DC Skycaps unpunched sheet (1993).


I don’t remember the “if any” bet-hedging in too much of the advertising for the Death and Return of Superman saga. Also, that “Skycap Slammer” in the center is of the same cardboard material as the other caps…it seems like it wouldn’t have quite the “heft” necessary to properly slam and flip the other caps, as per the instructions. However, I admittedly lack direct experience in milkcap gaming physics, so I could be wrong. Or, you know, if the stack is taller than, say, the other four caps on this sheet, maybe you can get some to flip over.

This is about the most I’ve thought about the actual mechanics of pog-play in about 17 years. …Well played, Return of Superman Skycaps, well played.


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6 thoughts on “DC Skycaps unpunched sheet (1993).

  1. This set comprised the only pogs I ever owned thanks to their inclusion in the “collector’s edition” of Adventures of Superman #500. They’re probably still hanging out with that issue in a longbox somewhere.

  2. De, does that mean that you actually opened your polybag? How the hell are you going to pay for your children’s college tuition NOW?

  3. If the next pog featured on this site includes Adam-X the Xtreme, I think the 90s will collapse in on itself.

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  5. ’90s DC in a nutshell.

    Also, I have that sheet of pogs. Right here. In a binder on my desk.

    WHY?

  6. Excuse me, “SkyCaps.” Which I thought were the baggage guys outside at the airport, but what do I know?

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