Toyland: DC Collectables Releasing Death of Superman Figures

Supes’ iconic battle with Doomsday is captured in these figures direct from DC Collectables.

The Death of Superman epic grabbed headlines in 1993, and the story remains one of DC’s most memorable. Now, DC Collectibles commemorates it with a new action figure 2-pack that includes two interchangeable Superman heads, snap on heat vision and punch blast effect, two displayable sound effects captions plus a battle base with a tattered-cape flag!

via DC Collectables


Product Features

  • 6 inches (Superman)
  • 7.1 inches (Doomsday)
  • Made of PVC
  • Designed by Ivan Reis
  • Sculpted by Dave Cortes

Box Contents

  • Superman figure
    • 2 Pairs of hands
    • Closed eyes head
    • Yelling head
    • 2 effect parts
  • Doomsday figure
  • Torn cape fragment
  • Flag cape with rock base

Fans have become jaded to Superman dying but it was a big deal in 1993!

  • Vepr

    That static fight scene is already more entertaining than the one in the Batman vs Superman Dawn of Justice movie.

    • Shadowstrife

      Doesn’t have the epic synth metal WW score, though. Best part of that dumb sequence.

  • Wasn’t doomsday like 2x the size of supes at least?

    • James Arnoldi

      No. This is about the right scale from the comic.

  • Drpx

    Superman spends more time dead than alive these days.

    • James Arnoldi

      Not so. Other than the recent craptacular movie, Superman has been alive and well in the comics and on TV. This figure references the 1993 comic book series and Super was only dead in the comics for something like 6 months. Superman has spent very little time dead. It is just that this 1993 comic is an iconic moment and the stupid movie decided to capitalize on that story and make it really really bad.

  • Jose Luis Camarasa

    Doom Pants

  • Dave Gonzales

    no es por criticar pero los diseños estan horribles