How is the rarest figure in the history of Superman? The victim has been Henry Cavill and… You are not prepared for what you are going to see.
Henry Cavill has the rarest figure in Superman history. Queen Studios has shared a video promoting a new life-size bust of this much-loved version of the Man of Steel in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). However, despite its extraordinary quality, it contains an aspect that makes it one of the strangest pieces the character has ever had. Very disturbing.
This bust, which dresses Henry Cavill in his iconic red and blue Superman threads that first rose to fame in Man of Steel (2013), renders the face as close as possible to that of the real actor. His short hair and eyebrows look almost lifelike as the company offers fans the chance to reminisce about Cavill’s time as Clark Kent.
The surprise is inside!
So far, all correct. And this statue also comes with the option to dress Henry Cavill in the all-black Superman suit which was seen most prominently in Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021). Wait, wait… It’s coming!
This version of the bust features Henry Cavill’s black suit and silver “S” across his chest, complete with a black cape that falls from his shoulders. Also, comes with a Zack Snyder Justice League logo plate under the bust, while the original bust simply features a Superman logo plaque. The bust is precious, things as they are. But…
Under the bust there is another piece of design in a small version of baby Clark Kent, seen in the opening scene of Man of Steel. The baby itself appears to be made of a rubbery substance, and collectors may remove it from the scabbard and hold it separate from the bust. The truth is that it is quite disturbing. And it makes Henry Cavill the weirdest figure in Superman history.