I had a set of Batman sheets as a kid (IIRC, Robin's costume was miscolored) that I had to beg my mom to stop putting on my bed once I hit junior high. Nonetheless, they followed me around for a couple of decades until they were lost in one of my many moves in the late '80s. If, as md62 asks, that Golden Age bedding came in king-size and were available, they'd be on my bed right now.
Post by codystarbuck on Oct 25, 2016 12:03:31 GMT -5
Closest I had was a set of Hanna-Barbera sheets, as a kid. I didn't know who half the characters were, since they were off-air, before I was old enough to remember the cartoons. Yogi's Ark helped fill me in.
I later got a set of Snoopy sheets; but, alas, no comic book ones.
My girlfriend did give me a DC Snuggy, with the JLA hero logos (except Wonder Woman).
That is really cool! I had a Super Friends bedspread, sheets, blanket, and curtains. I think the pillowcase is still at my Dad's house somewhere. The blanket finally fell apart.
I have a sheet set (stored away) and the pillowcase on display on my wall. I also have what is described as a "sleeping bag".
That's the pillowcase!!! That sleeping bag is really cool too! I remember in a Sears catalog seeing a bunch of comic character sleeping bags. I remember seeing one with Wonder Woman that had Supergirl, Catwoman, Batgirl, and Wonder Girl on it. Great stuff!
That sleeping bag is really cool too! I remember in a Sears catalog seeing a bunch of comic character sleeping bags. I remember seeing one with Wonder Woman that had Supergirl, Catwoman, Batgirl, and Wonder Girl on it. Great stuff!
I hadn't heard of or seen the bag you mentioned, but I found it on google based on your description. What's the deal with the funky pose Wonder Girl is in? LOL All the other women are in classic DC poses that have been seen a few times.
I remember seeing that bean bag chair in a Sears catalog as well! Cool stuff! As for the Wonder Girl pose, looks like they were going for the image from Teen Titans 23, but it came out very off kilter. The other DC ladies look great though. It was nice that WG was included as 70s merchandise with her is rare. I think she was on a 7-11 cup and had a Mego figure. The 70s was an awesome time for super hero merchandising!