Superman Coin Holder Key Chain (1997)

Many collectibles were produced in conjunction with the 1990s television show Superman: The Animated Series. This is a Superman Coin Holder Keychain from 1997. It’s a yellow leather-like rear zippered pouch that was designed to resemble a bolt of lightning. The printed color design on its face says…


Superman Whistle Clock Lanyard (2001)

Sold at the Warner Bros. Studio Store, this whistle on a lanyard was released in 2001. Not only is it a useful tool to alert someone in an emergency, but it also has a built-in basic digital clock. The lanyard features Velcro-like ends for easy removal and has repetitive images of an ’S’ symbol with a Bruce Timm style Superman above each of them.

Vandor “Wrong” Superman ceramic mug (2005)

Vandor Superman “Wrong” mug (2005)

From the company Vandor came this Superman “Wrong” mug. It’s called “Wrong” because of the quote used in the speech balloon which says:

“I have my faults but being wrong isn’t one of them.”

I’m not sure why the makers gave Superman a variation on a quote from…


Superman Pencil and Topper (1999)

In 1999, DC Comics released this Superman pencil with a sculpted Superman head as a topper.  The pencil, made in Thailand, is decorated with ‘S’ symbols.  Unless I’ve missed my guess…


Unique Superman Blowouts (1996)

Produced in conjunction with the marketing of the Kids WB show Superman: The Animated Series was this pack of eight blowouts.  Found in the party aisle in 1996 and used for Forth of July festivities, birthdays, and more, these blowouts are not noisemakers but are fun nonetheless.  These packs were made in China and produced by Unique Party Favors in Canada.


Takara Tomy Superman BE@RBRICK ChoroQ figure and vehicle (2007)

This cute and unusual Superman collectible was made by two Japanese companies in 2007.  The cute figure comes from a then popular line of toys called BE@RBRICK that was produced by Medicom and the vehicle…


BOOTLEG: Huaan “Superman” Pen – China (2017)

One day, I stopped at a gas station, walked into the food mart to get a drink and pre-pay for the gas.  While at the register, I looked to my left and noticed a shelf of small plastic containers filled with wrapped character pens.  Now because I am who I am, I immediately saw the “Superman” pen.

This is a standard cheaply produced pen with a “Superman-like” rubber character.  Technically, this character has…