Koko’s Justice League Superman Light-Up Squeeze Candy with Toy (2018)

Produced by Koko’s Confectionery & Novelty in 2018, this is a Justice League Superman Light-Up Squeeze Candy with Toy. the wand area contains artificially flavored strawberry liquid candy. At the base is a yellow button that, when pushed, turns on an LED light that illuminates the red candy creating an appearance of a glow stick.

PEZ Justice League Superman dispenser (2017)

Here is a Justice League movie Superman PEZ dispenser. This carded package contains a Superman dispenser, in the loose likeness of Henry Cavill, and three packs of candy. The dispenser is basically taken from the same mold as used for PEZ’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice product in new packaging. The others available at the time were Batman, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman.

Candyrific Superman candy fan (2013)

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.

Radz Superman candy dispenser (2018)

This is a Superman candy dispenser produced by Radz II, LLC., a division of Excell Brands Company in Des Moines, Iowa. The dispenser has a removable head of molded plastic “hair” that reveals an opening to load the included candy in. Once the “hair” is replaced, you can slide the hair backward to dispense the candy which comes out of the figure’s mouth when it opens to reveal the candy sitting on its tongue. The dispenser also has…

Whitman’s assorted chocolates Superman tins (1998)

The popular chocolate company Whitman’s produced these 1 3/4 ounce tin boxes of assorted chocolates back in 1998. The tins came in two styles. One was a blue tin with a Superman ’S’ symbol on it and the other was an image of Superman flying in the style of artist Bruce Timm. This was a tie-in to the then running Superman: The Animated Series. Each tin of chocolates was sold separately.