However, that’s not all you get with this package. In addition to the first two DCEU films, the bundle also comes with a copy of Action Comics #1 (Superman’s debut), as well as a copy of Detective Comics #27 (Batman’s debut issue), along with collectible Batman and Superman figurines, and even a set of six trading cards. Without question, there is more than enough awesome content here to keep even the most ardent collector occupied and satisfied for a very, very long time.
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