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Gift ideas include DC Collectibles' Aquaman Movie: Mera, DC Designer Series: Jim Lee Trinity (Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman) and DC Artists Alley: Poison Ivy, Diamond Select Toys' Marvel Movie Gallery: Dr. Strange and DC Comics Gallery: The Batman Who Laughs and McFarlane Toys' Stranger Things: Ghostbusters Deluxe 4-Pack and Lord Shaxx. (Photograph by Joseph Szadkowski / The Washington Times)

Zadzooks 2018 Gift Guide for pop culture collectors

- The Washington Times

Gift ideas include DC Collectibles’ Aquaman Movie: Mera, DC Designer Series: Jim Lee Trinity, DC Artists Alley: Poison Ivy and Gerard Way’s Batman, Diamond Select Toys’ Marvel Movie Gallery: Dr. Strange and DC Comics Gallery: The Batman Who Laughs and McFarlane Toys’ Stranger Things: Ghostbusters Deluxe 4-Pack and Lord Shaxx.

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