This is a Comic Book Champions pewter Superman sculpture that was produced in 1996. It features a fantastic sculpture of Superman lifted directly from the cover art of Superman #1 in 1939. Behind the figurine is a small framed card featuring the cover art itself along with its details on the back of the card. This pewter sculpture was part of the DC Comics Premier Series. Comic Book Champions is a trademark of Racing Champions, Inc.
This is yet another issue of Adventures Along the Ohio River in my collection from one of my many trips to Metropolis Illinois during the Superman Celebration. The cover features Scott Cranford standing in front of the 15-foot tall Superman Statue in Superman Square.
Produced by Hallmark in 2015, this is a Cubeez Superman tin gift box. Measuring at 3-inches, the lid of this box goes all the way to the “belt” base which lifts off to reveal a wonderful compartment for placing gift cards in or other cool small Superman gifts. The front features an image of Superman’s face (taken from the promotional artwork of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez) and the back features a graphical design of Superman’s cape.
Here is a die-cast metal Justice League movie Superman figurine produced by Jada Toys under their “Metalfigs” line. The figurine stands at 2.5 inches tall and has a metallic paint finish to the blue costume.
Hallmark has long been one of the pinnacles of ornament making companies. For many years now, they have had licenses to create ornaments of many comic book characters. This cute Superman Christmas tree ornament was produced in 2017 and is a welcomed addition to my Superman collection.
Here we go with another bootleg Superman item. This is a bag of a pair of Superman cartoon socks made by an unknown company. The only label on this package is a UPC sticker that says “cartoon socks $3.49.” With a design looking similar to that of South Park, “Superman” appears on these socks with googly eyes and brown hair.
After the success of Mattel’s 11-inch line of figures, the company released 6-inch variants. The figures are a completely new sculpt from their larger line. This Superman figure comes with a cloth cape and has just 5-points of articulation.
One of the numerous pieces of merchandise to come out of the Justice League movie in 2017 was this 6-inch Superman figure. The figure has 12-points of articulation and comes with two interlocking “steel” I-beams.