Produced by Koko’s Confectionery & Novelty in 2018, this is a Justice League Superman Light-Up Squeeze Candy with Toy. the wand area contains artificially flavored strawberry liquid candy. At the base is a yellow button that, when pushed, turns on an LED light that illuminates the red candy creating an appearance of a glow stick.
NJ Croce Co. Inc. has been churning out bendable figures for several years now. This is their Action Bend-Deez! wave of figures that have a completely original look as compared to their previous releases. Designed by artist Jason Meents, this bendable Superman figure stands at 4-inches tall and has a fabric cape.
Produced in 2015 by Schleich, the company that brought us the “arms folded” figurine, this Justice League Superman New 52 “ground punch” figurine is wonderfully sculpted. From the base to the flowing cape, it stands at just over 3.5 inches tall. This figurine was made in China for the Schleich GmbH company in Germany.
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…
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 unofficial Kirk Alyn Superman (blue/gray and burgundy version) 1/6th figure produced in 2019 by UnleashedViper Customs Creations in the Philippines. The head sculpt by Jho Artworks is phenomenal! Their work on the costume included some amazing work on the sweater-like sleeves. The boots were flocked…
This is a Comic Book Champions pewter Superman sculpture that was produced in 1996. It features a fantastic sculpture of Superman lifted directly from the cover art of Superman #1 in 1939. Behind the figurine is a small framed card featuring the cover art itself along with its details on the back of the card. This pewter sculpture was part of the DC Comics Premier Series. Comic Book Champions is a trademark of Racing Champions, Inc.