Produced in 2018 by the Unemployed Philosophers Guild, this Superman Soap smells absolutely wonderful! The soap measures at 2.25-inches long, 1.5-inches wide, and 1-inch high and comes wrapped in a very colorful package that features a classic image of Superman breaking chains.
These are four Superman buttons originally produced by Ata-Boy in 2008. The buttons, each measuring at 1.25-inches in diameter, feature an array of designs including artwork from Jose Luiz Garcia-Lopez and Jerry Ordway. The buttons can still be found for sale at select Six Flags theme parks.
Under the banner of DC Comics Originals came this Superman Air Freshener in 2011. Produced by Toon Labs Ink, this air freshener features a bold image of Superman in mid transformation against an ‘S’ symbol background. The stunning artwork was done by José Luis García-López.
Produced by Hallmark in 2015, this is a Cubeez Superman tin gift box. Measuring at 3-inches, the lid of this box goes all the way to the “belt” base which lifts off to reveal a wonderful compartment for placing gift cards in or other cool small Superman gifts. The front features an image of Superman’s face (taken from the promotional artwork of Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez) and the back features a graphical design of Superman’s cape.
Another great collectible that was included in the 2017 Superman Legion of Collectors box was this amazing “Itʻs a bird, itʻs a plane, its Superman!” patch. The patch, measuring 3 and 3/4 inches, features a stylized interpretation of Jose Garcia Lopez’s classic artwork.
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 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.