Produced in 2004 was this Justice League Unlimited Champion Checkers board game. In addition to playing an ordinary checkers game, there are three other ways to play. The other games involve specially designed character game pieces featuring many of the main characters in the show like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Martian Manhunter, and The Flash (Wally West). The board game was produced by Mattel.
In 2006, the United States Postal Service offered DC Comics superhero stamps. Back during the 2006 San Diego Comic Con you could purchase a DC Comics envelope with a special “First Day of Issue” stamp cancellation. It also came with a fantastic lithograph of various DC characters. This is a cancellation of a Green Arrow stamp with a Superman lithograph featuring the artwork of Jose Garcia Lopez.
Here’s another candy treat from 2006. Imaginings 3 released this Superman Pop Pals Lollipop which has an artificially flavored watermelon candy. Within its clear plastic handle is a Superman figurine in a heroic pose.
Bath products have long been a favorite character marketing tool. This is a Superman Bubble Bath bottle from 2006 produced by Cosrich Group, Inc. This 16-ounce bottle contained a berry scented liquid soap. The bottle is molded in blue plastic, has a red cap, and has two stickers (front and rear).
Produced in 2000 by the Tin Box Company, this is a lunchbox style Superman tin. The lid is embossed and features artwork of Superman breaking chains. Unlike the old Thermos lunch boxes…
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.
Here is a Superman Retro Alarm Clock by TimeLink. Produced in 2004, this clock is made of metal, has a Superman ’S’ symbol on its face, and has a blue housing. Although this clock does have a great retro style it isn’t a wind-up clock and requires two AA batteries.