Whether you’re a fan of the comics, the TV show or the movies, Superman is everyone’s hero.
Bring a little super power to the bedroom with great decor items. Everything from art and posters for the walls to banks and clocks for the shelves. Or check out the lighting options and tin signs. They’re all a great way to show your love for the man of steel.
And thank goodness for the new movie coming out this year!!! Not seeing any designs just yet (besides bedding) that use images from the movie, but it seems as if now that it’s finally arriving, so are more decor items to use in your bedroom. Hooray for that!
Designs run the gamut from movie specific to comic book vintage. Not to mention classic looks like the “S” shield logo.
Superman The New 52 Bust Bank
$14.99 at Entertainment Earth
Shield Logo Gold Plated Brushed Metal Desk Clock
$28.99 at Entertainment Earth
Superman Piggy Bank
$19.95 at WB Shop
Superman And Lois Lane Custom Photo Panel
$24.95 at WB Shop
Superman Action Comics 500th Issue Customizable Photo Panel
$24.95-$34.95 at WB Shop
Great Lights, Lamps and Ceiling Fans
Superman Desk Lamp – $79.99
Dramatic Tin Boxes
Great to decorate shelf and hold treasures
Superman – Merchandise – Tin Lunch Box / Tin Tote (Size: 7″ x 6″ x 3.25″)
Back side has comic book panel of Superman bending steel
Tin Signs To Hang
Vintage designs based on early comic books and promotions. Inexpensive and surprisingly light, so easy to hang.
Art and Posters
Movie and comic book images
Superman: Kandor Limited Edition 24 X 36 Inch Print
From WB Shop
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