Enesco Superman gift bag (1987)

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.

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Enesco Superman vinyl placemat (1987)

In 1987, Enesco Imports Corporation was granted a license by DC Comics to produce superhero merchandise. This is a Superman vinyl placemat which is approximately twenty-two inches wide and eight-and-a-half inches high featuring the artwork of Jose Garcia Lopez against an array of symmetrical yellow zig-zag patterns and three ’S’ symbols. The then only three year old revised Superman title logo (with a rounded ‘U’) is in a prominent position at the top of the placemat.

2006 San Diego Comic Con Stamp Cancellation and Lithograph (2006)

In 2006, the United States Postal Service offered DC Comics superhero stamps. Back during the 2006 San Diego Comic Con you could purchase a DC Comics envelope with a special “First Day of Issue” stamp cancellation. It also came with a fantastic lithograph of various DC characters. This is a cancellation of a Green Arrow stamp with a Superman lithograph featuring the artwork of Jose Garcia Lopez.

Bandai Namco DC Super Heroes Superman arcade card (2017)

Andamiro / Bandai Namco Amusements has released a DC Super Heroes coin and card pusher arcade game. Found in various arcades throughout the world, the game has four sides which display different DC Comics heroes per side: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash. The game not only pushes tokens for “tickets” (sometimes awarded as “points” on the swipe card), but it features collectible character cards with stats on the reverse side. The cards…

Aquarius Superman Playing Cards (2014)

First released in 2014, here is a box of Aquarius Superman Playing Cards. Each card features a different image celebrating the various artists, covers and logos through the character’s nearly 80 year history.

What I think is quite interesting is that the box…