3 Topps Superman: The Movie Trading Cards (1978*) – signed by Sarah Douglas, Valerie Perrine, and Jack O’Halloran

Back in 2001, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting three stars from Superman: The Movie (1978) and Superman II (1980) at that year’s Superman Celebration in Metropolis, Illinois.  Sarah Douglas (who played Ursa), Valerie Perrine (who played Miss Eve Teschmacher), and Jack O’Halloran (who played Non).  Knowing that they’d be there, I brought along…

Mattel Justice League movie 11-inch Superman figure (2017)

Continuing the line of 11-inch vinyl figures, Mattel released a number of figures based on the 2017 motion picture Justice League.  This is the Superman figure based loosely on a likeness of Henry Cavill.  The figure has nine points of articulation and a cloth cape.

This Superman figure is basically the same as its predecessor, the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice figure, in different packaging.  What’s unusual about both versions is…

The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2016)

Here is the 2016 edition of the DC Comics Encyclopedia.  This very heavy hardcover book contains artwork and facts of over one-thousand DC Comics characters.  The cover, and much of the art within, is focused on the DC Comics Rebirth continuity and even features…

Superman: Miracle Monday novel (1981)

Produced by Warner Books in 1981, this was the second in a series of Superman novels. the first was Superman: Last Son of Krypton. This book tells the tale of a criminal named C.W. Saturn who has a maniacal laugh and a penchant for chaos. As the synopsis reads, “the superhero now stripped of his Clark Kent alias and fighting an enemy whose…

Mattel DC Universe Infinite Heroes Crisis Series 3-pack #3 (2008)

In the mid to late 2000s, Mattel produced a line of DC Comics figures under the DC Universe title. The four-inch figures were boasted a wide range of characters from the world of DC. This three-pack included Superman, Supergirl, and Wonder Girl (Cassandra “Cassie” Sandsmark). The back of the packaging featured “The Monitor Files” of each character in the set which were statistics.

It appeared as though these figures were an answer to Hasbro’s Marvel figures which were at about the same scale. Sadly, the big difference between them was…