DC Mighty Beanz line. The photo is somewhat deceptive regarding its size; the beanz are just a little over 3 cm tall. They roll around and have a tiny ball bearing at the bottom which can keep them standing up (sort of). The Captain Cold bean is actually a Rare, somewhat difficult to find.
There was a Marvel Mighty Beanz line several years ago, and I’d thought the company had long gone out of business or had at least stopped making these. It came as a real surprise that there are new Marvel beanz this year, and now DC ones too.
This strange figure is from the DC Universe Squatz line, made by Wild Planet. I don’t know a lot about the line, but you buy the two-pack and know who one of the figures is, though the other is a mystery. You dissolve the mystery character in water to reveal who it is. The Flash is also available. Out in 2011.
This illustrated children’s book, DC Super Heroes: Superman: The Deadly Dream Machine, came out in 2011.
From Mattel’s Infinite Heroes line, in 2008 Owen was released in a three-pack with Starfire and Raven. The figure is not quite 4 inches tall. The line was unfortunately never really that good and its price point was more expensive than it should have been for figures of that quality, so it didn’t last long. There were quite a few Rogues in it before cancellation, however.