Here is yet another product among a myriad of items promoting the film Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This is a box of Kellogg’s Batman v Superman Fruit Flavored Snacks. Originally produced in 2015, this product saw an extension well into 2017. Each box contains ten pouches of fruit snacks in assorted flavors. On the back of the box there is…
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.
This is a Flix Candy Superman Pop Ups that was released in 2016. It is a toy that contains one watermelon lollypop. To access the lollypop, a consumer pushes up a lever on the side of the handle which causes the head to split open in half as the lollypop is raised up.
Flix Candy was also successful in obtaining the rights to Disney characters which, of course, includes many Marvel characters. This line of DC Comics characters were modeled after the New 52 designs as is evident on the label and by the thin red collar band on this dispenser.
This is a 1/6th figure of Tyler Hoechlin as Superman from the CW television series Supergirl. The costume, cape and boots were offered as a limited run by Rise Collectible Toys in December of 2016 (produced in 2017). The head sculpt was crafted by the amazing Rocco Tartamella which I purchased in 2017. I ended up using a ZC Toys Emulated Figure that I had purchased for another planned custom to complete it. After painting the head sculpt and doing some slight repaints and costume modifications (including adding the missing…
This is a Superman pencil topper made of hard plastic. It was produced in the early 1970s in the United States by Chemtoy. This Superman figural pencil topper was also used by bakeries at the time as cake toppers. Superman was one of a few characters produced including Batman, Robin, Captain Marvel (Shazam!), and Supergirl.
This is the DC Direct 7-inch action figure based on the graphic novel All-Star Superman. Based on the art of Frank Quietly, the figure has nine points of articulation and comes with a DC Comics logo base.
First released in 2016, this Jelly Belly Superman Superhero Mix packet contains one ounce of “sparkling jelly beans” in various flavors. The packaging features an image of the New 52 Superman flying away from the Daily Planet building.