Supermobile Saber – Inspired by Corgi Toys Die Cast Model

Greetings vintage mates 🙂 My good friend and fellow WP blogger – For Tyeth – has only gone and done it again… check out his latest creation: the Supermobile Saber, which is inspired by the iconic ‘punching fists’ Superman Supermobile vehicle, sold by Corgi Toys in the late 70s and throughout the 1980s. Supermobile Saber is the newest in our TV & Film inspired lightsabers collaboration series; our very own Pop Culture Cocktail Shaker Maker… all the cool stuff, mixed up, blended, shaken and stirred, and always with that dash of Star Wars!

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Hello Everybody…..Is it a bird?….Is it a plane?…..No it’s a new saber! Yes as you might have guessed from the image and quote we are visiting the realm of Superheroes and in particular….Superman! This is another instalment in my on-going collaboration with TheVintageToyAdvertiser and focuses on the Corgi toy range of the 1980’s and the spaceship/aeroplane vehicle, the Supermobile. Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and drawn by artist Joel Shuster way back in the 1930’s (Superman was originally going to be a vagrant man who had an experimental drug tested on him which gave him superpowers), but the first real appearance of a Superman we recognise today came back in 1938 in Action Comics #1 published by Detective Comics (later known as the famous DC Comics of today). Fast forward a few decades and many TV shows, films and comic books and we come to the 1980’s where superheroes all…

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