Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Superman Plastic Surgery Before and After Botox Photos

Superman Plastic Surgery: Herbert Chavez , Filipino Man, Is Superman-Obsessed 

When producer Christopher Nolan and director Zach Snyder set about to find the man who would be their Superman, they cast a wide net, reeling in "Immortals" actor Henry Cavill all the way from England.
Herbert Chavez, a 35-year old Filipino pageant trainer, has since 1995 undergone a whole host of surgeries to make him more closely resemble the Man of Steel. According to a RealSelf.com translation of a news report out of the Philippines, he has admitted to a nose job, chin augmentation for that iconic cleft, silicone lip injections and, of course, thigh implants.

The news report speculates that he has Body Dysmorphic Disorder, which makes him compulsively undergo plastic surgery. Whether or not that's true, he is clearly obsessed with the man of steel; a peek inside his home reveals a shrine to the hero, with everything from bedding to wall decorations to actual, larger than life statues of the hero taking up an entire room.

Obsessed Superman fan has cosmetic surgery to look like his hero (... bet that took longer than changing in a phone box)
When Clark Kent wanted to transform into his heroic alter-ego, Superman, all it took was a quick whizz round inside a phone box.

In real life, things are rarely so easy. A 35-year-old man has had extensive cosmetic surgery to make him look more like the comic book character.

Herbert Chavez, from the Philippines, has dramatically altered his appearance to look more like the famed Man of Steel.

In his quest to emulate his favourite superhero, he has undergone a variety of procedures ranging from chin augmentation to thigh implants.

According to a video report on the Philippines' Bandila News, translated by the RealSelf blog, Mr Chavez has been going under the knife since 1995 to achieve the transformation.
Mr Chavez, whose profession is given as 'pageant trainer', also has a sizeable collection of Superman memorabillia.

His home in Calamba City, south of the capital, Manila, is stuffed with life-size statues, action figures, clothing, comics and posters depicting the comic book hero.

His look appears to be an amalgamation of all the actors who have played Superman, as well as comic book depictions of the fantasy character.

A psychiatrist told Bandila News that Mr Chavez could be suffering from body dysmorphic disorder, meaning that he is obsessed with making cosmetic changes to his body.