In 2001, Hasbro released a series of two-packs through Wal-mart stores as part of their New Batman Adventures toy line: Batman and Robin, Batman and the Joker, and this Batman and Superman. These are both more »
This is a wood ad mat for the Superman comic strip dated July 7, 1951. In the days before computerized page layout and electronic typesetting, wood ad mats were molds used to create lead castings more »
Anyone who grew up in the 1970s and spent any time in the breakfast cereal aisle probably remembers the kid on the front of this box of Post Honeycomb cereal. (I wonder what happened to more »
Before Funko came up with the design for their Pop line of licensed vinyl, they were best known as a company that sold bobbleheads they called Wacky Wobblers. Here’s their version of Superman.
This is another great Justice League Unlimited six pack released by Mattel in 2008. This time it’s “The Secret Society,” a group of supervillains from the third season of the Justice League Unlimited cartoon. The more »
King Seeley Thermos released this Superman lunch box in 1967; at that time, the DC superheroes had once again entered the popular consciousness thanks to the success of the 1966 Adam West Batman TV series. more »
It’s been an interesting week as I hopped into my time machine and traveled back to the late 1990s when I would hit Toys R Us over and over looking for the newest action figures. more »