FAN ART: Dwayne Johnson's BLACK ADAM Prepares A Lightning Strike For Henry Cavill's Black Suit SUPERMAN

FAN ART: Dwayne Johnson's BLACK ADAM Prepares A Lightning Strike For Henry Cavill's Black Suit SUPERMAN

The uber talented George Evangelista is back at it again with another awesome illustration of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as Black Adam. This time, he's taking on Henry Cavill's Man of Steel.

The rumors first started due to the fact that Dwayne Johnson and Henry Cavill now have the same agent. That led to some pretty incredible fan art, including one particular piece from Boss Logic, which saw a defeated and broken Superman kneeling at Black Adam's feet.  

Now, George Evangelista has released his own rendition, which features the two heavyweights taking their battle to the upper stratosphere.  

You have to admit, that Black Suit on Cavill looks pretty cool.  What do you think are the odds that we see Cavill don it again in Justice League after he briefly wore the black suit during the dream sequence in Man of Steel?


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