Figure 1: Star Sapphire Wonder Woman
I'm not going to go into the ridiculous costume design, because that was the fault of the comics and I'll get either angry about how stupid the whole thing is or laugh at how ridiculous and stupid the creators are for creating this abomination of good taste. Instead I'm going to comment on how this figure has the same sculpt as the Star Sapphire figure from the Green Lantern Classics line, so you've got the cut joint in the torso which looks really weird on female figures that have their entire stomach exposed by a stupid costume design. The feet were a bit stiff so I had to put her... in... a...freezer... oh god. I'm going to stop now before I start making a bunch of "Women in Refrigerators" jokes. So all I'll say is that I wanted this figure to bolster the Star Sapphires roster, but I hope in the future they release Star Sapphires with more sensible costumes.
2. Sinestro Corps Scarecrow
You really have to wonder how much pull the Batman department at DC has if they mandated that Scarecrow couldn't be the Yellow Lantern of sector 2814. I mean, come on, he's the perfect fit. Instead they went with Amon Sur and teased a Sinestro Corps Scarecrow but never delivered. So really, if they didn't make this figure to join my ever burgeoning Sinestro Corps collection I would have had to figure out a way to make him myself... and it would have looked horrible. So it's a good thing they made this guy. I dig him, even if his coat sort of gets in the way of articulation and I don't know what's going on with his hands. But the double jointed elbows, the double jointed knees, and the hinge wrists allow for some good flexible "ooga booga booga" poses for the Scarecrow and really, that's all you can really ask for. Great figure.
3. Blue Lantern Flash
4. Indigo Lantern Atom
Hey, remember Savage Sword of Atom? I don't, but I'm pretty sure that's the only reason Atom was picked for the Indigo Lanterns. Because he had a fairly well known alternate costume that looked as primitive as the others in the Indigo Tribe. Because damned if I can think of what about the Atom would make him seem compassionate. The part where he recently stomped on the brain of a criminal in order to induce strokes and seizures as part of an interrogation technique? Although I guess, really, which superhero could really be considered compassionate? I don't see any of them particularly interested in the rehabilitation efforts of criminals. Super Heroics are more a case of a "let me punch you and leave you to rot in prison" philosophy.
But they did adapt the Savage Sword of Atom costume in a way that looks good. And in that respect this is a pretty good representation of that look. It's certainly my favorite DCUC Atom they've done, since his normal costume isn't as striking or unique. (And they've never done a Ryan Choi.)
5. Orange Lantern Lex Luthor
Like the Flash, he was wanted because so far he's the only Orange Lantern DCUC figure that's out.
6. White Lantern Hal Jordan
Admitedly I would have liked this figure more if Geoff Johns hadn't overexposed the character by using him repeatedly and thus lessening his impact with each successive use, but if I pretend that stuff never happened and instead focus on the character as the bad guy from the original Crisis of Infinite Earths, then its pretty cool. And now a size comparison so you can see how much the larger than average BAF really is.
Current CorpsGreen Lanterns: 10
Sinestro Corps: 5
Red Lanterns: 2
Star Sapphires: 2
Blue Lanterns: 1
Orange Lanterns: 1
Indigo Lanterns: 1
Black Lanterns: 1