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Iron-on Superman Patch


Patch with thermo-adhesive back

Measures 5 x 7 cm


  • The patch can be sewn (recommended) or heat-applied with a hot iron following these directions:
  • heat the part where to apply the patch
  • place the patch and cover it with a damp cloth
  • bring the iron to a high temperature
  • iron by applying pressure for about 15-20 seconds with the iron

Superman, whose Kryptonian name is Kal-El, while his Earth name is Clark Kent, is a comic book character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1933, but only published by DC Comics in 1938. He is also nicknamed "The Man of Steel "(original: Man of Steel) or" La Macchia "(The Blur) in the TV series Smallville. A man able to lift a car, with a blue costume on and a red cloak on his shoulders, surrounded by a group of frightened passers-by: this is the first image of Superman, the one with which he makes his debut in the US newsstands. The character, however, also by choice of his own authors, is not a Superman in the Nietzschean sense, but more embodies the Emersonian myth of a man representative of our cravings for power, a man endowed with superpowers, whom he places at the service of the community. The IGN website has placed Superman at the top of the ranking of the hundred greatest heroes in the history of comics before Batman