The popular animated series Justice League Action was featured in McDonald’s Happy Meal toys in 2018. This is an unused Happy Meal box that was given out at the time. The box features the character artwork of Superman, Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batman, Batgirl, and The Flash. There is also an ad on it encouraging kids to ask their parent’s permission to download the McPlay app which allowed you to “create your own comic.”
This is a MEGO Superman figure produced in 1971 and is among the first run of MEGO’s World’s Greatest Super Heroes line. I had been gifted this Superman figure as a child (one of two) and loved it so much that I played with it almost non-stop along with the other MEGO DC and Marvel heroes that I had at the time. The other Superman figure…
Continuing with my additions of Superman Celebration memorabilia from Metropolis Illinois, this version of the “Metropolis: Home of Superman” magnet features artwork of Superman flying in a horizontal position against a sky background within an ’S’ symbol shape. It measures 2-and-a-half inches high and has shiny almost metallic paint.
In its day, the Warner Bros. Studio Store was a treasure trove of goodies. As a Superman fan, I found myself spending quite a long time in the store looking at all the collectibles. One of my acquisitions there back in 1998 was this Superman Bean Bag figure which stands at 10.5 inches tall. The interesting thing about this stuffed figure is that only the upper torso, shoulders, and lower legs are filled with “beans” and the rest is filled with fiber.
This is an issue of TV Guide for the week of April 21-27, 1956. The magazine features actress Nanette Fabray on the cover known for her work on Sid Ceasar’s Your Show of Shows and, later, on the TV series One Day at a Time. However, the real reason this is in my collection is because within this magazine is a full-page ad for…
This is the program for the 2003 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois. In it is the complete schedule of events that took place then and included bios of special guests Noel Neill, Yvonne Craig, Bob Holiday, and artist Steve Rude. There is even a coupon for the Six Flags roller coaster Superman: Ultimate Flight.
Setting up the beginning of a tale of about a confrontation between Superman and his arch nemesis Lex Luthor was what this Hot Wheels Lexcorp Jet Takeoff set was all about. Produced in 2007 by Mattel, the carded set features a Superman jet powered vehicle, a translucent green Lexcorp Jet (with purple trimming) that has a propeller at the rear, and a 1.5-inch Superman figurine in an action pose.