I really, really, really wish this whole line of stickers was reissued.
Kind of a nice coincidence this George Reeves photo came up today (well, today as I'm working on this post, anyway), because earlier today, I was watching "Hollywoodland," the movie based on the death of Reeves -- and I had no plan on working on this blog today!
OK, time to let Superman's cousin get the spotlight for a day!
This figurine was made by the Gulliver Company of Argentina!
This Supergirl doll was part of Ideal's "Super Queens" line of figures, which also included Batgirl, Wonder Woman and Mera. They were a complimentary line to their Captain Action line... and yes, they gave Supergirl a Krypto instead of a Streaky! I guess they figured they could save some money by not creating a cat mold.
OK, I don't care who you are, you see a Superman safe, you've got to figure it'll keep your possessions safe!
The first person who can explain to me what makes these scissors Clark Kent and Superman Scissors once you take them off the card... is welcome to buy a set of them off of eBay (they show up fairly often -- I keep forgetting I have it, so I have at least four photos of these things in my files!).
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.