Superheroes ala Ben Cooper! by Pops Gustav
"Anyone reading this who was a kid up through the mid-1980s probably spent at least a few Halloweens trolling for candy in a costume manufactured by the Ben Cooper company.
Founded in 1937, Ben Cooper, Inc. specialized in inexpensive Halloween costumes based on fictional archetypes, historical figures, and pop culture characters. Starting with Superman in the 1950s, expanding in the 1960s and ’70s, the company produced dozens of variations of costumes based on superheroes. “
Supes and Bats’s coffee date via Miss Kit Quinn
"Superma’am and Batma’am sit down to enjoy a cup of coffee together and discuss very important work savey type things.
Fun fact, Supes got coffee and Bats got hot chocolate, but we switched for the photo because we felt our characters would get the opposite drink”
The New Adventures of Batman and Robin (Columbia, 1949)
For this 15-chapter serial, the duo must put a stop to the evil Wizard, a villain who possesses a device that remotely controls all machines and runs on stolen diamonds. Portrayed by Robert Lowery and John Duncan, this was the second serial to feature the two characters.
Watch it here Batman y Robin (serial 1949)
Captain America (Republic, 1944)
Dick Purcell is Captain America in this action packed serial based on the popular DC comic book. When the evil Scarab, a villain who poisons those who oppose him, steals a device with the capability of destroying buildings through sound vibrations, it’s up to the super hero to stop the criminal and bring him to justice. Lorna Gray, Lionel Atwill, and Charles Trowbridge co-star in this WWII chapterplay.
Watch it here Captain America: 1944
Atom Man vs. Superman (Columbia, 1950)
Villain Lex Luthor (Lyle Talbot) disguises himself as Atom Man, and threatens to bring destruction upon Metropolis. It’s up to Superman (Kirk Alyn) to save the threatened city in this thrilling adventure serial. Kirk Alyn would star in two serials for Columbia as the Man of Steel. These were the first live action appearance of the famous DC Comic character.
Watch it here Superman Vs. Atom Man
Guess Who by Andry “Shango” Rajoelina