Another great collectible that was included in the 2017 Superman Legion of Collectors box was this amazing “Itʻs a bird, itʻs a plane, its Superman!” patch. The patch, measuring 3 and 3/4 inches, features a stylized interpretation of Jose Garcia Lopez’s classic artwork.
Here is a motion control RC Flying Superman produced by Rooftop Brands in 2016. It comes with a “chibi” style Superman figure that has rotors coming out of its head. Included in the box is a wireless hand-held remote controller in the shape of an ’S’ symbol that has no physical controls. Instead, the operator can move the controller up, down left, or right and can guide the flying figure wherever they desire. The box specifies that the RC Superman is to be used indoors only and can be charged by using a USB cable.
Released in May of 2013, this is a DVD copy of the DC Universe animated movie Superman Unbound. In this film, Superman does battle with a new foe known as Brainiac, who is traversing space to collect cities in bottles and then destroy their planets. On Earth Superman, and his teen cousin Supergirl, protect Earth from the coming threat.
Another collectible based on the animated series Justice League Action. This is pack one of the Mighty Minis line of figures that contains Superman, Lobo, Hawkman, and Darkseid’s head which was seemingly lopped off in battle. No… actually it’s a build-a-figure piece that, when you collect all for packs in the series, connects with other pieces to create a full Darkseid Mighty Minis figure.
As if Funko hasn’t had enough phenomenal success with their Pop figures, they also produce a completely different line of cutesy collectibles called Dorbz. Here is number 407 in its long list. This Superman figurine is made of vinyl and has a hefty ’S’ curl on its forehead. These figures are designed without actual legs but are painted to look as if they do.It may not seem like it, but these figures are balanced to stand on their own perfectly.
Here is a fun Justice League movie plate distributed by Zak Designs, Inc. Produced in 2017, it features images of Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Superman (Henry Cavill), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and The Flash (Ezra Miller).
This is the 1970 version of the Ben Cooper Superman costume with its original box. The costume features flame retardant materials and comes with a vinyl cape and plastic “domino” mask. It’s amazing to me that these costumes cost only $2.96 at the time. This version of the costume continued to be sold through the early 1970s until they revised the costume’s material and included a face mask instead of the domino mask.