Lois & Clark Hero Screen Worn Superman (Dean Cain) Outfit - From the hit TV Series "Lois & Clark" comes this hero screen worn full Superman outfit, worn by star Dean Cain. The outfit was used in various episodes in the series' four year run, however was specifically used in the episode "All Shook Up" (Season 1, Episode 12, first aired Jan 2, 1994), in which Superman flies into space to stop an asteroid from destroying Earth. However when he returns as Clark Kent, he has total amnesia and his parents have to teach him again of his special powers. In this episode, his mother, Martha (K Callan), takes out his Superman outfit from his closet to help him remember. The outfit includes the full blue bodysuit with the iconic "S", plus his red cape with the yellow "S" on the back. It also includes his boots. It is displayed on the original costume department half-mannequin and has the original wardrobe tag attached. Also included is a screen used "Daily Planet" newspaper from a subsequent episode, as well as an original "Lois & Clark" DC Comic Book. This classic hero outfit and extras comes with a Letter of Provenience. This item also comes with a Movie Props DNA: This item now includes three levels of security: 1) DNA laced invisible ink – a 9-digit code laced with DNA ink is placed on an appropriate place of the prop/costume and can be only viewed using a high-frequency UV light. The chances of replicating the specific DNA sequence which is unique to MPDNA is 1 in 33 trillion. 2) Archival Microchip Encrypted Tag - a patented, acid-free, 1"x 3" tag with an encrypted microchip is placed onto the Certificate of Authenticity. The microchip contained within the tag contains all of the pertinent information about the prop or costume. The tag is tamper proof and the microchip is encrypted, making it impossible to duplicate.? 3) The certificate also has the 9-digit DNA invisible ink mark which must match the 9-digit invisible ink mark on the prop. This will ensure that it is a genuine prop issued by Premiere Props and authenticated by MPDNA.