Rogues Memorabilia
From the Heroclix set called Justice League, released in 2007.

From the Heroclix set called Justice League, released in 2007.

The 1977 DC calendar doesn’t have a lot of Rogues content, but Abra Kadabra appears on the cover and there’s a bit of Grodd and the Rogues as part of the September pin-up.

DC used to publish annual calendars back in the 1970s, which featured new art from professional artists each month and fun things like trivia and puzzles.  

This particular calendar is from 1976, and is included here because a bunch of Rogues appeared as the April pin-up.

Incidentally, if you’ve ever seen the list of DC characters’ birthdays, it comes from this calendar.

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The other Mirror Master Heroclix from Origin.  It’s very different from most Heroclix;  rather than a human figure, it’s a flat thin piece meant to evoke a mirror.
Again, it’s not stated whether this is supposed to be Scudder or McCulloch, but I’d guess it’s McCulloch.

Mirror Masters are nasty. They can be hard to fight if used right.

Interesting.  I don’t actually play the game, so I don’t know anything about it.  Thanks!

heroclixstuff:

roguesmemorabilia:

The other Mirror Master Heroclix from Origin.  It’s very different from most Heroclix;  rather than a human figure, it’s a flat thin piece meant to evoke a mirror.

Again, it’s not stated whether this is supposed to be Scudder or McCulloch, but I’d guess it’s McCulloch.

Mirror Masters are nasty. They can be hard to fight if used right.

Interesting.  I don’t actually play the game, so I don’t know anything about it.  Thanks!

The other Mirror Master Heroclix from Origin.  It’s very different from most Heroclix; rather than a human figure, it’s a flat thin piece meant to evoke a mirror.
Again, it’s not stated whether this is supposed to be Scudder or McCulloch, but I’d guess it’s McCulloch.

The other Mirror Master Heroclix from Origin.  It’s very different from most Heroclix; rather than a human figure, it’s a flat thin piece meant to evoke a mirror.

Again, it’s not stated whether this is supposed to be Scudder or McCulloch, but I’d guess it’s McCulloch.

From the Heroclix set Origin.  I don’t think it’s ever been stated whether this is Sam Scudder or Evan McCulloch, but there’s actually another Mirror Master Heroclix from the same set.  I’ll post that next.

From the Heroclix set Origin.  I don’t think it’s ever been stated whether this is Sam Scudder or Evan McCulloch, but there’s actually another Mirror Master Heroclix from the same set.  I’ll post that next.

Also from 2012’s Action League Flashpoint line, this fellow is supposed to be Professor Zoom but looks more like Zoom (I wish toy companies et al would get it straight).  With his fist raised, he’s about 3 inches tall, although his head is pretty much at 2.5 inches.
This also comes in a two-pack with the Flash, although fortunately a different-looking Flash from the Citizen Cold pack.  And can also probably still be found at retail.

Also from 2012’s Action League Flashpoint line, this fellow is supposed to be Professor Zoom but looks more like Zoom (I wish toy companies et al would get it straight).  With his fist raised, he’s about 3 inches tall, although his head is pretty much at 2.5 inches.

This also comes in a two-pack with the Flash, although fortunately a different-looking Flash from the Citizen Cold pack.  And can also probably still be found at retail.

From 2012, this figure is from the Action League Flashpoint line, so it’s technically Citizen Cold rather Captain Cold.  But he looks pretty much the same either way.  He’s about 2.5 inches tall.
He comes in a two-pack with the Flash, and can probably still be found at retail if you look hard enough (I found one when visiting the US a couple of months ago, but only one).

From 2012, this figure is from the Action League Flashpoint line, so it’s technically Citizen Cold rather Captain Cold.  But he looks pretty much the same either way.  He’s about 2.5 inches tall.

He comes in a two-pack with the Flash, and can probably still be found at retail if you look hard enough (I found one when visiting the US a couple of months ago, but only one).

DC Super Heroes The Flash: Captain Cold’s Arctic Eruption is a children’s book from 2011.  It’s mostly text, with some illustrations.  The publisher is Stone Arch Books.

DC Super Heroes The Flash: Captain Cold’s Arctic Eruption is a children’s book from 2011.  It’s mostly text, with some illustrations.  The publisher is Stone Arch Books.

From 2012, this Mirror Master really is one of the last of the DC Eaglemoss figurines, so we lucked out getting this before the line was completely cancelled (actually it was cancelled, but fan outcry led to them making twenty more characters, and this was one of them).  In the magazine which accompanies the figurine, it’s stated that this is Evan McCulloch.
He’s made of lead and is not quite 4 inches tall.

From 2012, this Mirror Master really is one of the last of the DC Eaglemoss figurines, so we lucked out getting this before the line was completely cancelled (actually it was cancelled, but fan outcry led to them making twenty more characters, and this was one of them).  In the magazine which accompanies the figurine, it’s stated that this is Evan McCulloch.

He’s made of lead and is not quite 4 inches tall.