Batman ’89 artist Joe Quinones traded within the Dark Knight for the Girl of Steel in a drawing that includes The Flash star Sasha Calle’s model of Supergirl.
In a video uploaded onto Instagram, Quinones shared the method of constructing the artwork in query, which sees Supergirl taking off a jacket with a daring look on her face whereas telling the viewer, “Don’t ever call me Supergirl!” This references an analogous quote stated by Conner Kent/Superboy from his first look in The Adventures of Superman #500, with the video set to Hans Zimmer’s “This Is Clark Kent” rating from the Man of Steel soundtrack.
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Calle herself beforehand mentioned the significance of her position as the primary Latina Supergirl, one thing she was honored by. “There was a moment when we were shooting, when [director Andy Muschetti] was like, ‘Hey, come over here and watch this scene on the playback monitor,'” she stated. “And I go over and I see her [Supergirl], and she’s in her full glory. And suddenly, I got really emotional. Because I’m looking at that, and I’m like, ‘Wow, I wish I would have had this when I was little.’ It meant a lot to me. I turned into child Sasha watching this person. So it’s really important. And I’m really happy and really thankful to DC and Warner Bros. for doing this now. It’s so cool that we’re doing this, and, you know, it’s about time.”
It’s at present unknown whether or not Calle will likely be enjoying the unique Maid of Might, Kara Zor-El, or a brand new model in The Flash. The character herself was teased on a t-shirt for the film alongside each variations of its Fastest Man Alive and Michael Keaton’s Batman. The description known as Supergirl, “a half charged solar powered alien,” implying that her powers within the movie are weaker than ordinary.