Produced in Japan by Kadokawa, this is a Putitto Series Justice League Superman “Fly Off” figurine in his New 52 outfit. Each figurine is designed to hand on a drinking cup or glass. The titles of each figure denote the pose in which they are in. This one stands at 2.5-inches tall. There are six figurines in this wave…
This is a packet of four sheets of holographic and regular stickers. Produced in 2013 by PMG, Inc. under the line Stickerfitti, each sheet features stylized artwork of Superman and is just one example of the various merchandise released to promote the motion picture Man of Steel.
Here’s a Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Blu-ray released in 2016 and sold at Walmart. At purchase, it included a digital HD copy by scanning the receipt using a Walmart app. This is a no-frills release and features the original theatrical cut of the film.
In 1972, Metropolis Illinois obtained rights from DC Comics to officially declare their town “The Home of Superman.” They had big plans at the time which included a multi-million dollar “Amazing World of Superman” theme park that would have featured a 200-foot-tall Superman statue. The following year, Metropolis hosted a grand event which featured a model and drawings of…
This is a pair of “Qui Che Gua Gou”, or “car hooks”, that can be hooked around a headrest post and allows you to hang a bag on the lower hook up to 3 kg (about 6-and-a-half pounds) in weight. Apparently, the hooks come in various characters. These are clearly meant to represent Superman.
One of the many promotional tie-ins for the 2013 motion picture Man of Steel was this Sunshine Cheez-It Baked Snack Assortment. Kellogg’s was granted the license to promote the movie on its products.
Adventures Along the Ohio River is a free publication by the Metropolis Planet, the weekly newspaper of the city of Metropolis Illinois. This is the Summer 2001 magazine that could be found everywhere in Metropolis just prior to (and during) the annual Superman Celebration. On the cover is Scott Cranford, greeting a young Superman fan alongside the Super Museum, who portrayed the city’s hero in those days at every celebration.
Here is a box of Aquarius Superman Playing Cards. Each card has a varying monochromatic artwork of Superman over halftone pattern backgrounds. This trading card set is the predecessor to the 2014 Playing Cards that Aquarius released.