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Superman fan art gallery
Superman has been the focus of many products and as you
can see on this section of the Superman store, he's even all over car
and truck products.
Superman has his own car, but like himself,
his flies and has mechanical arms for reaching out to grab kryptonite
Superman's Supermobile debuted in Action Comics #481 way back in 1978
and was constructed of Supermanium, a metal so strong that "only
Superman's heat vision can soften the substance, and only his
super-strength was mighty enough to mold it.
The Supermobile appeared in at least three episodes of
Super Friends: "Terror from the Phantom Zone" (from the 1978
season), "Lex Luthor Strikes Back" (from the 1979-1980 season, The
World's Greatest Super Friends), and "The Krypton Syndrome" (from the
so-called lost episodes) of 1983.
In episode "Battle of the Super-Heroes" of Batman: The Brave and the
Bold, Lex Luthor uses what looks like a version of the Supermobile,
albeit in his standard colors of purple and green, to challenge
Superman. It was quickly destroyed.
Corgi Toys made die-cast models of the Supermobile in two different
sizes, the "Junior" model (3 inches in length, about the size of a
Matchbox or Hot Wheels car) and a larger, 1/36 scale version.
Kenner produced a Supermobile to go with their Super Powers Collection,
one that was big enough to fit the line's action figures. The design
differed a bit from the original, however; the two mechanical arms were
absent, replaced by a front-mounted "Krypton Action Ram".