DC Universe Wonder Woman 7-Inch Plush :
* The DC Universe has never looked more adorable than with this Wonder Woman 7-Inch Plush! * Wonder Woman needs a hug! * These DC Universe Plush are stylized, cuddly, and fun!
The Maid of Might is your today....(and look out any Maxwell Lord plushies that you might have...)
* The DC Universe now has cute and cuddly "Baddies" this Penguin 7-Inch Plush is prove! * Even The Penguin needs a hug! * These DC Universe Plush are stylized, cuddly, and fun!
There are a number of ways to obtain one of these but purchasing this one from us means you dont have to get you a*se handed to you by Guy Gardiner. Straight from the pages of the DC comics classic Green Lantern Corps mag comes the 'Honor Guard' ring.
Wonder Woman, flying high! Wonder Woman emerges from a billowing cloud to fly through the sky, displaying the grace and beauty that defines the Amazonian princess. This limited edition, hand-painted, cold-cast porcelain statue measures approximately 11 1/4-inches tall x 6 1/2-inches wide x 7 1/4-inches long and is packaged in a 4-color box with a 4-color certificate of authenticity. You'll be flying high, too, with this in your hot little hands! Limited edition of 2,500 pieces. I LOVE THIS PIECE!
Green Lantern is a character that really lends himself to having a shield. Of course his would be constructed from 100% willpower but there you have it. This one is particularly fetching and even appears to glow...
John Stewart was an architect who was selected by the Guardians of the Universe as Hal Jordan's backup after Guy Gardner was seriously injured in a disaster. Although Jordan objected after seeing that Stewart had a belligerent attitude to authority figures, the Guardians stood by their selection. Jordan complied and recruited and equipped Stewart with the standard uniform and power ring.
This shield honours one of the more interesting Lanterns.
Guy Gardner is the third Green Lantern of Earth, and a member of the Green Lantern Corps assigned to Earth, known for his brash attitude and machismo.
"Green Lantern" was reimagined in the Silver Age as test pilot Hal Jordan, a member of an intergalactic peacekeeping force called the Green Lantern Corps. The Guardians of the Universe on Oa give these Lanterns rings controlled by willpower, and send them to patrol all 3600 sectors of the known universe. Jordan was a member of the Justice League.