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…

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Action Comics #987 (2017)

This is a copy of Action Comics #987 published in 2017. In part one of a story called “The Oz Effect”, Superman races to defeat the agents of the villain Mr. Oz and the chaos that has been terrorizing the world. It is in this issue where we learn the secret identity of Mr. Oz which greatly shocks Superman! The issue has a very eye-catching lenticular cover with text that shifts from “HOPE” to “OZ”.

This website is a fun getaway for me, and gives me a great opportunity to showcase my collection. However, at the risk of sounding too preachy, this great comic issue brought about a strange comment from a so-called online “journalist” who picked it apart and blasted what Superman does in a few panels. He expressed his opinion in an online article and it bothered me so much that…

Funko Batman v Superman Vinyl Idolz Superman statuette (2016)

Here is an unusual looking Superman figure. This is a Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Vinyl Idolz Superman statuette. Produced in 2016 by Funko (the company who brought the world the extremely popular Pop figures) this is yet another product released by the company to try and capture interest in the collector market. The statuette is number 41 in the series.

Although it may look like the arms are articulated…

Superman glass mug (1978)

Produced in 1978 was this great Superman Glass Mug which features not only the Superman cover logo, but it also features the now classic image of Superman breaking chains designed by Neal Adams. The only other markings on the mug are TM & © DC Comics, Inc. 1978.

DC Super Friends #1 (2008)

Based on the toy line from Mattel was the comic book series called DC Super Friends. Published in 2008 during the big marketing push of the toys, this is the first issue featuring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Lantern (John Stewart).

In this issue, after saving a group of school children lost in a cave, the team…