The world famous, and now worldwide, Japanese toy maker Bandai was granted the license by DC Comics to produce a series of products of their characters. This is a Justice League Superman strawberry lollipop. This limited edition lollipop has a bubble gum core. The packet also comes with DC Comics stickers.
Here’s another candy treat from 2006. Imaginings 3 released this Superman Pop Pals Lollipop which has an artificially flavored watermelon candy. Within its clear plastic handle is a Superman figurine in a heroic pose.
This is a Flix Candy Superman Pop Ups that was released in 2016. It is a toy that contains one watermelon lollypop. To access the lollypop, a consumer pushes up a lever on the side of the handle which causes the head to split open in half as the lollypop is raised up.
Flix Candy was also successful in obtaining the rights to Disney characters which, of course, includes many Marvel characters. This line of DC Comics characters were modeled after the New 52 designs as is evident on the label and by the thin red collar band on this dispenser.
This is a Superman Cap Candy Spin Pop released in 2005. The figural Superman was made by Hasbro and OddzOn Inc. and has a “Fresh Strawberry” Chupa Chupa lollypop in its head. The battery powered figure is designed so that…