Hot Wheels Lexcorp Jet Takeoff (2007)

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.

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Wal-Mart Exclusive Justice League of America and Superman 100-Page Comic Giant (2018)

Offered exclusively in 2018 at Wal-Mart stores are these Justice League of America and Superman 100-Page Comic Giant comic books. With a nod to the classic 100-page comics of the 1970s, both covers are vibrant and eye-catching. Both comics are packed with stories, some new and some reprinted, that is sure to get both old and newcomers to DC Comics characters excited.

Action Comics #600 (1988)

This is a copy of Action Comics number 600 published in 1988 by DC Comics when Superman was celebrating his 50th birthday. It contains multiple stories by numerous writers and artists.

The first story, written by John Byrne and illustrated by Byrne and George Perez, begins with that awkward kiss and exchange between Superman and Wonder Woman. The story quickly soars headlong into an adventure on Olympus where the two heroes are deep in a deception by none other than the evil…

Mattel Superman Batman: Public Enemies action figure 3-pack (2009)

Here is an action figure 3-pack featuring Superman, Lex Luthor, and Power Girl released by Mattel in 2009. This set is based on the direct-to-video animated movie Superman Batman: Public Enemies (which is based on the comic storyline Public Enemies) starring Tim Daly as Superman, Kevin Conroy as Batman, Clancy Brown as Lex Luthor, and Allison Mack as Power Girl. The Luthor figure is one of two in the series and is in his power suit.

Skybox Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman trading card set (1995)

During the height of the popularity of the ABC television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Skybox released a set of trading cards based on the show in 1995. Each card featured a screen capture from either the pilot or a later episode. There was a total of 90 cards (including the checklist), 6 holochip etched foil cards with art by Julie Bell and Boris Vallejo, 9 foil cards with a puzzle on the back, and 6 differently colored ’S’ symbol temporary tattoos. Happily, I was able to get my hands on…