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Frank Miller Superman Sculpture Looks Shiny and Jacked

by Shane McGlaun
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I like Superman; he is probably my favorite superhero. After all he can fly, bullets bounce off him, he has heat rays shooting form his eyes, and can see through clothing. That last may be the best superpower 12 year-old-me could have hoped for. This eye-catching Superman sculpture is based on the character from Frank Miller’s Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.

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The sculptor of the piece is Tim Bruckner. The design is highly stylized and doesn’t look much like any other Superman. In the face the sculpture reminds me of that episode of SpongeBob where Squidward gets hit in the face by a door and becomes the most handsome man in the world.

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Superman is also jacked – just look at the muscles on his freakin’ elbow. Each of these cold-cast porcelain sculptures are hand painted with metallic hues and sell for $79.99(USD) and you can get one at ThinkGeek.

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