Produced in 2015 by Schleich, the company that brought us the “arms folded” figurine, this Justice League Superman New 52 “ground punch” figurine is wonderfully sculpted. From the base to the flowing cape, it stands at just over 3.5 inches tall. This figurine was made in China for the Schleich GmbH company in Germany.
Setting up the beginning of a tale of about a confrontation between Superman and his arch nemesis Lex Luthor was what this Hot Wheels Lexcorp Jet Takeoff set was all about. Produced in 2007 by Mattel, the carded set features a Superman jet powered vehicle, a translucent green Lexcorp Jet (with purple trimming) that has a propeller at the rear, and a 1.5-inch Superman figurine in an action pose.
This is a Comic Book Champions pewter Superman sculpture that was produced in 1996. It features a fantastic sculpture of Superman lifted directly from the cover art of Superman #1 in 1939. Behind the figurine is a small framed card featuring the cover art itself along with its details on the back of the card. This pewter sculpture was part of the DC Comics Premier Series. Comic Book Champions is a trademark of Racing Champions, Inc.
Here is a die-cast metal Justice League movie Superman figurine produced by Jada Toys under their “Metalfigs” line. The figurine stands at 2.5 inches tall and has a metallic paint finish to the blue costume.
Produced in Japan by Kadokawa, this is a Putitto Series Justice League Superman “Fly Off” figurine in his New 52 outfit. Each figurine is designed to hand on a drinking cup or glass. The titles of each figure denote the pose in which they are in. This one stands at 2.5-inches tall. There are six figurines in this wave…
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.
As if Funko hasn’t had enough phenomenal success with their Pop figures, they also produce a completely different line of cutesy collectibles called Dorbz. Here is number 407 in its long list. This Superman figurine is made of vinyl and has a hefty ’S’ curl on its forehead. These figures are designed without actual legs but are painted to look as if they do.It may not seem like it, but these figures are balanced to stand on their own perfectly.