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Superhero ice lollies

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It's tough work being a superhero; all that flying around, saving lives, moving faster than the speed of light, avoiding baddies, foiling evil plans. Sometimes you just want to have a sit down and chill out.

Well, Dutch-based graphic designer Chung Kong has created the perfect thing for the hot and bothered superbeing, with these fantastic superhero-inspired lollies.

Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, amongst others, get the treatment in the 'Superhero Pops' series.

Ice work if you can get it.

(Images: Chung Kong)

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