Batman and Superman replace the classic red and blue robots. Easy to control. Detailed and large superhero boxing figures. Based on “Batman v Superman” film.
Pricier than the normal Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots toy.
Affordable. 11 flexible articulation points. Superman looks like he just stepped out of the cartoon. Cloth cape. Tall 12-inch action figure. Solid paint job.
There are more detailed Superman figures available.
Includes Superman and giant Doomsday figures. Simple gear on Doomsday’s backpack activates punching and throwing motions. Includes steel beam.
Turning Doomsday’s gear via the Superman toy looks odd.
21-inch tall Superman plushie. Velvety soft exterior and super-squishy interior. Cute classic design. Huggable. Superman is also available in a gigantic 40-inch size.
The jumbo 40-inch Superman plush is expensive.
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The legendary Man of Steel began his intergalactic adventures when DC Comics published Action Comics #1 in 1938, and whether he’s depicted while peacefully growing up on his small farm or facing down the horrific alien monster known as Doomsday, Superman has built up a large group of dedicated fans over the years. Following the success of Superman’s films, cartoons, video games, and comics, children and collectors alike have enjoyed a huge variety of toys themed around the mighty Kryptonian. Finding the best merchandise would be easier if you had Kal-El’s superhuman vision, but here are a few recommendations to help fans secure the best Superman toys available.
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