No matter how often DC Comics tries to reimagine Superman and Lois Lane, those iterations will never top the classic take on the reporter and the big boy scout. It’s just that iconic imagery that has been captured in the newest DC collectible we’re looking at today.
In honor of one of the most famous couples in all of comic book history, Sideshow Collectibles is producing a new diorama featuring Superman and Lois Lane. The statue measures 22″ tall and is made of polystone. Although orders are limited to 2 per customer, there does not appear to be a specified number of pieces being produced yet.
Superman and Lois are scheduled to release between December 2023 and March 2024.
Sideshow has also released a Superman and Lois art print by Julian Totino Tedesco that you may be interested in. The print is $95 and can be purchased today.
“The Man of Steel carries the Ace Reporter in his arms high above the Daily Planet building’s signature golden rooftop globe. A stylized representation of the city skyline is nestled within the fixture, painted with a warm to cool gradient of reds, oranges, yellows, and blues. From this vantage point, Lois Lane has all the eye witness account she needs for that next big scoop — while Superman only has eyes for her.”
If you want to go back even further into the history of Superman and Lois, be sure to check out the 1941 Superman set Mezco created. The box set is based on one of Fleischer Studios’ Superman cartoons. It includes Clark Kent, Lois Lane, a Mechanical Monster, and, of course, Superman.
The box set is priced at $79.99, and you’ll also get a quick-change phone booth for Supes and Clark Kent![Source: Sideshow Collectibles]
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