August 15, 2016: Henry Cavill Teases Superman’s Black Recovery Suit

160815-blacksuitHenry Cavill has sent Superman fans into a frenzy with a photo posted on his personal Instagram account.

The photo is of a close-up of what appears to be a totally black version of the Superman costume from “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, with the right side of the “S” shield clearly visible.

As comic book fans will remembers, Superman wore a black recovery suit when returning from the dead after his battle with Doomsday in the “Death of Superman”/”Reign of the Supermen” saga from the mid-1990s.

Is Henry indicating that Superman will wear such a costume upon his return in the upcoming “Justice League” movie?

We’ll have to wait and see when “Justice League” is released to theaters on November 17, 2017.

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Nick_Farina
Guest

I…really hope they do the “return” story justice. Was one of my favorite moments in the comics, and I’d hate to see it shortchanged in Justice League.

Stalmannen
Member

Maybe next time Henry will tease us with a mullet!

TheGornIdentity
Member

I really, REALLY hope he doesn’t come back as a brainwashed villain or foil for the Justice League to fight. Let’s see Superman for the hero we all know he really is.

Supreme
Member

I think that is exactly whats going to happen. Unfortunately. I’m ok with it, as long as he saves the day in the end, and then has a rock solid solo movie follow up!

MattComics
Member

Agreed. I have zero desire to see brainwashed Superman or Superman with a mullet.

liheibao
Member

Why would he be in a black suit? The only Kryptonian item he’s possessed is the suit Jor-El gave him, he’s had no interaction with the scout ship, hence it becoming Lex’s plaything, and while the connection to the ROTS storyline would be cool, it feels like a forced-fit.

Supreme
Member

@Liheibao: In Man of SteeL, Jor-EL waved his hand and a door opened with the Blue and Red suit. We don’t know how many “closets” there are on that scout ship. LoL

Kal L
Member

The Black suit or rather a black suit was already established in MoS… Even though it was a dream sequence… Also Zod and his crew had black suits under the Armour too.

lemarjones
Member

I’m colorblind, so I really am speaking from a point of complete disadvantage, but what color was Jor-El’s suit? Was it blue and red? Where all of the Kryptonian’s suits black or where they some other color?

NeoRanger
Member

Jor’s was blue, but a fair bit darker than Kal’s. Zod’s was black, as were the costumes of the entire Kryptonian military. Presumably, the color of the costume had to do with the caste they belonged in.

lemarjones
Member

Thanx. Being colorblind is one of the major problems with being a comic book and superhero movie fan. I was well into my 30’s before I realized that Robin’s vest was red and not a shade of orange. I gave up on figuring out Deathstroke’s costume color’s years ago. lol

Clarkel
Guest
Really hate the overdesigned little “chainmail” bits that nearly all superhero suits have done to some extent since the mid 2000s (although this is one of the worst examples of it since it’s so pronounced here). Why does Snyder want to emulate the worst parts of Superman history? Death Of Superman was a terrible idea, and should never be put to film. Even worse is the mullet/black suit….the black suit though, I could tolerate because it was supposed to be temporary, but the mullet is, and always will be awful. But in Snyder world, it’s cool, because it’s from the… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor
Why is this storyline off limits? It’s actually a pretty cool storyline. you keep bringing this back to the shorts…enough. Find a new argument. We have NOT idea how they are going to interpret this story. I would prefer they don’t do it myself, but only because it’s a bit dark at first and I don’t think that’s the way they should go. But if they choose to do it then lets see how they interpret it for their universe. As for why would he have the black suit, well..it appears that the black suit was pretty much the go… Read more »
Kal-Ed
Member

I kinda liked the mullet back then. Hope they bring it along.

Clarkel
Guest

I just find it funny how most of the people that claimed Superman’s actual costume with the red trunks that lasted for over 70 years was a “dated fad”, are also the people that like Superman with a mullet, something extremely dated that we even knew was a fad as it was happening.

Kal L
Member
Dude I’m with you on the love for the iconic suit, Trunks and all… But we live in an era that “change”is a key factor… Be it unneeded, unwanted, change for the sake of change, diversity etc… It’s the age we live in. We were lucky to get such a faithful adaption in the Christopher Reeve suit back in the 70’s and 80’s, and to a certain extent, Lois and Clark also (also the Superboy series). However, the current trend in film, is to “add a little extra”… Hence why the Superhero costumes sometimes only bear a vague resemblance to… Read more »
JasEl
Member
No one said the trunks were a fad, but they are, in fact dated. By definition of the word. The trunks were inspired by a very specific style from a very specific time period. And it’s not a vocal minority that pans them. Most of your everyday people find them hokey at best. People see underwear on the outside, people think the joke that was old fashioned Superman. I’ve been a fan of Superman since I was 5 yrs old, since I first saw Superman The Movie. He was and still is my favorite superhero,and I’m not sorry to see… Read more »
Clarkel
Guest
Except for the fact that everyone that wore trunks in 1938 when Superman was created (strongmen, wrestlers, circus/daredevil acts, swimmers, equestrian vaulters, etc.) still wears them today…. So the argument that the trunks are “dated” is baseless, and the idea that pants that are solid blue are “modern”, while the same pair of pants with red on the crotch area are not is absurd. Everyone that wore trunks in Superman’s day is still wearing them today, and color balance is always in style. You mentioned Rebirth “Superman”, well, he has trunks…they’re just not red, so the color balance is off.… Read more »
JasEl
Member
Most drawings that I’ve seen are pretty obviously a leotard, no trunks. Although there are some that could be argued, I say it looks more like wrinkles than anything. No other superheroes still wear trunks outside the tights and haven’t for years. Nobody freaked out when any other superhero lost the underoos, why is it such a big deal that Superman did? As for the ridiculous argument that all the other aspects of his costume are dated, well…Tights are still worn today by performers and athletes, not dated. Capes were a staple of fashion right up to the early 20th… Read more »
Clarkel
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The correct term for them is “trunks”. John Byrne has even said as much. When I said “everyone that wore trunks when Superman was created still wears them today”, I meant the people that wore them in real life that he was based off of, like strongmen, circus performers, athletes, daredevils, etc. Other superheroes still wear trunks, some of them even newer creations, like THE INCREDIBLES, however, like the secret identity, Superman should ALWAYS maintain everything about him that makes him iconic (like the trunks) if only because he invented it and an entire genre is based off of him… Read more »
JasEl
Member
I wear tights in public damn near daily. Every time I go to the gym. And several other places on my way to the gym or some other physical activity( I’m particularly fond of competing in obstacle races), even went grocery shopping in them a time or two. Never once even got a second glance. Lots of people do, athletes in particular. Never had much cause to wear a capes, I live in a warm climate, but that doesn’t alter the fact that, regardless of your ridiculous and grossly false claim that capes went out of fashion in the 1600s,… Read more »
Kal-Ed
Member

Clarkel…or Kel, stop being a troll. This discussion could’ve been much better if you didn’t blast everyone with why the trunks are awesome, and being rude against those who might have good reasons why they don’t work. And there are very good ones. But its not like you would be open to listen to them, instead bashing if not ignoring just to get your points across.

BTW, again, you are debating over underwear. How can you not see that as insane?

Clarkel
Guest

Calling the trunks “underwear”/saying we’re arguing over “underwear”, etc., is representative of an all too common ploy: make an outlandish and obviously flawed analogy — but one the ennui engorged fanboys will embrace lest they not seem “cool” — and anyone who tries to insert some facts into the discussion will be dismissed as anal retentive.

Clarkel
Guest
“Return Of Superman” never should have happened because “Death Of Superman” never should have happened. Despite the introduction of some cool characters, both are awful stories that lead to the downfall of Superman and the downfall of comics. Creators found they could get media attention by being “outrageous”, and that this would temporarily boost sales, enter the state of the comics industry today (“Is The Goon a gay Republican Puerto Rican transvestite Socialist for Jesus from space?! SHOCK FACTOR!! LOOK AT US, MAINSTREAM MEDIA, LOOK AT US!!” http://i.imgur.com/aOTEmsC.jpg ). Why Snyder would want to emulate that, or heck, why WB… Read more »
Clarkel
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@Kal L I know we’re in the era where it’s “cool” to ruin things simply because it’s “cool” to change everything…. but just because that’s the “conventional wisdom” of the era doesn’t mean we — or, specifically and especially, I — have to be complacent and just take it lying down. We can vote with our dollars….don’t support the crap they’re pumping out. That’s the quickest way to get the message through that what they’re doing to Superman isn’t cool. The second best way to get through to them is to make some noise…whether on the internet, conventions, etc, be… Read more »
Kal L
Member
Your hashtags remind me of another certain member here on the homepage that really made you believe that if the trunks return, Superman will be great again! LOL… Ah Kel, How I miss him :p But seriously, I urge you to take a look at the current Superman books that DC is publishing right now. They are fantastic! You cant tell me that Superman is not on his way back to greatness. fans and casual fans, or movie going audience alike are mentioning Superman more and more these days… Much more than the last few years. My point to you… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor

Enough…you miss the trunks..we get it. Keep it up and you can miss the trunks under a suspension. You are now trolling the news feeds and that won’t be tolerated.

Arkalel
Guest

Please no supermullet!!

I’m curious how will the storyline explain the return of Supermans alter ego, Clark Kent.

Any thoughts?

I enjoyed the last two movies and looking forward to the next.

Finished a video tribute over weekend to the Disturbed Sound of Silence.

Hopefully is a different feel compared to the Sounds of Silence that played to the movie review interview with Ben!!

https://youtu.be/y5L79FUwAOo

Man-O-Steal
Member

I enjoyed the last two movies. just to put that out there. But I do wonder how they are a) Going to explain the black suit. He sort of had one in Man Of Steel, when Zod went into his mind and he had the vision of all the skulls. In the comics he got it at the fortress. I just hope his normal suit isn’t like some kind of color-changing mood ring… And B) How does Clark come back?

PatrickRichard
Member

The codex?

Kal-Ed
Member

Heeeyyyyyyy good thinking here. It would be a blueprint for the resurrection process.
My take: either the JL or A geneticist from…Let’s say Apokolips…would have the body and start initiating the process from the Kryptonian ship/Fortress Of Solitude or on Apokolips itself.

PatrickRichard
Member

I’d like to think that “all of Kryptons refugees stored in his body” or some line like that from Man of Steel would have to do with it. Like every time Superman dies, a refugee sacrifices itself to save Clark. Then you’re talking millions of lives that are stored in his cells. But they probably won’t even acknowledge it in JL. They will just say “HEY! HERE HE IS!” with no explanation whatsoever.

Supermaniac
Member

That’s not a black outfit. It’s just Snyder’s ridiculously desaturated color palate.

ottensj
Member

I loved Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, especially Superman’s character arcs in both. Very excited for his return in Justice League!

Jonny83
Member

Mullet?

doomsday745
Member

I just want Superman to have enough screen time. It will be cool if he appears at the end to save the day, but kind of a let down to see him for only a few minutes.

redcape
Member

I remember his hair being longer in general. Not specifically having a mullet. Don’t understand why they have made his longer hair a major point and trying to stir up what appears to be some kind of negative. I don’t think we are going to see much difference in the Snyder universe regarding the way that Superman’s personality in general will be portrayed. And that’s fine with me!

Super El
Member

Good, good…

Now give him some armor, a mullet, and two shotguns on each hand.

That’ll make him cool…

Supreme
Member

Since mullets are “dated” now, I think they’ll go with a beard instead. Rocking a beard with a come-over is the trend for men’s haircuts right now anyway. Henry can grow a nice beard too. LoL

Supreme
Member
My theory is that Superman will be resurrected by someone from Apokolips (Desaad or Metron perhaps?) and he will be under the control of SteppenWolf. If you watch the end of the JL trailer again in slow motion, it looks like The Flash is dodging a blast of heat vision. I hope this is not the case, but that’s what it looks like to me. If they DO go this route, i’d be ok with it as long as Superman is the one who saves the world in the end. As to how it unfolds… I believe that Batman will… Read more »
Kal L
Member

I like your theory bro, but Superman was already hinted at “rising”from the dead in the end scene of BvS, also you hear his heartbeat disguised in the score…

My theory is, one of the Kryptonian robots from the ship in Metropolis will go to retrieve his body and take back to the crashed ship, or somewhere else entirely (maybe build a new Fortress) and have him recuperate there… Similar to Superman:Doomsday the animated movie.

BMoore25
Guest

This is a pretty cool idea

Kal L
Member

I’m digging this!!! I love the black suit… I was really hoping they would have a chrome colored \S/ shield, but all black is also fine…

Anybody else get the feeling of DeJa Vu from the Raimi Spider-Man 3 black suit?

But this black suit was already established in MoS

bobl69
Guest

Superman is wearing a black suit because when he comes back to life he will be much weaker and the black will help him with his powers until he regains his powers on his own.

Steve Wright
Editor

There is also a picture released with Henry hugging some kids dressed as Superman and he has the spit curl. Not just an accidental one because his hair is wet, but actually styled.

KalWill
Member

Yeah. Saw that. I guess that would put the mullet theory to rest unless he gets a haircut at some point. Like someone said up above, it would make more sense for him to have a beard. Is SH going to post about the IG photos with the kids?

Kent-Darr
Member
Pretty tired of seeing these Red Trunks comments, when was the last time Superman said “Up, Up and Away” or “This looks like a job for….Superman” for instance and nobody moans about that, Yet, him not wearing RED TRUNKS makes him not Superman, blah blah. As for the black suit, not sure why we are only seeing a tease when we have already seen him in a black suit unless of course this is totally different, but I doubt it. Black suit or not, Mullet or not, Spit Curl (as seen recently) or not, seriously……Im just glad we have Superman… Read more »
Kal-Ed
Member

Just ignore it. It’s like putting more fuel to the fire.

And you spoke the words outta my mouth. My thoughts exactly.

Clarkel
Guest
No offense, but comparing Superman’s radio show catchphrases — that wouldn’t make sense for him to say out loud/he wouldn’t say out loud in real time (unless it’s the Fleischer toons, in which the phrases were only imported from the Superman radio show because of its popularity (the radio show actor was even brought in to provide Supes’ voice in the cartoons for this reason)) — to how the character is supposed to look — i.e., the costume design his creators gave him that balanced the colors, the one that he had for over 70 years and only changed recently… Read more »
Steve Wright
Editor
Actually, what it shows is how ridiculous your argument is. It’s pointing out how saying he’s not superman because he’s not wearing the trunks is completely moronic and juvenile. I’m sorry, but I can’t see how anyone calling themselves a Superman fan can say something like that. It shows that you don’t really understand why he’s Superman. He could fly around in a speedo with a towel for all I care, as long as at the end of the day he still has Supermans morals and ethics. It’s crap like this that gives Superman fans and Comic Book fans in… Read more »
Kent-Darr
Member

Hey steve, pretty much said similar to yourself on another comment below the other day, it can be quite tiresome seeing comments about red trucks constantly on this site, There has been 70+ years of history and the suit has changed slightly a number of times, Superman used to say things that he doesn’t anymore (from the creator’s mind) as another example he doesn’t say “Truth, Justice and the American way” but him not wearing red trunks or not saying ^ people think the character is gone, I just don’t get it.

Kal-Ed
Member

If he’s not posting as Kel he’s posting as Clarkel. Or Justiceleaguer1. Or realdcfan. And the pattern is obvious.

Kent-Darr
Member
No offense taken, but just to make it clear I know pretty much a lot about Superman history. You mention the Fleischer cartoons and say the suit has only changed recently??? Did you miss the part in the forties when the shield had a black background in the exact toon you have mentioned, THAT WAS DIFFERENT. (As you are most probably aware) The Radio series also created Kryptonite (to give Bud Collyer a rest) and The Fortress of Solitude and both have been in all media for Superman since, as have certain phrases he has used, regardless of where they… Read more »
Kal L
Member

I saw the pics also, but I thought they were were from BvS shoot, instead of JL…

liheibao
Member
” when was the last time Superman said “Up, Up and Away” or ‘“This looks like a job for….Superman”'” Last year. “Yet, him not wearing RED TRUNKS makes him not Superman, blah blah.” I might agree, but you may not be aware that DC has a “no trunks” mandate for Superman. It’s why in all mediums, isn’t seen in the iconic outfit. Pet projects aside, like AOS and Neal Adams’ work, be it Earth 2, Injustice, or otherwise, Superman cannot wear them. Even Superman from the pre-N52 universe has a suit without them, and for obvious reasons. It’s a mandate.… Read more »
Kent-Darr
Member
Can’t say I have heard of any mandate from DC saying they are putting a block on the trunks being used, all I remember is the “No flight, No tights” from Smallville’s era (blame that,LOL) but if that is the case then….it’s not actually that drastic, although I did grow up with the classic look which is my personal favourite I am also aware of the many variant takes on the suit, if for instance he had a yellow cape and red suit with a blue \s/ as his main look, that is something I personally would be worried about,… Read more »
liheibao
Member

“No one said the trunks were a fad, but they are, in fact dated. By definition of the word. The trunks were inspired by a very specific style from a very specific time period.”

That describes the entire outfit. Cape, union suit, boots, they’re all inspired by a previous time. There’s nothing modern about them.

MattComics
Member

and besides does it necessarily follow that anything old is garbage just because it’s old anymore than it should follow that anything new is good regardless?

JasEl
Member
That doesn’t hold true for the whole suit. There are places where capes are still considered formal wear. Circus performers(which, by the way, was the original inspiration for the outfit), stage magicians still sport capes. Hell, there was a guy in my highschool who wore a cape at least once a week. Modern day athletes and circus performers still wear form fitting tights. Under Armour is a huge company that started exclusively with athletic tights and compression gear.And I wasn’t aware that boots were a dated form of footwear, I’ll have to tell everyone I’ve ever met to stop wearing… Read more »
liheibao
Member
“That doesn’t hold true for the whole suit. There are places where capes are still considered formal wear. Circus performers(which, by the way, was the original inspiration for the outfit), stage magicians still sport capes. Hell, there was a guy in my highschool who wore a cape at least once a week. Modern day athletes and circus performers still wear form fitting tights. Under Armour is a huge company that started exclusively with athletic tights and compression gear.And I wasn’t aware that boots were a dated form of footwear, I’ll have to tell everyone I’ve ever met to stop wearing… Read more »
JasEl
Member

How do you get that out of what I said? I literally said that everything except the trunks are still in use today. Pretty much the opposite of dated.

liheibao
Member

That’s not what you said originally; you gave a definition, then reshaped it when it perforated. Trunks are still in use, just so you know.

JasEl
Member

I didn’t reshape anything, specific fashion from a specific time. Boots, tights, capes all still in fashion, underwear on the outside not in fashion anymore aka dated.

liheibao
Member
This is what you said: “No one said the trunks were a fad, but they are, in fact dated. By definition of the word. The trunks were inspired by a very specific style from a very specific time period.” Now, unless you want to continue to be disingenuous, or give examples of lads wearing capes in high school, you should see that what you said applies to the whole outfit. Men don’t walk around in union suits, or knee high boots or capes today, and they didn’t in 1938 either. It’s an outfit for performances, and the style is still… Read more »
JasEl
Member
Except I did give very explicit examples of every other aspect of his suit that is still in use today, be it from athletic or performance costumes. Where as trunks on the outside have been replaced by dancers’ belts worn underneath. I never said anything about it being casual wear or about town fashion. Guess what, neither did Superman’s creators. His costume was modeled after circus acts, not the daily fashion of the times. Now, if you would like to continue to keep saying that, for whatever reason, that those examples don’t count, go ahead, you’re the one that comes… Read more »
liheibao
Member
“Except I did give very explicit examples of every other aspect of his suit that is still in use today, be it from athletic or performance costumes. Where as trunks on the outside have been replaced by dancers’ belts worn underneath. I never said anything about it being casual wear or about town fashion. Guess what, neither did Superman’s creators. His costume was modeled after circus acts, not the daily fashion of the times. Now, if you would like to continue to keep saying that, for whatever reason, that those examples don’t count, go ahead, you’re the one that comes… Read more »
JasEl
Member

How is anything I said contradictory? You have yet to make a defensible argument, not a single example. Your entire debate style is the equivalent of sticking your thumbs in your ears and chanting “lalala I can’t hear you”. I’m done with this, have a nice evening.

JasEl
Member

And here’s another one for you, take it how you will. I just watched “The Boss” and there is a scene in which Mellisa McCarthy’s character is wearing a cape. Not in a costume, not part of an act, but just a part of her suit. A fashion accessory.

liheibao
Member

“And here’s another one for you, take it how you will. I just watched “The Boss” and there is a scene in which Mellisa McCarthy’s character is wearing a cape. Not in a costume, not part of an act, but just a part of her suit. A fashion accessory.”

1) That’s a cloak, not a cape. There is a difference.

2) You’re really grasping here.

JasEl
Member

who’s the one grasping here, cloak is literally another word for cape, look it up.

liheibao
Member

“who’s the one grasping here, cloak is literally another word for cape, look it up.”

Cloaks are a part of formal wear where I’m from, and distinctly different than capes. Perhaps that lad you mentioned seeing in school was actually wearing a cloak? Look at the Spectre’s cloak(Golden Age) as opposed to the cape he’s now shown to wear.

Again, by your definition, the entire outfit is dated. You can always amend your definition, rather than continue to grasp at straws.

JasEl
Member

Miriam-webster definitions of cloak and cape respectively.

“Cloak- a piece of clothing that is used as a coat, that has no sleeves, and that is worn over the shoulders and attached at the neck”

“Cape- a sleeveless outer garment or part of a garment that fits closely at the neck and hangs loosely over the shoulders”

Yeah, tell me again how they are totally different things.
Unless you can come up with an actual argument, stop talking

BMoore25
Guest

Wow, I didn’t know red underwear would or could cause such strife. But either way let’s keep the peace, and try to stay on topic

MattComics
Member

Red trunks. “Underwear” is just snide, snooty, and juvenile. Also it’s not the only component of the classic costume people are advocating it’s just the one that gets the most flak for no real good reason.

Supreme
Member

Briefs > Trunks > Drawers > Underwear

Overwear perhaps? LoL

BMoore25
Guest
No offense was intended, just trynna point out the trivialnes of the argument, weather for or against, we’re seriously ARGUING over red trunks. They finally start to print consistently good stories, so now we decide to gripe about red trunks. It’s like the fan base needs to have something to complain about, however that’s just my opinion, weather he has them or not, it doesnt make or break the character, I love Superman because of who he is, not what he wears., again my opinion. That being said, I’m okay with the black suit, but would cringe a little if… Read more »
lcmcbain
Member

I think you’re missing the point of those “arguing” for the trunks. But perhaps not as it’s hard to discern over the net.

Steve Wright
Editor

No he’s not. He’s responding to Kel or Clarkel or whatever he changes his screen name to…there is no reason to flood the site like he has….it becomes trolling very quickly.

SuperFunTime
Member
After seeing Suicide Squad, and finally seeing Batman v Superman Ulimate Edition, and a new Superman movie in the works, I can’t wait for him to come back. Bring on the black outfit! But, now that I think about it, even though Superman’s in a coffin, doesn’t he still have his powers? After all, we did see the dirt rising, just as it did around Superman when he first learned to fly properly. It was the same thing for when Zod finally learned to fly. And, if Superman still has his powers, doesn’t that negate the need of a black… Read more »
Kal L
Member

I think if they played it like they did in the comics, then maybe his powers are spent not only in the fight with Doomsday, but also spent regenerating. Remember he was hit with a nuke in BvS prior to WW joining the fight…
So maybe the black suit will “jump start” his powers again or power him up from his depleted state.

Just my theory though. :)

SuperFunTime
Member

I thought Superman was fully restored and re-energized after he was exposed to the sun in space. The reason I thought this was because the cut Batman gave him, with the kryptonite spear, was present even when he sent Doomsday into space.

However, after the sun restored him, the cut was gone. That’s why I thought he was a 100% after the nuke blast. Maybe I’m wrong?

Anyway, I’ll just wait for the movie to see what they come up with. Thanks for sharing your theory, though. They could still do it like you suggest. :)

Kal L
Member

You’re indeed right about regenerating from the sun after the nuke. I just always thought, he was at a depleted power level. And with the battle with Doomsday, even more depleted. But only time will tell of course.

lcmcbain
Member

^ You’re assuming the filmmakers have thought things through on all of the details using logic and reason, but imo, that does not seems to be the case. And that’s putting it mildly.

Lois
Member
Have seen Batman vs Superman quite a few times and also have seen Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition too. Lost count how many times I rewound the DVD to the scene where the dirt is rising off the coffin. Really like the idea of Superman’s black recovery suit too. Cannot wait for Henry to be back as Superman in the “Justice League” movie! Been a fan of Superman for over 50 years now. And IMHO opinion as a long time Superman fan, Henry does really look SUPER in his Superman costume. And I’m sure he’ll look SUPER in the upcoming… Read more »
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