Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 1/6th scale Superman statue (2016)

Here is a DC Collectibles Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 1/6th scale Superman statue released in 2016. When assembled on its base, it stands at an overall height of fourteen inches. It has a cloth cape with a wire running through it so that it can be poseable. The pose of the figure is very reminiscent of…

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Hollywood Spotlight Justice League movie magazine (2017)

This ninety-eight page book includes hefty coverage of the 2017 motion picture Justice League. The cover features an image of the DC Films Trinity… Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ben Affleck as Batman, and Henry Cavill as Superman as well as inset images of Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. There are articles breaking down the history of each character and information on other characters that will appear in the film.

Entertainment Weekly #872 (2006)

The cover of this copy of Entertainment Weekly number 872, cover dated April 14, 2006, features a bold photo of Brandon Routh as Superman flying. During the high anticipation for the film Superman Returns, the magazine included two pages of “EW Pop Quiz” to the film. The last part of the “quiz” contained questions about…

Mattel Justice League movie 11-inch Superman figure (2017)

Continuing the line of 11-inch vinyl figures, Mattel released a number of figures based on the 2017 motion picture Justice League.  This is the Superman figure based loosely on a likeness of Henry Cavill.  The figure has nine points of articulation and a cloth cape.

This Superman figure is basically the same as its predecessor, the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice figure, in different packaging.  What’s unusual about both versions is…

Star Battles magazine (1978)

Published in winter of 1978, this issue of Star Battles, by Stories, Layouts and Press, Inc., has a dynamic cover featuring a bold image of Christopher Reeve as Superman in the now classic “pointing skyward” pose. Beside him is Richard Hatch as Apollo from Battlestar Galactica. The magazine contains an eight-page article about Superman: The Movie (which continues on later pages), a six-page article about…