Bioworld has announced an incredible tin lunch box to celebrate the 85th anniversary of the first comic book with a Superman story, the classic Action Comics #1 released in June 1938.
The Superman Action Comics #1 Classic Comic Tin Tote lunch box reproduces on the lid the super famous illustration of Superman lifting a green car above his head and smashing it into a rock, which appeared on the cover of Action Comics #1 magazine.
On the back there is an illustration of Superman flying with Lois Lane on his lap, inspired by the illustration of one of the Man of Steel Sticker Cards (1978) collectible cards. The blue sides feature the Flying Home of Steel and the classic Superman logo.
The lunch box is made of high-resistance tin and has a plastic handle with a metal clasp. It is officially licensed by DC Comics and measures 19 cm high by 22.9 cm wide by 8.9 cm deep.
The Superman Action Comics #1 Classic Comic Tin Tote lunch box should go on pre-sale soon at Entertainment Earth, which accepts orders from Brazil.
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