Mattel continues the Justice League Unlimited line with the latest addition to the growing figure collection with the Shazam Family 4-pack.

The set is being sold online at the website, and includes

  • “Shazam!” — the WORLD’S MIGHTIEST MORTAL
  • Mary Batson — his heroic sister
  • The Wizard — keeper of the magic word
  • Black Adam — evil user of the magic word

The set is scheduled to go on sale today, August 17, 2009, with a list price of $30.00.

via Matty Collector

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  1. Allen Jones
    August 17, 2009 at 10:23 am — Reply

    Oh I’m so in with this collection!

  2. August 17, 2009 at 11:54 am — Reply

    I understand why, for legal reasons, they can’t call Captain Marvel by his real name on the outside of any sort of packaging, but “Mary Batson?”

    WTF?! Or did Marvel Entertainment grab the rights to “Mary Marvel” while TimeWa…rner was asleep at the switch, too?

    Anyway, these will be mine. Oh, yes! They WILL be mine…!

  3. Brent
    August 17, 2009 at 12:52 pm — Reply

    Too bad the legal wrangling and the wording on the packaging perpetuate the popular misnomer that Billy Batson’s alter ego is Shazam, which is the the Wizard’s name…before the Trials of Shazam, that is.

    So, Big Red Cheese + short hair = Capt. Marvel, and Big White Cheese + long flowing hair = Fabio, er, I mean the new “Shazam”.

    Wait, that’s more confusing than the packaging issues.

  4. August 17, 2009 at 2:24 pm — Reply

    Wow — I know I complain a lot about the D-cupification of super-heroines, but now the men’s chests are getting pumped up to ridiculous proportions. (Yes, I know it’s stylized–but why does this style inflate the upper body so much?)

    Well, at least both genders are getting serious chestage….

  5. August 18, 2009 at 8:34 am — Reply

    They all look great except Black Adam. Ugh, he looks horrible.

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