"Batman v Superman" Collectibles
Celebrate the blockbuster 2016 movie with a range of tie-in merchandise!
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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.
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Originally, The Question operated between Chicago and Hub City. He later showed up in Gotham City, assisting The Huntress. More recently, The Question has appeared in Metropolis. As true an enigma as his name suggests, The Question leaves little answers, and has only befriended a handful of superheroes. It remains to be seen what kind of relationship this crimefighter will ultimately have with Superman...if they meet at all. Another interesting possibility is if The Question encounters The Creeper. Both heroes are mysterious, and share a number of fascinating similarities: they are secretly journalists; they use devices to alter their physical appearances; and both are extremely acrobatic and dangerous fighters.
A formidable hand-to-hand combatant, The Question has battled corruption and mobsters throughout America. In the Midwest, The Question has operated in Chicago and Hub City. He's no stranger to Metropolis, and has made the city his new home. He's a strident opponent of Lex Luthor, and recently chronicles revealed he was a college classmate of Lois Lane. In regards to Superman, the Man of Steel has found The Question to be a true enigmatic, yet unrelenting ally against evil.
First Appearance: Blue Beetle #1 (second series, originally published by Charlton Comics)
Factoid: The Question and The Creeper are both the creations of artist Steve Ditko, the man credited with co-creating and illustrating Spider-Man. Back in the 1970s, before The Question was purchased by DC, Mr. Ditko developed a similar, but more bizarre version of the character - Odd Man. Originally seen in house ads promoting the DC Explosion, Odd Man eventually went into obscurity when DC cut back on its titles during the late 1970s.
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Although Superman often appears in other DC Comics, this text's information is limited mainly to what has occurred in the regular Superman comics.
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