Produced by Hallmark in 2015, this is a Cubeez Superman tin gift box. Measuring at 3-inches, the lid of this box goes all the way to the “belt” base which lifts off to reveal a wonderful compartment for placing gift cards in or other cool small Superman gifts. The front features an image of Superman’s face (taken from the promotional artwork of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez) and the back features a graphical design of Superman’s cape.
Hallmark has long been one of the pinnacles of ornament making companies. For many years now, they have had licenses to create ornaments of many comic book characters. This cute Superman Christmas tree ornament was produced in 2017 and is a welcomed addition to my Superman collection.
A perfect birthday cake topper for Superman fans! This is a Superman Candle Holder Set produced by Wilton (a division of The Pillsbury Company) in 1979. The box comes with candle holders and plastic buildings, which include the Daily Planet, that are designed to be arranged on a cake. It also comes with a plastic flat Superman figure in a flying pose that can be…
Here are more party favors from Party Express. This is a carded set of four Superman pencils. Produced in 2006, these are standard pencils which were painted blue. The ’S’ symbols at the tops of the pencils are not erasers, but are decorative molded plastic.
Although Hallmark has had numerous Superman ornaments over the years, Kurt S. Adler, Inc. has had their share. This painted resin Superman ornament features the Man of Steel in his classic bold flight pose and has a gold thread loop to hang it from a tree or anywhere.
Here is a Hallmark Keepsake Superman Comic Book Heroes ornament. Produced in 2008, this ornament features a wonderful 3-dimensional sculpt of Superman bursting out of a comic book. If it would stop there, this ornament would be great enough… but it doesn’t. The comic book that the half-figure is on actually opens up to reveal…
In 2008, Party Express (a division of Hallmark) produced this Superman figural candle. The sculpt is a bust of Superman against a yellow skyline of Metropolis and the candle wick is placed right atop the Daily Planet globe. The card that the candle is on implies that Superman is breaking chains.