First up is a nifty Superman puzzle that a seller had paired with a GI Joe puzzle!
Next up is one of those rare items I actually have in my own collection! If you've been following my Give-A-Show blog or Random Acts of Geekery, you're probably aware that I collect these things. If not, the Give-A-Show Projector started in 1960, produced by Kenner, and lasted until the early 1980s. The projector (basically a flashlight with a lens) would let you project slide strips on any surface. Each strip had seven panels, telling a story. The vast majority of them featured licensed characters, especially Hanna-Barbera, but this set, which came out in 1968, had a LOT of super-heroes! Along with Superman, you can see Aquaman, the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, and Thor!
Slides from the full sets were also available in smaller four-packs, for those who didn't want to buy a new projector just to get the new slides!
I have been a Navy journalist, word processor, graphic designer, medical assisting student, cook, and truck driver, and am currently an eBay seller as well as an employee at a big retail store. I have been and always will be into comics, sf, tv, cartoons, monsters, oldies rock, and lots of other stuff.
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Please join me every day at the Fortress of Solitude Trophy room as I present photos of all sorts of Superman collectibles, from toys to games to puzzles to original comic book art and more! I am not offering any of these items for sale - all photos have come from eBay auctions of the past.