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Total Listed: 6
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Batman - #13 - DCThe internationally recognized Caped Crusader first appeared in Detective Comics #27 in 1939. Also known as Bruce Wayne, owner of Wayne Enterprises, Batman swore vengeance against criminals after witnessing the murder of his parents. He harnesses his vast wealth, detective skills, and intelligence to protect Gotham City.
Joker - #14 - DCAs one of the most recognizable Super-Villains, The Joker is the antithesis of Batman in both appearance and personality. His crimes always involve pranks and jokes ending with twisted punchlines that are only funny to The Joker. He may look like he's clowning around but this guy is bad news for Batman and Gotham City!
Harley Quinn - #15 - DCVillainous sidekick to The Joker and frequent visitor of Arkham Asylum (both as a patient and a psychiatrist), Harley Quinn first appeared onscreen in 1992. Despite being a relatively new character, Harley Quinn has become one of the most popular personalities in the DC Universe. Equipped with a murderous grin and a do-whatever-it-takes attitude, Harley Quinn is both passionate and determined to get the job done.
The Flash - #27 - DCA staple of the DC comic book universe, The Flash defies the laws of physics with his superhuman speed and swift reflexes. In a freak lab accident, forensic scientist Barry Allen was struck by lightning while doused with chemicals giving him the super powers of the Speed Force. Now he races up buildings, across oceans, and around the world at light speed, as The Flash.
Wonder Woman - #28 - DCAs a founding member of the Justice League and an Amazonian warrior princess, Wonder Woman is known for her strength, determination, and unwillingness to back down from a challenge. The character first appeared in All Star Comics #8 in December 1941 and continues to be featured in films, cartoons, and several DC comic book series. Wonder Woman often uses the alias Diana Prince as her secret identity.
Superman - #29 - DCAlso known as the Man of Steel and The Last Son of Krypton, Superman has become an American cultural icon. First introduced in June 1938 in Action Comics #1, he is easily recognizable by his blue costume, red & yellow "S-Shield" chest emblem, and red cape. Despite being from an alien planet, Superman is raised as Clark Kent on Earth and works in the fictional city of Metropolis as a journalist for the Daily Planet.

Light Up Your World With Pixel Pals Fun to Collect and Display Pixel Pals are collectible pixel-art renditions of your favorite iconic characters! Pop in a couple AAA batteries and you’re all set. Choose your favorite character from beloved franchises or collect them all! Each Pixel Pal box is individually numbered for collectability.



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