Following Wonder Woman and Batman, the latest addition to the Barbie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice line has finally been revealed, and Mattel definitely saved the best for last. If being dreamy was a superpower, this version of the Man of Steel would be invincible even to kryptonite. Bearing a passing resemblance to actor Henry Cavill who's been our Superman for the past couple of DC films, the doll comes impeccably dressed in a miniature, but incredibly detailed, costume. The doll is now available for pre-order on The Barbie Collection website for $US40 ($56), but unfortunately it does not ship outside the US. And in any case, even if you have an American friend who can pre-order on your behalf, you'll have to wait until March when it officially ships for him to do battle with the Batman version.
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