DC™ The Daily Planet

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10056L
$279.95
Some of American pop culture's most beloved characters are superheros, and many of these costumed crime-fighters find their origins in the colorful pages of DC Comics.
Some of American pop culture's most beloved characters are superheros, and many of these costumed crime-fighters find their origins in the colorful pages of DC Comics. Founded in the early 1930s, DC created the superhero genre and has given life to many of its most iconic characters, especially Batman and Superman. From the Golden Age to the Modern Age of Comics, Batman and Superman have endured as champions of justice and stand today among the most famous fictional characters in the world. Now you can bring the heroics of DC's superheroes to your Village with detailed, comic-accurate figurines and models, from Department 56. The most popular newspaper in Metropolis is based in an impressive skyscraper topped with a golden globe. And circling said globe faster than a speeding bullet is neither bird nor plane but Superman, the mighty Man of Steel, who works in this very building in his alter ego of reporter Clark Kent. Superman soars 17”h above the Daily Planet skyscraper to keep Metropolis safe. Measures 6 1/2”l x 6 1/2”w x 17 1/4”h. Plugs into any standard household outlet.
Some of American pop culture's most beloved characters are superheros, and many of these costumed crime-fighters find their origins in the colorful pages of DC Comics. Founded in the early 1930s, DC created the superhero genre and has given life to many of its most iconic characters, especially Batman and Superman. From the Golden Age to the Modern Age of Comics, Batman and Superman have endured as champions of justice and stand today among the most famous fictional characters in the world. Now you can bring the heroics of DC's superheroes to your Village with detailed, comic-accurate figurines and models, from Department 56. The most popular newspaper in Metropolis is based in an impressive skyscraper topped with a golden globe. And circling said globe faster than a speeding bullet is neither bird nor plane but Superman, the mighty Man of Steel, who works in this very building in his alter ego of reporter Clark Kent. Superman soars 17”h above the Daily Planet skyscraper to keep Metropolis safe. Measures 6 1/2”l x 6 1/2”w x 17 1/4”h. Plugs into any standard household outlet.

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