Besides Vince and Superman, I also got a beautiful plug-suit Engineer from Prometheus, a pretty sweet CatMan, and a glorious Lord Voldemort.
This toy store was no joke. I tend to only purchase superhero/DC based action figures, but when I saw these, I had to get them! The engineer is a sleek black which gives the figure a more prominent look. CatMan has recently become a personal favorite of mine because whilst reading “Countdown to Infinite Crisis: Villains United”, Blake showed me he was a badass villain. And I’ve always wanted the Dark Lord in my collection. His presence is a wonderful addition.
Overall, Vince and Superman may need to put their differences aside to take on these united villains.
This is the full DC Hero Profiles series thus far. There are a ton of characters I still want to include… Doctor Fate, Robin, Batgirl, Blue Devil, the Atom, etc. I love the #DCU and have really enjoyed building this series! If you have a character suggestion, I’d love to hear from you.
Double Date includes four of my favourite DCU characters; Huntress, Question, Green Arrow and Black Canary. Huntress needs the Questions help to find Mandragora, and in exchange she’ll give the Question everything she knows on Cadmus. But Green Arrow and Black Canary are guarding Mandragora as he awaits to turn state evidence.
This episode also reveals that the Huntress in JLU is Helena Bertinelli, as the Question spills the beans, so to speak.
Also, the Question is played by Jeffry Combs, who played Shran in Star Trek: Enterprise and Weyoun and Brunt in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Black Canary: You’re cute when you’re an insufferable smarty pants.
Huntress: Oh baby doll. And just for the record, I usually prefer my dates to have a face.
Question: The key wasn’t the clue, the key was mine. Now this list of container ship arrivals I palmed while they were yelling at you…
Green Arrow: You’re not supposed to drive when you’re angry.