Superman II: The Adventure Continues DC Special Series book (1981)

In honor of the passing of Margot Kidder… Lois Lane.

This is a Superman II: The Adventure Continues DC Special Series treasury sized book. The book is filled with behind the scenes stories, interviews with cast and few members, and huge color and black-and-white photos from the production of the movie. The book even includes ads for the Superman telephone, the Atari video game, and the Movieland Wax Museum statue.

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Faster Than a Speeding Bullet poster (1994)

The poster features Superman (in his then long, flowing hair) swooping in to save Lois Lane from a barrage of bullets. The poster on the wall beside Superman possibly explains why the attempt on Lois’ life is taking place. This wonderful work of art was painted by artist/sculptor Joe DeVito who also worked on…

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…

Action Comics #500 (1979)

Welcome to the 500th Superman Collectible on this WordPress site!

In celebration, here is a copy of Action Comics number 500 published in 1979. It features a dynamic cover by Ross Andrew and Dick Giordano. On the cover are Superman, Lois Lane, and Supergirl referring to copy of the 500th issue. These types of covers are known as “infinity covers” since they appear to go on forever. The issue itself contains…

Superman #162 (1963)

Long before there was ever a title called “Elseworlds”, DC Comics stories that took place outside of the established timeline were known as an “Imaginary Tale” or an “Imaginary Novel”. This is a copy of Superman number 162 from 1963 in which Superman attempts to duplicate himself to solve the world’s problems. Subjecting himself to various forms of Kryptonite, he ends up…