Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue
Inspired by Fleischer Studio's animated shorts of the 1940s, this Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue captures a tender moment between Superman and Lois Lane.
Supergirl TV Series Statue
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist and stands about 12 1/2-inches tall. Sculpted by Adam Ross, this is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss out on!
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It was thought that Metallo, in his original human persona of John Corben, was the murderer of Thomas and Martha Wayne. This was proven to be a hoax, part of an elaborate scheme concocted by Lex Luthor in order to further toy with Batman. Recently the 13-year-old from Japan who regards himself as the new Toyman, abducted John Corben, and transferred Metallo's brain into a biological body, claiming that the metallic body housing Metallo was property of his grandfather.
The latest incarnation of Metallo still retains a Kryptonite heart, and now operates a giant robot. Time will tell if we see the return of the classic Metallo.
First Appearance: SUP #1 (Jan. 1987)
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