When the first action comic with a character named Superman, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, was released in 1938, no one could count on the extent of the comic culture that was set in motion. Whether heroes like Captain America, Thor, Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman or Flash, everyone knows the names from comics you read in your childhood or more recently from the cinemas. Whether it's Marvel or DC Comics. Each universe has its own fan base and originally it is to the comic book publishers and their advisors that there are merchandise products. It was obviously not enough for the reader to hold only a paper of his hero in his hands. Figures and statues as well as other collectibles of Superman or his opponents were produced in the pre-war years. During the Second World War came the great hour of Captain America, who as a good fighter against evil (i.e. the enemy) did his service for his fatherland and, so to speak, held it as propaganda for the G.I.s. Comics are now an integral part of our culture, and after a slight slump in the late 80s/early 90s, the comic scene has been more popular than ever for years.
Of course, we also offer the fan and collector exhibits from this area. No matter if statues or figures, with us you get shirts and posters, keychains or cups of your favorite hero.