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.
During the 2003 Superman Celebration in Metropolis Illinois, the town was actively celebrating twenty-five years of being the “Home of Superman”. Among the various commemorative collectibles was this 25 Years pin and ribbon. Its blue pin proudly displays the ’S’ symbol along with the “25 Years” font.
Among the goodies found in the Superman Legion of Collectors box in 2017 was this very striking lapel pin. Produced by Funko, this pin features a waist-up image of a Bronze Age Superman with his fists on his hips against an art deco style field.
The original official Superman fan club was known as the Supermen of America and it began in 1939. By 1966, it was simply called the Superman Club.
These buttons (or pins), which are three-and-a-half inches in diameter, were sold in selected stores for thirty-nine cents. They were manufactured by…
This is a set of four buttons produced in 2013 by Ata-Boy for the DC Comics Originals brand. Each button is 1.25 inches in diameter and are of four characters: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash from the New 52 continuity.
In 1988, DC Comics released this set of Superman pins. The set featured a history of Superman with four differently shaped pins with art by four artists: Joe Shuster, Curt Swan, John Byrne and Jerry Ordway.
In addition to the phenomenal success of Pop! figures, Funko released as series of Pop! Pins. Here is a two pin set from 2015 that features Batman and Superman.
The Warner Bros. Studio Store was a great place to visit if you were a DC Comics superhero fan. Within each store was the Warner Bros. Studio Store Gallery which housed many lithographs, animation cells, statuettes and more.
Among the many great collectibles there, a fan could find this Superman Commemorative Pin and Lithograph set. There were four pins in all…
This Superman pin was so popular that it was included in every release rotation beginning in 1945. It measures .75 inch in diameter and features…