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Batman - Spiderman - Superman decorating ideas and decor
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Create your own unique version of Gotham City and Metropolis.
Variety of theme accents and theme decorations at the party prop stores
Bright Lights, Big City
Bedroom design ideas for little boys, big boys and super girls that dream of being Super Heroes with super powers - the stuff legends are made of.
Create a fun bedroom as though the superheroes stepped right off the comic book page or silver screen and made themselves at home in your room.
Batman - Superman - Spiderman
Batman - Superman - Spiderman
Have Superman, the Man Of Steel, leap tall buildings in a single bound surrounded by blue skies and an image of his home planet Krypton exploding in the far distance.
Spiderman scaling the Skyscraper brick walls and Batman in his bat cave, with his lightning-fast powers of deductive reasoning, racing around Gotham City in his very own batmobile theme bed.
Have fun with this theme and decorate with superhero murals, fun novelty super hero themed accents, superhero theme bedding and unique party props.
Reversible Circle Quilt Sets - Marine Blue Flamenco Red
Kids bedding target
Add some Pow! Pop! and Boom! to your super kids bedroom and bring the comics to life in your superheroes themed bedrooms
Few decorating ideas to get you brainstorming ....
Ceiling decorating ideas for the superheroes bedroom:
- Create a night sky on the ceiling, paint clouds or go
the easy route and decorate with cloud stickups
- Scatter glow in the dark stars
- Bat signal painted around the ceiling light
- Superman flying through the clouds
Wall decorating ideas for the superheroes theme bedroom:
- Choose a corner of the room, and bring the clouds a
little further down the wall and stick on
a flying superman decal, do the same on another
wall with a flying iron man stickup
- create the look of brick walls with paint, brick
stencils or brick wallpaper
- Paint a coweb and add spiderman
- Paint a city scene, paint buildings, skyscrapers and
accent with superhero stickups
- Add some toy spiders and a bat or two
- Another fun idea for the superhero bedroom and
superhero bedroom walls, dress up your little tikes in
their favourite superhero costume, and supersize
the photo's into Wall Murals or fun standups
- No superhero room would be complete without some
superhero posters. Hang them in frames painted to
match the colors of the room
- Paint colorful words, POW, ZAP, CRASH, KABOOM
in star splashes around the posters.
- for a shared bedroom you can paint a large batman
logo for 1 child and a superman logo for the other
child, or .... do it the real easy way .... and use
the logo stickups.
- Scatter different sized stars in red white and blue
around the bedroom
- Paint the stars and stripes flag vertically
on the back of the door and attach a
superhero stickup and cascade red, white
and blue stars along the wall.
Furniture and decorative accent ideas
for the superheroes:
- Theme beds .... what child wouldn't love to fall asleep
in their very on batmobile!
- If the walls are very busy, it's a better idea to dress
the bed in solid primary colors for an older child.
For the little kids make the bedroom scream superhero
fannatic and dress the bed in fun theme bedding.
Decorate with fun novelty furniture pieces
the superhero bedroom
at fabric store
cover walls with red brick wallpaper for spiderman to climb
Circo® Comics Bedding Set - Blue at target
Let's not forget the phone booth for superman to change in. Stick it to the wall, on the back of the door, front of the closet door, and hang/attach supermans
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Batman (originally referred to as “the Bat-Man” and still referred to at times as “the Batman”) is a fictional comic book superhero co-created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger (although only Kane receives official credit) and published by DC Comics. His true identity is Bruce Wayne, a wealthy industrialist, playboy, and philanthropist. Witnessing the murder of his parents as a child leads him to train to the peak of physical and intellectual perfection and don a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime. Unlike many other superheroes, Batman does not possess any superpowers; he makes use of intellect, detective skills, technology, physical prowess, and intimidation in his war on crime. A cultural icon, Batman has been licensed and adapted into a variety of media, from radio to television and film, and appears on a variety of merchandise sold all over the world.
Superman is a fictional character, a comic book superhero widely considered to be one of the most famous and popular
such characters and an American cultural icon. Created by American writer Jerry Siegel and Canadian-born artist Joe
Shuster in 1932 while both were living in Cleveland, Ohio, and sold to Detective Comics, Inc. in 1938, the character first
appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 1938) and subsequently in various radio serials, television programs, films, newspaper
strips, and video games right up to the present.
As an influential archetype of the superhero genre, Superman possesses extraordinary powers, with the character
traditionally described as "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in
a single bound." For most of his existence, Superman's famous arsenal of powers has included flight, super-strength,
invulnerability to non-magical attacks of ordinary force, super-speed, various vision powers, super-hearing, and super-breath.
Supergirl is a fictional, comic book superheroine that is depicted as a female counterpart to the DC Comics iconic superhero
Superman. Created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino in 1959, and appearing in Action Comics, the character 1st appeared in
comic books and later in children's cartoon animation, film, and television.
Wonder Woman is a fictional character, a DC Comics superheroine created by William Moulton Marston and one of the 3 characters to be continuously published by DC Comics since the company's inception in 1944. Wonder Woman first appeared in All Star Comics #8, published in December 1941. She's a founding member of the Justice League. In addition to comic books, the character was featured in the 1975 to 1979 television adaptation starring Lynda Carter, as well as the Super Friends and Justice League animated series. Wonder Woman is the most widely known superheroine in the world.
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Superheroes: modern gods and goddesses, remote, revered, but like the pantheon of heroes and heroines of ancient myth, great power tempered with flaws. And now, find within these pages tales by gifted and award-winning authors who move superheroes from the four-color panels of comic books to fiction... reminding every adult of the child within, who ever wanted to wear a cape and cowl!
Superheroes: The Best of Philosophy and Pop Culture
Behind the cool costumes, special powers, and unflagging determination to fight evil you’ll find fascinating philosophical questions and concerns deep in the hearts and minds of your favorite comic book heroes. Why doesn't Batman just kill the Joker and end everyone's misery? Does Peter Parker have a good life? What can Iron Man teach us about the role of technology in society? Bringing together key chapters from books in the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture series, this free superhero sampler engages the intellectual might of big thinkers like Aristotle and Kant to answer these questions and many others, giving you new insights on everything from whether Superman is truly an American icon to whether Wolverine is the same person when he loses his memory.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
It is ten years after an aging Batman has retired and Gotham City has sunk deeper into decadence and lawlessness. Now as his city needs him most, the Dark Knight returns in a blaze of glory. Joined by Carrie Kelly, a teenage female Robin, Batman takes to the streets to end the threat of the mutant gangs that have overrun the city. And after facing off against his two greatest enemies, the Joker and Two-Face for the final time, Batman finds himself in mortal combat with his former ally, Superman, in a battle that only one of them will survive. This collection is hailed as a comics masterpiece and was responsible for the launch of the Batman movies.
DC Super Heroes: The Ultimate Pop-Up Book
3-D masterpiece! Bursting with over 25 impressive pop-ups, this deluxe format features a variety of unique novelty elements-including a light-up Bat-Signal, a cosmic Justice League of America battle scene, a twirling Lasso of Truth, and a transparent Invisible Jet! Starring Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and many more favorite DC characters, this momentous pop-up exploration releases just in time for DC Comics' 75th anniversary.
Spider-Man (Peter Benjamin Parker) is a fictional superhero in the Marvel Universe. Created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, he first appeared in Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962) and has since gone on to become one of the most popular, enduring, and commercially successful superheroes worldwide. He's arguably Marvel's most famous character. Spider-Man has since appeared in various media, including several animated and live-action television series, syndicated newspaper comic strips, and a series of films. Spidey has the ability to cling to walls, superhuman strength, a 6th sense ("spider-sense") that alerts him to danger, perfect balance and equilibrium, as well as superhuman speed and agility. He's also intellectually gifted, excelling in applied science, chemistry, and physics.
The Avengers is a team of fictional superhero characters in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Originally created using preexisting Marvel characters, the team first appeared in The Avengers #1 (Sept. 1963). Labeled "Earth's Mightiest Heroes," the Avengers originally consisted of Ant-Man, Wasp, Thor, Iron Man, and the Hulk. Almost from inception, however, the roster has been fluid and has featured humans, robots, gods, aliens, supernatural beings, and even former villains. One theme remains consistent: the Avengers fight the foes no single superhero can withstand. Hence, their battle cry: "Avengers Assemble!"
Captain America is a fictional comic book superhero published by Marvel Comics. Created by Joe Simon
and Jack Kirby, he first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (March 1941). Over the years, an
estimated 210 million copies of Captain America comic books have been sold in 75 countries. Captain
America is the alter ego of Steve Rogers, a sickly young man who was given enhanced strength and
reflexes by an experimental serum in order to aid the United States war effort. He wears a costume that
utilizes an American flag motif and is armed with an indestructible shield that can be thrown as a weapon.
2011's Captain America: The First Avenger feature film was directed by Joe Johnston.
Iron Man (Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark) is a fictional comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe.
Iron Man was originally an anti-communist hero. Throughout the character's comic book series,
technological advancement and national defense were constant themes, but later issues developed Stark
into a more complex and vulnerable character as they depicted his battle with alcoholism and other
personal difficulties. Writers often portray Iron Man as a symbol of humanity's creativity as well as its
frailties. Throughout most of his career, Iron Man has been a member of the superhero team the Avengers.
He has been adapted into animated films and TV series, as well as live-action films.
Aquaman is a fictional comic book superhero that appears in DC Comics. Created by Paul Norris and
Mort Weisinger, the character debuted in More Fun Comics #73 (Nov. 1941). Initially a backup feature in DC's anthology titles, Aquaman later starred in several volumes of a solo title. During the Silver Age of Comic Books, he was a founding member of the Justice League of America. In the 1990s-present Modern Age of Comic Books, Aquaman's character has become more serious, with storylines depicting the weight of his role as King of Atlantis.