Superman regarded as one of the most famous and popular comic book superheroes of all time! This fantastic DC Comics Superman tin plate from DC Comics Cover Collection features the artwork taken from the first issue in a 12-part saga ‘For Tomorrow’ by Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee.

The first in a 12-part Superman saga, ‘For Tomorrow’ begins a year after The Vanishing, when a million people had disappeared without explanation from the face of the planet, including the Man of Steel’s beloved Lois Lane. Off-Earth at the time of the crisis, Superman is tortured by guilt and left with many unanswered questions. He talks to a priest, Father Daniel Leone, in an attempt to confront his feelings of distress.

Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair deliberately reflected the layout they used with the Dark Knight perched on a Gotham City rooftop for the second printing of Batman #608.

Comes with a hole in each corner for easy hanging PLUS comes with a magazine that tells you the story behind the cover! The sign is a reproduction measuring 26cm x 17cm and is the perfect gift for any DC Comic Fan.

DC Comics Superman #204 Tin Plate Poster

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Superman regarded as one of the most famous and popular comic book superheroes of all time! This fantastic DC Comics Superman tin plate from DC Comics Cover Collection features the artwork taken from the first issue in a 12-part saga ‘For Tomorrow’ by Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee.

The first in a 12-part Superman saga, ‘For Tomorrow’ begins a year after The Vanishing, when a million people had disappeared without explanation from the face of the planet, including the Man of Steel’s beloved Lois Lane. Off-Earth at the time of the crisis, Superman is tortured by guilt and left with many unanswered questions. He talks to a priest, Father Daniel Leone, in an attempt to confront his feelings of distress.

Jim Lee, Scott Williams and Alex Sinclair deliberately reflected the layout they used with the Dark Knight perched on a Gotham City rooftop for the second printing of Batman #608.

Comes with a hole in each corner for easy hanging PLUS comes with a magazine that tells you the story behind the cover! The sign is a reproduction measuring 26cm x 17cm and is the perfect gift for any DC Comic Fan.

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Great for a Superman fan

Good quality, metal plaque, super present idea for a Superman fan. It has holes already drilled for ease of hanging. It’s not too big, about the size of a 2000 ad comic.

Superman

Great piece of art. Hangs on the wall nicely.

League leader

I ordered this faster than a speeding bullet when I seen the price. Great tinplate poster, beautiful image, lovely colouring and the 3d relief looks very impressive. Love it!

Subtle beauty

This is a wonderful little item that captures so many things in a small package. Its a tin plate, perhaps the size of A4 paper, with a superman poster on it. Thats the simplest way to describe it. But what it actually is, is something different. Its a celebration. The pose of the man himself, the bright colours, the raised tin catching and reflecting light - its an uplifting reminder of the escapist power of superheroes in times when one might be down and feeling low. It tells people / guests that you're a superman fan, but also a fan of art, of history and of expressing yourself in any way you choose. "What the world needs right now, is a Superman" - Lois Clark, 2020

Superman Pops

I actually have the comic by the great Jim Lee from which the image for this tin plate is taken and it really pops. Superman himself and the wording are raised giving it a nice 3D quality. Think I'll display them both, side by side. Hope they do more of these, particularly that run of covers from Detective Comics around 2007 which had highly detailed black and white cover art. Some of the best covers ever in the history of Batman comics.

Super!

As a massive fan of superman AND Jim lee this was a no brainier! Great quality, great size, well embossed and looks great on the wall! Would definitely get more if there was more of a selection!

Hope

Really Nice piece, everything is pushed out, it's not just a flat print on metal. Looks really nice on my wall.

nice tin sign

these are very good in color bright and nicely done well worth price and one free was a great offer just a shame there wasn't more different types