. The Danger Room is great fodder because A) they could (read: should) include the entire X-men team, and 2) they could do pretty much whatever they wanted in terms of play features and it would be awesome. It's a blank canvas - a room without any features that when activated generates all manner of dangerous obstacles and holographic images. They pretty much can't miss with that one.
And the Blackbird is arguably one of the most iconic vehicles in comic book lore (though not nearly as iconic as the Batmobile). It's a sweet ship, LEGO loves to do vehicles, and they could include as many or as few figs as they'd like (could be the whole team, could be just a pilot and co-pilot, it'd still work). Seems like a no-brainer.
Mister Ed wrote:I really think it would be fun to get a small Superman set that came with Superman, Clark Kent, and a phone booth you could build that had a mechanism to "quick-change" one into the other.
That would be an awesome $10 set! Super-iconic, great offering at a lower price-point, this one also seems like a no-brainer.
As far as an invisible Wonder Woman jet, that will probably fall in the same category as the gleaming Nubian Royal Starship in the SW line. Way too costly and specific to manufacture all of those parts in chrome (or transparent in the case of Wonder Woman), so it ain't ever gonna happen. Bummer. . .