One of the numerous pieces of merchandise to come out of the Justice League movie in 2017 was this 6-inch Superman figure. The figure has 12-points of articulation and comes with two interlocking “steel” I-beams.
This is a packet of 32 American Greetings Justice League stickers released in 2017. There are two sheets and each eye-catching sticker is molded in 3-D. There are numerous heroes represented here by their logos: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, The Flash, and Batgirl.
Produced in Japan by Kadokawa, this is a Putitto Series Justice League Superman “Fly Off” figurine in his New 52 outfit. Each figurine is designed to hand on a drinking cup or glass. The titles of each figure denote the pose in which they are in. This one stands at 2.5-inches tall. There are six figurines in this wave…
This “I Am Superman” patch was available everywhere in Metropolis Illinois beginning in the 1990s. Its bold Superman ‘S’ symbol really pops within its red and blue surroundings. In hindsight, in all my years of visiting the Superman Celebration in those days, I’m saddened that I didn’t think to buy more than one of these.
This is a Six Flags Superman dome magnet that is sold at all the Six Flags theme parks. It features a close-up image of the New 52 Superman with the name in Letterman style font running up the left side. This magnet is 2 1/4-inches in diameter and from its base to the highest point of its solid acrylic dome it is is 5/8-inches high. It’s a fairly strong and vibrantly colored magnet.
Here’s another collectible about the 1970s/1980s Super Friends cartoon series. This is another version of the Super Friends Superman pencil sharpener produced in 1980. It’s exactly like the one I posted previously, except the design is of Superman running against a yellow background toward us. As it was with the other sharpener, the art is also by the legendary artist Neal Adams.
As part of the merchandising for the officially licensed DC Comics Super Heroes Stamps, the United States Postal Service produced this “First Day of Issue July 20, 2006” mug. the mug features an array of their superhero stamps as a partial opacity background and features three of their prominent stamps: Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman.