Another Superman collectible from the Warner Bros. Studio Store was this Superman “Patriotic” pen produced in 2000. The main body of the pen is decorated in red and white stripes and the cap is blue and decorated with white stars. A figure of the animated series version of Superman is attached to the cap in a dynamic flying pose.
Produced in 1999 was this Warner Bros. Studio Store Justice League plate. The art on the face of this plastic plate features six of the members of the Justice League: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), The Flash, and Aquaman.
If you had a chance to travel through time to the year 1998 and were to visit the Warner Bros. Studio Store… you’d see people happily leaving the store with their purchases in this bag. The bag is colorfully illustrated with seven characters…
Sold in 1997 at the wonderful Warner Bros. Studio Store was this Superman pen still in its original box. It’s a fairly standard blue cased ball point pen and has a great enameled image of a Bruce Timm version of Superman on its clip straight out of Superman: The Animated Series which was airing at the time.
Yet another gem from the days when the Warner Bros. Studio Store could be found at local shopping malls. Here is a 12.5 inch tall Superman vinyl figure that was sold exclusively in the theme stores. Sold in 1995, this figure depicts Superman in his “resurrection” long hair. The figure is more of a statue since it has only five points of articulation (shoulders, waist, and legs) and was part of the…
This Superman bust bank was sold exclusively at the Warner Bros. Studio Store back in 1997. One of the many products promoting Superman: The Animated Series, this bank stands at eight and a half inches tall, is made of vinyl, and depicts Superman in his often seen act of breaking chains.
Sold at the Warner Bros. Studio Store, this whistle on a lanyard was released in 2001. Not only is it a useful tool to alert someone in an emergency, but it also has a built-in basic digital clock. The lanyard features Velcro-like ends for easy removal and has repetitive images of an ’S’ symbol with a Bruce Timm style Superman above each of them.