- Man Of Steel
- Captain America
- Iron Man
- Wonder Woman
- Star Wars
- Green Lantern
- Marvel Heroes And Avengers
- Incredible Hulk
- Dc Heroes And Justice League
- Star Trek
- Big Bang Theory
- Fantastic 4
- Green Arrow
- Walking Dead
- Harley Quinn
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- Dr. Who
- Ghost Rider
- Dare Devil
SuperHeroStuff.com started in a basement in Portland, Oregon way back in 1999. We eventually had a small warehouse/retail setting on NW 23rd street in Portland. We got bought out by eMerchandise Group in 2007 and now our warehouse ships superhero merchandise all over the world from Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania. Yeah, nobody outside of Sinking Spring ever heard of it either.
At SuperHeroStuff, we’re not just some company schlepping junk on the web for a buck; we’re a company comprised of people who actually live for stuff. Our catalog manager sleeps with a Captain Marvel action figure…seriously. Want a job at SuperHeroStuff? You’ll have to pass a comic book knowledge test during your interview. No joke.
We pride ourselves on having the widest possible selection of superhero merchandise. We carry t-shirts and other products from even the most obscure heroes and villains, so obscure that the guys at Marvel and DC probably forgot they exist. Find another site out there that has more Batman and Superman gear than we do. You can’t. We scour the ends of the earth for this stuff. We have personal relationships with our suppliers, so if there’s a problem, we won’t give you the "runaround." We’ll do our best to let the manufacturer know that your Thor puffy doll has threads coming out of its head or the lead paint flavor of your pint glass doesn’t taste as it should (kidding). We ask all our suppliers to meet current safety standards, so you can be assured that our products are safe and bursting with fruit flavor.
Thanks for shopping at SuperHeroStuff.com. If you have any comments or suggestions or if you just want to complain about your job or next door neighbor, feel free to let us know and we’ll do anything we can to help. Try giving that grump next door a Green Lantern light-up ring and see if that puts a smile on his face. ?
Having graduated top of his class with an emphasis in insane spreadsheet analyses, quantum number crunching and advanced negotiations, Jon brought his UCLA MBA, CPA venture capital skills to SuperHeroStuff.com in 2007 when he orchestrated a deal to acquire the company. He had a vision for SuperHeroStuff that it could become the de facto online retail store for comic book enthusiasts and possibly even make money for its owners (go figure). Jon’s many business savvy skills include out-of-the-box thinking, an immovable and adamant belief that workers should work because they like to and they should be thankful they have a place to go for 10 hours out of the day, his ability to negotiate special deals with vendors (through incessant nagging and hours of endless haggling that would make a used car salesman proud), and the impressive capacity to say, “the check is in the mail,” with a straight face.
Brian is our Marketing Director, in charge of all communications to the outside world. In his original position as Operations Manager for our company, Brian’s role as tyrant (he insisted that all the employees bow before him, present him with gifts each week, and call him “He That Knoweth”) was usurped by one of our more eager and vocal employees. Brian’s current role as Marketing Guru has proved fruitful, as our employees are now able to work without the distractions of the hourly placations and gifts, and our websites are now marketed in front of everybody on the planet, whether they want to hear about us or not.
Hired on as warehouse lackey #1, Tiras quickly went from learning how to run a computer (the first he’s ever worked with outside his Radio Shack 1979 calculator, complete with red leds) to being the usurper of Brian’s position and is now running the entire SuperHeroStuff.com warehouse. Responsible for taking the blame for the whereabouts of all purchase orders, inventory (both shipped and unshipped), packages coming in and going out and lost employees, Tiras’s desk is at the hub of SuperHeroStuff.com. He has graciously accepted the role of being ultimately responsible for everyone else’s mishap, even while on vacation. Management no longer needs to call, Skype or even send e-mails to Tiras, throughout the course of the day. All that is needed is a strong thought of what needs to be done, and Tiras will be right there to receive and delegate like a madman.
In his off time Tiras manages to read comics enjoys movies, sci-fi, painful exercises and flashy art-rock. Not being able to read a map or figure out Twitter, Tiras fills some of discretionary time playing Street Fighter 2 on his Super NES and insists on refusing to buy a Smart Phone, afraid that it will bind itself to his cerebral cortex, forcing him to watch cable television.
Danielle is our lead Customer Service gal. If there is an angry, calcitrant, obnoxious customer from hell, Dainelle is able to talk him or her off the ledge with her self-taught communication skills of unsurpassed quality. She can literally handle anything thrown at her… including the lonely guys out there who send her stuff in the mail and call up once a week, refusing to talk to anyone but Danielle, asking the most pedantic, contrived questions just to say they talked to a cute girl that week. We would be completely lost without Danielle.
Andy is SuperHeroStuff.com’s very own Catalog Manager. He makes sure that everything that all the products on our websites are complete with quality photos and accurate, informative descriptions. He personally takes all the pictures of our products and Photoshops them and makes sure all the items are properly categorized in the database and beats the living h*&% out anyone who inputs information incorrectly, like labeling a superhero Marvel t-shirt as a Dr. Seuss item. The database/inventory accountability role is incredibly important and we’re lucky to have Andy around to ensure consistency with our pictures and product information. Andy is one of our hardest workers. His goal is to break his 16 hour record from last Black Friday.
In his off time, Andy is an expert bike mechanic and avid mountain biker and loves Disc Golf. He plans on working with SuperHeroStuff.com until he retires. Andy also likes to collect Marvel Bowen busts and loves superhero and action movies, especially those made by Quentin Tarantino.
Nick is our lead software developer and all around IT guy that does stuff that nobody else can do, and he’s constantly reminding us that at some point in the not so distant future that he will hold the entire SuperHeroStuff.com infrastructure hostage unless we recognize him for being a superior being… like all those other IT guys that work at tech companies. His second-most used phrase is, “None of you have any business near any of the code. Now bugger off! Shoo!”
Part of Nick’s job is to evaluate all hardware and software components of SuperHeroStuff.com and to ridicule the inferior nature of the past designers and developers, reminding us that people with stone axes and pitchforks with a secondary education should never have touched a computer much less built the system we inherited. For the most part he’s right, but we enjoy being reminded of it. Regardless, we’re glad Nick is on our side, especially since he has an infinite number of config files to help us dodge tax targeting bots and Google’s red flagging spider-critters.