Produced by Koko’s Confectionery & Novelty in 2018, this is a Justice League Superman Light-Up Squeeze Candy with Toy. the wand area contains artificially flavored strawberry liquid candy. At the base is a yellow button that, when pushed, turns on an LED light that illuminates the red candy creating an appearance of a glow stick.
This is a copy of The Daily Planet Guide to Metropolis: The City of Tomorrow published by WEG in 2000. This book is a wealth of creative knowledge about the city. From the general history of Metropolis to the intricacies of businesses and buildings like Bessolo Bistro, Kurtzberg Bakery, Shuster Hall, Centennial Hotel, the Newstime building, and many, many others. There are numerous other mentions of locations throughout the city like Perez Park, Maggin Gardens, Metropolis Overstreet Mall, and many more.
These are four Superman buttons originally produced by Ata-Boy in 2008. The buttons, each measuring at 1.25-inches in diameter, feature an array of designs including artwork from Jose Luiz Garcia-Lopez and Jerry Ordway. The buttons can still be found for sale at select Six Flags theme parks.
Peachtree Playthings, headquartered in Atlanta Georgia, produced this Superman Magic Towel in 2015. This little compressed wafer of cloth, measuring 2-inches by 2-inches, will unfold and expand when placed in water (after taking off the cellophane and front and back labels, of course).
As part of the marketing celebrating Superman’s 50th birthday, Pan Entertainment Marketing Inc. was granted the license to produce this Superman Incredible Glider. Simply made of brightly printed card stock, the Superman figure pieces could be removed at its perforation areas and assembled.
This is a Justice League jumbo coloring book published in 2003 by Dalmatian Press and based on the animated series that aired on Cartoon Network. When they say “jumbo,” they mean “JUMBO!” This book contains over 100 pages of coloring pages, puzzles, and fun.
Hallmark’s brand Party Express sure came up with some interesting Superman party favors back in 2006. This is a pack of four foam gliders that the lucky recipient could remove the pieces from their surrounding yellow cards and assemble the cape to the figure. Additional clear plastic pieces were included that were designed to slip over Superman’s face as a weight.
This little guy is a Superman Figural Keyring (keychain) produced by Monogram International Inc. (M.I.I.) in 2015. Made of rubber from a single mold, it was designed with the figure’s arms out to its side. The figure does not stand on its own, but is still a very cute keyring to take anywhere.