Superman Baby Clothes

Superman is a popular character, which attracts everybody - from children to grandparents. Everyone knows the character of Superman very well.

Superman clothes for babies are fun and instantly recognizable with the well known "S" symbol in trademark red and yellow colors. Our range of these clothes is shown below:

About Superman

Superman (also known as Superman: The Movie) is a 1978 superhero film based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Superman is well-known for its large-scale visual effects sequences, all of which were created before the digital age. Superman also established the superhero film genre as viable outside the world of Saturday matinee serials, although it was a decade before the comparable success of the Batman series and two decades before that of X-Men and Spider-Man.


Superman was the sixth-highest grossing film at the time of its release, as well as Warner Brothers' most successful (which has since been beaten). The second segment, set in Smallville, is reminiscent of 1950s film, and its small-town atmosphere is meant to evoke a Norman Rockwell painting.

Clark Kent

Superman was created alongside an alter ego, Clark Kent. Clark Kent is much like Superman; he is moral, just, and protective of those he loves. His pod reached earth where it was found by the Kent family who raised him in the town of Smallville, Kansas as a human child and gave him the name Clark. As Clark grew he began to notice that he had Super powers and he also discovered the truth about his origins from his parents. As Clark grew into a man his Super powers became very strong and he began using them to selflessly help people in danger. Being Clark Kent during the day, and ridding the city of its evils at night as Superman, does not necessarily mean that Superman has two very differing personalities. Disguised as reporter Clark Kent, he adopts a mild mannered attitude in Metropolis and develops a romance with Lois Lane,while battling against the villainous Lex Luthor. The adult Clark travels to Metropolis, where he becomes a mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet. In the comics, Superman, whose birth name is Kal-El (he was born on the alien planet Krypton before being rocketed to Earth as an infant by his scientist father moments before the planet's destruction), poses as journalist Clark Kent.