Henry Cavill’s Superman Returns … As A Queen Studios Bust

Photo Credit: Queen Studios

The more we learn about James Gunn’s plans for the DCEU, the more I’m starting to think I was too hard on Henry Cavill’s run as Superman. At least the collectibles market will keep the actor’s version of the Man of Steel alive.

If you’re looking to bring home a 1:1 scale bust of Cavill’s perfect face, then check out Queen Studios’ two versions of Cavill’s Superman: The Man of Steel (red and blue) and Justice League (black outfit). Both busts have a hidden baby Kal-El hidden behind the ‘S’ emblem or JL symbol. The tiny last Son of Krypton is kept company with an LED light.

Like the company’s other busts, Superman will feature glass eyes, and silicone skin, and his suit is made of polystone.

The busts are limited to 150 pieces for each version. They’ll be shipping out during the last quarter of 2023.

Sadly, Superman is only available in Mainland China, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. This bust is not part of Queen Studios’ distribution deal with Sideshow Collectibles.

Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios
Photo Credit: Queen Studios

The base on the limited edition Superman bust is inspired by Superman’s Kryptionian spacecraft. The front of the base features the Superman and Justice League logos, respectively. The logo’s are magnetically attached, when removed collectors can reveal the inside of the spacecraft with the infant Kal El inside wrapped in swaddling blankets.

Although fans in the US can’t get this bust, you can still order the $2,500 1:3 scale Superman statue.

[Source: Queen Studios]
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Mike Phalin

Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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