These are eye catching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice commemorative coins produced in 2016 by an unknown company. Each coin has the identical design featuring Henry Cavill as Superman and Ben Affleck as Batman against the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie logo.
Hallmark produced this Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice “You Can Do Anything” birthday card in 2016. The cover features stylized black and white artwork of Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman against a red tinted city street scene. The cover reads, “You can do anything when you set your mind to it.” The inside of the card reads, “Can’t wait to see what this year brings!”
Here’s a Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Blu-ray released in 2016 and sold at Walmart. At purchase, it included a digital HD copy by scanning the receipt using a Walmart app. This is a no-frills release and features the original theatrical cut of the film.
Here is a motion control RC Flying Superman produced by Rooftop Brands in 2016. It comes with a “chibi” style Superman figure that has rotors coming out of its head. Included in the box is a wireless hand-held remote controller in the shape of an ’S’ symbol that has no physical controls. Instead, the operator can move the controller up, down left, or right and can guide the flying figure wherever they desire. The box specifies that the RC Superman is to be used indoors only and can be charged by using a USB cable.
Another collectible based on the animated series Justice League Action. This is pack one of the Mighty Minis line of figures that contains Superman, Lobo, Hawkman, and Darkseid’s head which was seemingly lopped off in battle. No… actually it’s a build-a-figure piece that, when you collect all for packs in the series, connects with other pieces to create a full Darkseid Mighty Minis figure.
Produced in 2016 as part of the marketing for the motion picture Justice League was this great looking Hot Wheels Character Cars vehicle. The 1/64th scale die-cast car is called a “racer” and is an all original design that’s stylish and has a sculpted back portion that resembles a flowing red cape. The blue paint job has fine detail that mimics the design on Henry Cavill’s Superman suit. The card that the car is on displays…
During the onslaught of merchandise for the 2016 Warner Bros. motion picture Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, there were a decent share of back-to-school items. This is a Superman portfolio folder produced by Innovative Designs, LLC. The cover features the teaser image of Henry Cavill as Superman with tear areas in the shape of a Batman logo over his eyes. On the back is artwork of…
In 2016, the company Zimpli Kids produced this Superman Kryptonite Green Gelli Baff and bendable figure set. The “Gelli Baff” is a powder which, when added to bath water, turns it into bubbly goo. When you add the “dissolver” powder, the goo turns back into liquid and can be easily rinsed down the drain. The label says that the goo is biodegradable. The bendable figure is a re-release of the NJ Croce Superman figure produced in 2013. The figure is designed after…
Made in China for Zak Designs in Spokane Washington was this Tritan Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice drinking bottle. Sold in 2016, during the promotion of the film, this dark tinted 25 oz/739 ml transparent drinking bottle has a removable lid and a drinking spout. The face of the bottle features the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice logo.
Among the goodies within the Superman Legion of Collectors box released in 2017 was this exclusive Pop! Heroes Classic Superman vinyl figure (copyrighted 2016). Number 159 in the series, this figure features Superman in his classic suit with a lighter blue hue and red trunks standing in a heroic pose with his fists at his hips.