Brandon Routh has shared a new photo of himself in costume as Superman for CW's upcoming "Crisis on Infinite Earths" Arrowverse crossover.
Posted to Routh's Instagram, the photo is an homage to Kingdom Come artist Alex Ross's painted cover for 2007's Justice Society of America #10, which brought the Kingdom Come Superman (of Earth-22) to the mainstream DC Universe.
“... I’m always around.” #CrisisOnInfiniteEarths #Superman @thecw @warnerbrostv @dccomics An amazing team put this together! Thank you to @vaxcodsng for leading the charge & design, Rory (and team) at #HargateCostumes & Jose (and team) @ironhead_studio for building the suit, Mauricio @westerncostumecompany for the boots, @redheadtattoos for the hair, #AmandaMcGowan & @tiarae9 for makeup, @thealexrossart for the artistic inspiration, and lastly @marcguggenheim for being crazy enough to pull this all together. ????????
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It's unclear whether Routh's CW Superman will share a story with the comic book Kingdom Come Superman, along with sharing a costume.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths” will crossover Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and Batwoman in a five-episode event, with three episodes airing in December and the remaining two airing in January.