Win a Set of Justice League: War Action Figures!

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Just in time for the holidays, we at GeekDad are here to make your shopping load a little lighter. The fine folks over at DC Entertainment were kind enough to provide us with, not one, but two sets of five figures based off the impressive New 52 animated feature Justice League: War.

Decked out in their New 52 costumes, these figures are finely detailed and impressively solid. Honestly? Between my kids and myself, you guys are lucky that both sets are actually making it out the door intact. My youngest in particular was ready to do whatever it took to keep Wonder Woman. Each prize package will contain:

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Flash (sporting that piping that all the cool superheroes are into these days) and Shazam!

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Cyborg (can we all just agree that Cy’s new Robocop look is just the best ever?) and Wonder Woman (who looks great, even if they did make her waist just a bit too waspish).

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And Green Lantern (doing his “Why doesn’t anyone like the space cop?” pose).

No Superman figures were provided, sadly (they could only shove so many figures in the box!). If you want to complete the wave, you’ll have to nab Supes over on Amazon or at your friendly, local comic book store.

So that’s two lucky readers who will win a set of five awesome DC figures and get to check one recipient off their Black Friday shopping list. To enter, simply fill out the form below before 11:59 PM Eastern on Wednesday, November 26th.

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While you’re at it, drop a comment on this page telling us who’s your favorite DC superhero! Good luck!

Giveaway rules:
Open to US residents only.
One entry per physical address.
Must be 18 or older to enter.
Winners will be chosen at random from all valid entries.
Winners will be notified via the email addresses supplied at time of entry.
Prizes are supplied by 3rd parties, and GeekDad.com cannot be held liable for items damaged or lost in shipping.

Writer, father of two, runner, Marvel-phile, recovered WoW addict, unrepentant Generation 1 Transformers nerd (seriously, I know more about G1 than is healthy). Author of the superhero novel: 'Nightingale: The League Cycle, Book One.'