- Turn a sheet of paper into your favourite Superhero
- Look awesome on the mantlepiece, but won't save you from crime
- Incredibly simple to construct. Even The Hulk could manage it
- There's no fun in receiving something that's already built
It's an origami bird. It's a paper plane. It's Superman!
Whether a billionaire playboy by day and grumpy bat by night, a web slinging nerd, haughty engineer with an outstanding battle suit or an alarmingly muscular Kyrpton reject - there's a flurry of traits you'll expect to find in these heroic characters...
Extraordinary powers, strong morals, secret identities and a good, solid backstory are all total superhero 101's. Well, now you can add another to the list. Having paper replicas.
Yes. Feast your eyes on these spectacular specimens - you can now create your own paper heroes.
All you need is a Pritt Stick. Constructing these masked hotshots is ludicrously simple. Just follow the dotted lines, bend the tabs and dab a little glue when directed.
After-all, where's the fun in receiving something that's already built?
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