Ultimate 1:1 Project…Completed..!

SUPERMANIA is overjoyed to present the culmination of over five years of trial and tribulation in an attempt to produce the most accurate life-size (and lifelike) tribute to the late Christopher Reeve in his most famous role. Custom-made from a combination of painted resin and fibreglass with glass eyes and outfitted in a painstakingly-tailored state-of-the-art …

Busted…

In great anticipation of the full reveal of the hopefully-soon-to-be-finished Superman 1:1 display I’ve been working on, lets turn the world back (at super-speed!) to the year 2007 and the fantastic creation pictured above that started it all. Having tackled many a unique and complex project most wouldn’t dare even attempt often resulting in fabulously …

Ultimate 1:1 Figure Progress…

With the fine details on the bust portion of the mannequin complete, further modifications had to be made to the 6’6″ mannequin to transform its generic proportions to better match those of Christopher Reeve in his prime.  The first issue was the height, where, with the addition of the bust the figure towered over 6’7″!  …

Ultimate 1:1 Progress…

SUPERMANIA is proud to finally present the finished bust portion of the 1:1 Christopher Reeve as Superman statue as painted by celebrated special effects makeup artist Richard Martin.  Having had considerable experience with various Superman figures among many others,  Rich was the natural choice for taking this reinforced resin cast and finishing it to his …

The Bronze Edition…

Another stunning new creation fresh from the workshop of Action Costumes presented by pioneering artisan’s Sebastian’s Columbo and Molchasky.   The pictures above represent more than just the most screen-accurate replica of the Superman costume to date –  they chronicle a neverending pursuit of perfection. Though Action have been producing the finest-quality Superhero apparel for …

Ultimate Superman 1:1 Update…

Two years since this project was first initiated, the kit has returned home unfinished after artist John May sadly had to abandon it due to work commitments. As shown in the pics above the mannequin has had much of the preparation work done and simply awaits final assembly and realistic paint-job. The fantastic artificial eyes …