Rogues Memorabilia
The Weather Wizard Heroclix is part of the Hypertime set, which was the first-ever DC ‘Clix set and was released in about 2002.  The figure is a bit crude, but the simulation of his flight and some weather is neat.
Weather Wizard himself is about 1.5 inches tall, but the entire figure with platform is 3 inches high.

The Weather Wizard Heroclix is part of the Hypertime set, which was the first-ever DC ‘Clix set and was released in about 2002.  The figure is a bit crude, but the simulation of his flight and some weather is neat.

Weather Wizard himself is about 1.5 inches tall, but the entire figure with platform is 3 inches high.

Out in 2007, the Heat Wave Heroclix is part of the Justice League set.
The photo makes it look somewhat large, but as with most Heroclix, it’s only about an inch tall.
(I had difficulty finding a quality photo of it, and my photos of mine didn’t turn out well; this thing is tough to photograph.)

Out in 2007, the Heat Wave Heroclix is part of the Justice League set.

The photo makes it look somewhat large, but as with most Heroclix, it’s only about an inch tall.

(I had difficulty finding a quality photo of it, and my photos of mine didn’t turn out well; this thing is tough to photograph.)

This Heroclix figurine is from the Justice League set, which debuted in 2007.  As you can see, he stands on a transparent platform like the Trickster II Heroclix.
Kadabra is considered a Rare figure, but isn’t difficult to find online.

This Heroclix figurine is from the Justice League set, which debuted in 2007.  As you can see, he stands on a transparent platform like the Trickster II Heroclix.

Kadabra is considered a Rare figure, but isn’t difficult to find online.

I only found out about this the other day.  Heroclix player Nick Stanton won a tournament in 2011, and as his prize he got to choose a group to give an “Additional Team Ability” to.  He chose the Rogues, so they now have an official card which gives them extra capabilities in the game (and listening to players complain about them, it sounds like they needed it).
WizKids discusses some of the new ATA cards here, and you can print your own here.

I only found out about this the other day.  Heroclix player Nick Stanton won a tournament in 2011, and as his prize he got to choose a group to give an “Additional Team Ability” to.  He chose the Rogues, so they now have an official card which gives them extra capabilities in the game (and listening to players complain about them, it sounds like they needed it).

WizKids discusses some of the new ATA cards here, and you can print your own here.

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

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

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.

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.

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.

From the 2009 Arkham Asylum set, this curiously features the Top in his straitjacket look from Flash v2 #195 (minus the stylin’ top hat).  He and the other Heroclix in this set are slightly bigger than many of the ‘Clix released earlier, making them a bit out of scale.

From the 2009 Arkham Asylum set, this curiously features the Top in his straitjacket look from Flash v2 #195 (minus the stylin’ top hat).  He and the other Heroclix in this set are slightly bigger than many of the ‘Clix released earlier, making them a bit out of scale.

This is the second Captain Boomerang I Heroclix figure, part of the Brightest Day set, and obviously based on his new look in the Brightest Day storyline.  It looks like a much better sculpt, although as it turns out the above image is a superior promotional figure and the actual figure isn’t nearly as good!  Out in 2010.

This is the second Captain Boomerang I Heroclix figure, part of the Brightest Day set, and obviously based on his new look in the Brightest Day storyline.  It looks like a much better sculpt, although as it turns out the above image is a superior promotional figure and the actual figure isn’t nearly as good!  Out in 2010.