Here is a tin box produced by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment that contains two DVDs. The first DVD features ten Fleischer Superman cartoons from 1941 and 1942. The second DVD contains eighteen classic public domain cartoons.
In keeping with the theme of products released in 2018, here is a box of Band-Aid adhesive bandages with the current Justice League promotional images showing the characters in their “Rebirth” costumes. One side of the box features images of Superman, Cyborg, and Aquaman while the other side features Batman, The Flash, and Green Lantern. Each bandage has an image of either a sole Justice League member or text that reads “Justice League”.
Here is a fantastic 1/6th Dean Cain Superman figure produced by UnleashedViper Custom Creations in the Philippines in 2018. The head was expertly sculpted by Jho Artworks.
This figure is now added to my 1/6th Live Action Superman Figure Collection and replaces the original 1/6th Dean Cain Superman figure in the lineup that I custom made in 2002.
Dean Cain portrayed Superman in the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman which aired on ABC from 1993 to 1997.
This is a copy of Hollywood Spotlight Collector’s Edition Superman magazine. This “Ultimate Guide” contains an amazing 98-pages of Superman history with no ads! The book winds its way through Superman’s existence from his creation by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to the rumblings about what’s next for Henry Cavill.
Hello everyone! I’ve been away from this blog for a while and now I’m diving right back in with a brand new Superman related collectible that can be found in stores now!
This is a box of Honey Maid Justice League Graham Snacks. Produced by Nabisco, these disc shaped graham crackers are “embossed” with the logos of various heroes from DC Comics: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Aquaman, and The Flash.
The front of the box features the heroes clad in their “Rebirth” costumes. On the back of the box are…
This is a copy of Superman number 180 published in 1965 by DC Comics. The first story in this issue deals with Clark Kent as he tries to uncover the secret identity of Superman live on television. What?? Yes, it’s true. It is later revealed, however, that Clark Kent was bribed into finding out the information by conniving criminals who kidnapped Lois Lane. Throughout Clark’s “investigation”…
Here’s a box of 3M Nexcare Tattoo Waterproof Bandages. Produced in 2012, this box of twenty assorted bandages are imprinted with Superman designs (including headshots of Superman, ‘S’ symbols, and art of him flying) that is intended to make wearing an adhesive bandage fun.
This is a copy of TV Guide for the week of September 18-24, 1993. At first glance, this issue is nothing more than an annual fall preview but it contains the preview synopsis of the then upcoming ABC television series…