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Henry Cavill is a Man of Steel: PHOTOS

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Henry Cavill is the latest actor to don a skin tight superhero suit for the Superman reboot, Man of Steel, and some new on-set shots have emerged via Facebook.

Check out a few more, plus an awesome fan manipulation fantasy shot, AFTER THE JUMP...

(facebook via dark horizons)

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And here's the fan manipulation of the photo above, with added cape.

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  1. He does look like Superman...

    Posted by: jaragon | Aug 31, 2011 5:53:38 PM


  2. Jesus, what a lovely Superman he makes. I hope the curse doesn't get him.

    Posted by: kyle Michel Sullivan | Aug 31, 2011 10:48:39 PM


  3. FAKE bulge - check out his other photos.

    Posted by: blah | Sep 1, 2011 6:59:04 AM


  4. So glad this superman don't have a vagina !

    Posted by: Mark | Dec 3, 2012 3:25:10 PM


  5. I think I like the new super-suit; it's more in keeping with various, modern athletic outfits and it eliminates the dorky red jockeys that Superman was born with. And I'm glad that Superman finally has a crotch bulge! ... even if it means more silly speculation about exactly how he can have sex with a human...

    Posted by: Chuck Mielke | Dec 3, 2012 5:04:02 PM


  6. J H Robbins -- that's what's being done in a lot of new series and reboots: of the new Teen Titans, one is African American, and one is Mexican -- and gay. In the latest story arc of Astonishing X-Men, aside from the two gay characters (one of whom is black, although not a superhero), one is half Vietnamese, one is Latina. (It's worth noting that in superhero comics, gay characters are now a dime a dozen.) The leader of the New Avengers is Luke Cage, who is black, as is Patriot of the Young Avengers.

    And Brenda and David: it's a given in superhero comics that you have to be faithful to the continuity. If you make abrupt changes to a character or his or her history, the world will end -- at least for you. That's why DC went back to the original Green Lantern, Alan Scott, to bring out a gay superhero -- they had room to introduce that element there without violating his continuity.

    Posted by: Hunter | Dec 3, 2012 6:17:23 PM


  7. Seriously people..
    It's a realization on a comic character
    It's based in fantasy
    Why is it a requirement to pick it apart
    Ugly costume, padded costume..on and on
    Accept it for what it is
    If you don't like the idea, the costume..the actor or whatever issue you can find move on to something that actually requires your thoughtful and labored consideration.

    Posted by: Darren | Dec 7, 2012 4:45:06 PM


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