This is a Superman gift bag produced by Enesco in 1987. The blue bag stands at six inches tall and features the artwork of Jose Garcia Lopez showing Superman flying away from the city and the Superman logo above it.
In honor of the passing of Margot Kidder… Lois Lane.
This is a Superman II: The Adventure Continues DC Special Series treasury sized book. The book is filled with behind the scenes stories, interviews with cast and few members, and huge color and black-and-white photos from the production of the movie. The book even includes ads for the Superman telephone, the Atari video game, and the Movieland Wax Museum statue.
Produced by Avon in 1978 was this Superman Bubble Bath. This figural container features a bold image of Superman standing atop buildings with his arms folded. The upper torso of the figure serves as the bottle’s cap cover and has a plastic cape.
In 2008, Party Express (a division of Hallmark) produced this Superman figural candle. The sculpt is a bust of Superman against a yellow skyline of Metropolis and the candle wick is placed right atop the Daily Planet globe. The card that the candle is on implies that Superman is breaking chains.
The 1980 motion picture Superman II, starring Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent / Superman, was released on home video. This is the VHS release of the movie that was sold in 1987 by Warner Home Video, the same year as my copy of the home video release of Superman III and the theatrical release of Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.
Utilizing the artistic stylings of Bruce Timm, Stone Arch Books published this story book titled Superman An Origin Story. Released in 2015, this perfect bound book tells the story of Superman’s journey from a baby being rocketed to Earth from the dying planet Krypton, to growing up with the Kents, to working at the Daily Planet, and leads to a story about…
This is an unopened packet of Superman: The Movie trading cards. Produced by Topps in 1978, the entire set of series one cards totaled seventy-seven and also came with great silver “foil” stickers. On the backs of some of the cards were sections of larger images that, when placed together, created a larger image from the film. The packet contains…