Given away as promotional items at comic book stores in 2013, this is a bookmark that features the New 52 artwork of Jim Lee but its primary goal was to promote the then upcoming Warner Bros. motion picture Man of Steel.
This is a copy of Muscle & Fitness magazine volume 74 number 7 cover dated July 2013. The cover features a promotional photo of Henry Cavill as Superman. A 6-page article covers the production of the motion picture Man of Steel and Cavill’s journey toward increasing his muscle mass for the film.
This Superman Secret Superpowers children’s book was produced by Bendon in 2013. The book is 8 1/2 inches tall and made of thick cardboard with 4 interior cardboard pages. It generally covers Superman’s abilities like flight, x-ray vision, super-strength, and super-speed while featuring some bold and wonderful artwork.
In preparation for the opening of the 2013 motion picture Man of Steel, Wal-Mart offered special Premiere Night tickets to see the film. Here are three of the ticket stubs which feature a bold image of Henry Cavill as Superman. The middle stub still has the lower portion attached which means it was never used.
This is a Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts box featuring promotion for the 2013 Warner Bros. motion picture Man of Steel. During the promotion, all boxes of Kellogg’s products claimed that “you could win Superman’s powers.” After entering the contest by following a few steps, you had a chance at winning either airline tickets (flight), a personal trainer (strength), a car (speed), or movie tickets (vision), as well as some other prizes.
This is a Superman candy fan that was produced in 2013 by Candyrific. The lower portion of this “wand” contains flavored candy beads in various colors within a clear container. The upper portion is a fan powered by a AA battery with a rubber figural Superman either holding it up or flying it. When the yellow button beneath the figure is pressed, the fan is activated.
This is a packet of four sheets of holographic and regular stickers. Produced in 2013 by PMG, Inc. under the line Stickerfitti, each sheet features stylized artwork of Superman and is just one example of the various merchandise released to promote the motion picture Man of Steel.