Presto Magix Superman Saves Metropolis Dry Transfer Game (1978)

Here’s something I had a fun time working on when I was still a youngster.  This Presto Magix Dry Transfer Game, produced in 1978, is titled “Superman Saves Metropolis”.  It features a quad-fold panoramic view of Metropolis and had one sheet of dry transfer images.  It just took a pencil, and some lessons in scale perspective, to make a little masterpiece.  In addition to an image of Superman flying into action, the dry transfers featured…

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Parker Brothers Justice League of America Monopoly Collector’s Edition board game (1999)

When the Warner Bros Studio Store was closing its doors at our local mall back in 2001, the store had marked down almost all of their items for quick sale. All, of course, except the gallery items. Toward the end, when most of the merchandise was being picked clean, a stack of these Parker Brothers Justice League of America Monopoly Collector’s Edition board games were among the items left. The board game comes with eight custom pewter tokens which include Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. As an added bonus, the box also comes with…

Justice League Mad Libs (2004)

The now classic publication Mad Libs was given the DC Comics treatment with this Justice League Mad Libs booklet in 2004.  The booklet featured the adventures of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (John Stewart), The Flash (Wally West), Hawkgirl, and Martian Manhunter as if it were directly lifted from the Justice League animated series.

Barnes & Noble Batman v Superman Day signs and game card (2016)

Saturday, March 19th, 2016 was Batman v Superman Day at participating Barnes & Noble bookstores. During the officially sponsored Warner Bros. and DC Comics event, each attendee received a Batman v Superman game card with blank circles at the bottom. The objective was to go around to each “station” and answer trivia questions pertaining to that character. If the attendee got it right…

Knowledge Adventure Superman Activity Center (1996)

Here is the Knowledge Adventure Play Zone Superman Activity Center. In this box is a CD-ROM that worked on either Windows 95 or Macintosh 7.1. Among the activities included: writing a front page story for the Daily Planet, building a spaceship to send Superman to Earth, learning valuable safety tips, word searches, and more. This set of activity games were…