Want of the Week – The Brave & The Bold Justice League America #28

For this week’s Want of the Week, a Justice League of America fan has turned to FyndIt seeking help locating a very sought-after valuable comic, in addition to a statue inspired by the very same issue.

In the comic book The Brave & The Bold Justice League America #28, Aquaman, Batman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter, Superman and Wonder Woman team up to battle Starro the Conqueror a gigantic starfish. This first appearance of the Justice League of America is a well sought after issue with copies in near mint condition going for up to  $19,000. FyndIt member Comic Vixen is looking for a copy in Fair to Good condition for under $300. If you know where to find this comic for the price and condition specified, post your Find and if it is accepted as a match, you’ll earn a $5.00 bounty reward for helping track down this comic.

Image via dc.wikia.com

Image via dc.wikia.com

Comic Vixen is also looking for a porcelain statue featuring The Flash, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Wonder Woman battling Starro the Conqueror. The statue is based on the cover of Brave and the Bold #28. Sculpted by John Matthews, this intricate statue measures six inches tall. Help find a Justice League of America Brave and the Bold #28 Statue for under $400 and earn a bounty reward for your efforts!

Image via wonderwomancollectors.com

Image via wonderwomancollectors.com

If you can find the comic and statue listed above, you’re probably an internet sleuth and can find just about anything. Sounds like you have the skills to pay the bills! Browse the Wants on FyndIt and see how many bounty rewards you can rake in. Bounties can easily be cashed out through your PayPal account and in your pocket in no time. Give it a try, there’s nothing to loose and it’s free to sign up.

Most Wanted Superhero Board Games at FyndIt

Remember the old days when people actually sat around a table and played board games together? Nowadays, we’re all glued to our phones playing Candy Crush and other addicting online games. Sure, you can send gifts and requests to your friends and interact with them virtually, but there’s nothing like sitting down face to face and challenging them to some friendly competition.  One of our FyndIt members is keeping the power of real life social games alive by collecting and playing vintage superhero board games with friends. At FyndIt, we help people track down hard to find items. Can you help locate these superhero games from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s? Find these board games for the price and condition specified and earn a nice bounty reward for your efforts!

Marvel Superheroes Board Game








Superman Board Game








Marvel Comics Superheroes Board Game







Batman Swoops Down Board Game








Wonder Woman Board Game







Superman & Superboy Board Game








Batman Board Game







Find these vintage board games and other Wants at FyndIt and earn money helping others find stuff!

10 Cool Must-Haves For Your Superhero Sweetheart on Valentine’s Day

1. Batman Valentine’s Day Artwork – Upcycled Dictionary Pages


Because even sad Batman can spread that lovey-dovey feeling with heart shaped balloons on Valentine’s Day.

2. Marvel Comics Superhero Mug Set – Spidey’s Girl & I Only Date Superheroes



Because you’ll feel better knowing your girl’s Spidey mug will ward off unwanted co-worker advances around the water cooler or coffeemaker at her workplace.

3. Mad Love T-Shirt – Harley Quinn & Mr. J


Because Harley Quinn and the Joker take “Crazy In Love” to a whole other level.

4. Iron Man & Pepper Potts Champagne Flutes – Hand-Painted


Because if Iron Man & Pepper Potts are your superhero power couple, then you better jump on these rare champagne flutes A.S.A.P. It’s hard to track down specialty items from a couple of this caliber.

5. Batman & Robin Artwork – You Are My Hero


Because…POW, BANG, BOOM. ‘Nuff said.

6. Aquaman & Mera Necklace Pendant


Because there are plenty of fish in the sea, but there’s only one soul mate who can truly take your breath away with a kiss.

7. Spider-Man & Mary Jane Pillowcases – Matching His & Hers


Because…you can’t handle the cuteness.

8. Her Batman & His Catwoman T-Shirts


Because matchy-matchy brings on the eye-rolls, but you LOVE it!

9. Comic Book Phrases Pint Glasses – Dynamic Duo


Because the both of you are pretty much bad ass beer drinkers.

10. Superwomen in Love – Valentine’s Day Card


Because romance is best served over a pile of spaghetti.

Vintage Evel Knievel Collectibles

Evel Knievel was the greatest American daredevil! He amazed the crowds with his insane motorcycle jumps. His zest for danger entered him into the Guinness Book of World Records as the survivor of the most broken bones in a lifetime. If he booked a show and failed to pull off a jump having to exit the arena in an ambulance, he would take a short recovery time and return to the venue to complete his motorcycle stunt and land it. Stories of his injuries only added to his hype and the crowds returned for more.

Of course this iconic American entertainer had his very own toy line, which has now become highly collectible. Evel Knievel fans scour the internet for high grade action figures, motorcycles and stunt play-sets. One Evel Knieval fan has turned to FyndIt in hopes that we can help him locate Evel collectibles in excellent condition at an affordable price.

Here are some of the Evel Knievel items our member is searching for. If you come across any of these vintage toys on the internet or in a store, log onto FyndIt and post your great Find. If your item is accepted as a match, you could earn a sweet bounty reward for helping a collector out!

1973 Evel Knievel Scramble Van – Bounty Reward $3.00


1974 Evel Knievel Stunt Stadium – Bounty Reward $5.00


1974 Evel Knievel Walkie Talkie Set – Bounty Reward $10.00


1972 Evel Knievel Action Figure



Check out other collectibles wanted by members on FyndIt in the Wants section. See if you can locate any of the items and post your Find. If your item is accepted as a match you could earn a bounty reward in the amount of $0.50, $1.00, $5.00 or more!

Marvel’s Answer to the Dancing Baby Groot Craze

Since the release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy a few weeks ago, everyone is talking about the show-stealing dancing baby Groot who melted all of our hearts by shaking his leaves and getting a grove on to the Jackson 5.

Since his movie debut, calls for a dancing baby Groot toy have been all over the internet. People have posted DIY tutorials and crochet patterns to create this tiny bundle of cuteness. As a result, those battery-operated dancing sunflowers from the 1990’s have been in great demand to use as a base and are now really hard to find.

Luckily for those of us who are not crafty enough to build our own dancing baby Groot, Marvel and Funko have teamed up to release a Guardians of the Galaxy vinyl bobble head. Details of it’s release date will be available later this week. How many bobble heads will you covet? We have a feeling this one is going to sell out fast!


Now that Marvel has come out with a dancing vinyl bobble head, our demands grow for a dancing baby Groot Halloween costume!

Toys of Christmas Past

Take a trip down memory lane and check out vintage toys posted as Wants on FyndIt. These throwback toys most likely made it in Santa’s gift bag many Christmas Eve’s ago.

Back in the 1950s, Santa probably had this Roy Rogers figurine on his list to deliver to good little cowboys and cowgirls.



Here’s a vintage Disney toy from the 1960’s. Disneykins are a unique brand of miniature hand painted plastic figureines manufactured by the Marx Toy Company from 1961 to 1973. One of our FyndIt members is looking for a Disneykins Box Set in mint condition.


A tea set is a classic gift for a little girl regardless of what decade it is.  Created by Mattel, this POP 26-piece tea set, delighted many little girls on Christmas morning during the 1980s.


From the Star Wars Micro Collection is the Death Star World Action playset. Made by in 1982 by Kenner, this rare toy was comprised of the smaller Death Star Escape and Death Star Compactor sets. During the 1980’s, kids hoped to find this gift wrapped up under the Christmas tree.


Check our listings to see if you can help FyndIt members track down the rare and hard-to-find toys listed above. If you know where to find one of the items, post your Find with a picture, description and price point. If your item is a match and accepted  by the Wanter, you will earn the bounty reward.

Perhaps during your childhood there was a present that you asked Santa for that never showed up under the Christmas tree. Now that you are an adult, you can go out and buy that toy that you longed for. Not sure where to look for it? Turn to FyndIt, our community of Finders can help you locate it.

Want of the Week – December 16, 2013

The Want of the Week for December 16, 2013 includes several titles for a children’s storybook character created in the 1970’s by a collective group of illustrators.

The Wanter is looking for five titles published in Spanish. They are willing to pay a bounty of $0.50 for each book found at the price specified.

If you are a book worm who knows where to get good deals on children’s books and can locate titles from the Teo series, click on the listings below and try to make a match for a small bounty reward.

Check out other books wanted on FyndIt.