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.
This “I Am Superman” patch was available everywhere in Metropolis Illinois beginning in the 1990s. Its bold Superman ‘S’ symbol really pops within its red and blue surroundings. In hindsight, in all my years of visiting the Superman Celebration in those days, I’m saddened that I didn’t think to buy more than one of these.
Another great collectible that was included in the 2017 Superman Legion of Collectors box was this amazing “Itʻs a bird, itʻs a plane, its Superman!” patch. The patch, measuring 3 and 3/4 inches, features a stylized interpretation of Jose Garcia Lopez’s classic artwork.
This is the 1970 version of the Ben Cooper Superman costume with its original box. The costume features flame retardant materials and comes with a vinyl cape and plastic “domino” mask. It’s amazing to me that these costumes cost only $2.96 at the time. This version of the costume continued to be sold through the early 1970s until they revised the costume’s material and included a face mask instead of the domino mask.
This is a two-pack of Superman men’s crew socks by Bioworld. Produced in 2013, the socks are made of a different combination of materials. Sock one is made of 98% polyester and 2% spandex, while sock two is made of 68% acrylic, 30% polyester, and 2% spandex. The design on sock one features the art of Jim Lee while sock two features red ʻSʻ symbols against a black field.
In 2013, the company Concept One Accessories produced this great looking Superman ball cap. The cap depicts selected panels from the 1959 comic Action Comics number 252 in which Supergirl (Kara Zor-El) makes her first appearance. The specific panels are from…
Here is the commemorative T-shirt for the 2001 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois. The special guests in 2001 were Jeff East (Clark Kent), Valerie Perrine (Miss Eve Teschmacher), Sarah Douglas (Ursa), Jack O’Halloran (Non), and the first lady of Metropolis Noel Neill.
Found in party aisles and party specialty shops was this Justice League Party Hat sold in 2016. Made by DesignWare, this hat (or cap) is made of blue plastic and is adorned with two stickers, the sticker on the upper portion of the cap features the New 52 versions of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), and The Flash. The sticker on the brim features…
This ball cap was produced in 2006 and was used as a giveaway to promote the motion picture Superman Returns. The cap, which was made in Bagladesh, features an embroidered ’S’ symbol in the style of the movie it promotes.
Every year on the second weekend in June is the Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois. This is the commemorative T-shirt that was sold at the 2002 celebration.