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 a copy of Muscle & Fitness magazine volume 74 number 7 cover dated July 2013. The cover features a promotional photo of Henry Cavill as Superman. A 6-page article covers the production of the motion picture Man of Steel and Cavill’s journey toward increasing his muscle mass for the film.
This is a program from the 2018 celebration which features amazing artwork by artist Jon Pinto which was created exclusively for the event which celebrated its 40th anniversary. The program features an event map, a tribute to Margot Kidder, a detailed schedule, bios of all the guests including Brandon Routh, Ilya Salkind, Jack O’Halloran, Jeff East, Aaron Smolinski, John Haymes Newton, Alex Saviuk and many others.
This Superman Secret Superpowers children’s book was produced by Bendon in 2013. The book is 8 1/2 inches tall and made of thick cardboard with 4 interior cardboard pages. It generally covers Superman’s abilities like flight, x-ray vision, super-strength, and super-speed while featuring some bold and wonderful artwork.
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.
Adventures Along the Ohio River is a free publication by the Metropolis Planet, the weekly newspaper of the city of Metropolis Illinois. This is the Summer 2001 magazine that could be found everywhere in Metropolis just prior to (and during) the annual Superman Celebration. On the cover is Scott Cranford, greeting a young Superman fan alongside the Super Museum, who portrayed the city’s hero in those days at every celebration.
This is a copy of Hollywood Spotlight Collector’s Edition Superman magazine. This “Ultimate Guide” contains an amazing 98-pages of Superman history with no ads! The book winds its way through Superman’s existence from his creation by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster to the rumblings about what’s next for Henry Cavill.