Here’s something I had a fun time working on when I was still a youngster. This Presto Magix Dry Transfer Game, produced in 1978, is titled “Superman Saves Metropolis”. It features a quad-fold panoramic view of Metropolis and had one sheet of dry transfer images. It just took a pencil, and some lessons in scale perspective, to make a little masterpiece. In addition to an image of Superman flying into action, the dry transfers featured various onlookers, Blams, Whooshes, Zaps, and some villains like Lex Luthor, Parasite, Metallo, and more.
Presto Magix was made by Paper Mate, a division of the Gillette Company.