Here’s an unopened McDonald’s Happy Meal toy promoting the Justice League Action animated series in 2018. This Superman/Wonder Woman Magnetic Grabber is designed to be a shared character toy meaning that it can either be decorated in Superman stickers or Wonder Woman stickers (or both if you prefer). The plastic “horseshoe” tip contains two magnets. When you extend the telescoping arm…
Here is one of the many Superman products released in 2006 by Party Express, a sub brand of Hallmark. This is a pack of sixteen Superman 2-ply party napkins featuring a bold promotional image of the character on the top of the napkin and an ‘S’ symbol on the other side.
The arcade game Injustice: Gods Among Us that took gaming centers by storm released a second series of arcade cards. This is a Man of Steel movie variant that could unlock gameplay of the Henry Cavill version of Superman. Playing as the Man of Steel Superman, a player had the ability to use a “Flying Punch”, “Ground Smash”, “Kryptonian Smash”, and “Flying Blows”.
This is a Father’s Day greeting card that was released by Hallmark in 2007. Its cover is a reprint of Superman number 201 from November of 1967.
As simple as this card is, it falls into the category of “extra special” to me.
This is reportedly a very rare Superman collectible. This copy of Politikin Zabavnik (which loosely translated to English means “political entertainment”) from Serbia is made of pulp and measures thirteen inches high by nearly ten inches wide which is very close to treasury size. Its cover displays an interesting artistic representation of…
Here is another unopened Wizard magazine. This copy is cover dated October 1999 and features the bold artwork of Ed McGuinness on the cover. An article in the magazine briefly covers the plans DC Comics had for the upcoming Y2K storyline. (Wow, that seems so long ago now.) There is also coverage about…
This is a Superman On Sale Here poster that was sent to comicbook shops in 1989 to promote the upcoming Superman titles. The poster shows off the enormous artistic talent of the great Jerry Ordway. For those of you who know your Superman history, this poster design is an homage to the cover of Superman number 1 drawn by the legendary Joe Shuster for its landmark 1939 debut which was celebrating its fiftieth anniversary at the time.
These days, there are those who feel that the ever popular footwear known as Crocs would be naked without stylish adornment. The people that created Crocs answered that call and created Jibbitz. Here are two Superman Jibbitz shoe charms that are made in China of soft rubber. The ‘S’ symbols are not flat, they are raised and look great.
Those of you who remember the advertising for Superman in the mid-to-late 1990s will surely remember the slogan, “Don’t Mess With the S!” This deep blue ceramic mug was purchased at the Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois back in 1998 (my first year there) and it definitely shows off that slogan proudly.
Happy Superman Day everyone!
Although I don’t have an original box… yet… this is an original Atari 2600 Superman Game instructions as well as two game cartridges. The cartridge on the left is the original version and the one on the right is the version that was released soon after with the Superman graphical treatment as seen on the box cover and instruction booklet.
This is a Mattel Justice League movie 11-inch Superman Stealth Suit figure released in 2017. As it was with previous DC Comics movie figures, this Superman figure has been given a different color scheme by shading his dark blue outfit with black areas from the feet up with a digital-style break-up pattern around his abs.