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Superman Life-Size Bust
Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Superman Life-Size Bust. The Man of Steel is crafted in impressive 1:1 scale, capturing every detail of this icon of the DC Universe. The extraordinary bust measures a staggering two and a half feet tall; each piece is individually painted and finished with quality and attention to detail that is the trademark of a Sideshow Collectibles product. The Superman Life-Size Bust makes an incredible addition to any DC collection!
- DC Comics
- Product Type:
- Life-Size Bust
- Product Size:
- 30.00" H (762mm) x 20" W (508mm) x 9" L (228.6mm)*
- Product Weight:
- 18.00 lbs (8.16 kg)*
The shipping cost will be calculated on dimensional weight rather than product weight for this item due to its oversized dimensions.
- Dimensional Weight (DIM):
- 68 lbs *
- Int'l Dimensional Weight (DIM):
- 94 lbs *
* Product size and weight are approximate values. Est. Ship Weight is an estimated value for U.S. shipping calculated by item, box and shipping materials. US shipping costs may be estimated in DIM weight if oversized warning appears above. click here for additional information. International shipping costs are only based on dimensional weight, click here for more information.
- Walter O'Neal (Design)
- Kristafer Anka (Design)
- Andy Bergholtz (Sculpt)
- James Lareau (Sculpt)
- Pascual Wawoe (Sculpt)
- Simon Garcia (Development)
- Bernardo Esquivel (Paint)
- The Sideshow Collectibles Design and Development Team
Manufactured by: Sideshow Collectibles
Series content, product specifications, release dates and pricing are subject to change.
Product BackstoryLight years from Earth, the planet Krypton was on the brink of destruction. In a bid to save the life of his infant son, a scientist named Jor-El placed his baby, Kal-El, in a rocket and set it on a course to Earth. The rocket traveled across the universe before crashing in a cornfield in Smallville, Kansas, where it was found by a kindly couple, Jonathan and Martha Kent. The Kents decided to raise the child as their own, giving him Martha's maiden name, Clark.
Enhanced by Earth's yellow sun, Clark's Kryptonian DNA imbued him with powers far beyond those of normal humans. Though he longed to show off his powers, Jonathan and Martha urged Clark to keep them a secret, worried that he would be taken away from them.
Clark had his first taste of helping others after saving the life of his childhood love, Lana Lang, during a tornado. Martha fashioned him a costume made from the blankets that kept him snug and warm on his journey to Earth. The costume honored his alien heritage; the S-like symbol on his chest was the Kryptonian word for hope, as well as the family crest of the House of El. But even with his new costume, Clark operated in secret.
As an adult, Clark settled in the city of Metropolis and adopted the persona of a mild-mannered reporter at the Daily Planet. There he met star reporter Lois Lane, who was enamored with the brawny Superman. For years, his dual identities worked against him, creating a 'love triangle' between Clark, Superman, and Lois.
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