Super Powers Highlight – Estrela Colecao Super Powers
July 7, 2009

Hello, and welcome to Day Two of "Impromptu Super Powers Gallery Week" here at "The Highlight" as presented by "Men of Action" here at "Action Figure Insider."  Yes, the quotation marks are being thrown around "liberally" and "frequently" for this go-around as we take a look at Brazilian company Estrela’s Super Powers releases.  The more I think about it, the more I’d like to do a "run-down" blog of all the companies that produced Super Powers figures throughout the world.  I think that’d be a nice companion piece to all these galleries.  Then maybe Jason "Toy Otter" Geyer could copy/paste it into his archive at some point.  While y’all are formulating your thoughts on whether or not you’d like to see that (please let me know if you do), enjoy the images!








Tune in tomorrow for Day Three!  Until then…"Stay thirsty my friends!"



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  • Danny CantinaDan says:

    Plastic Man’s name is funny in Portuguese. “Homem Borracha” I guess literally means “Man Rubber” but in Spanish it would be “Man Drunk.”

  • Daniel Pickett JuliusMarx says:

    These look to be the same quality as their Kenner counterparts. The look MUCH better than Super Amigos. Is the copyright info on their legs the same as regular SP? Were these on the market at roughtly the same time as SP?

  • Greg Method says:

    Is that a mini-comic packed behind Plastic Man? As in something third series figures never saw in the U.S.??

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