While some viewers argue the Superman depicted in Man of Steel behaves in such a way as to be unrecognizable from the hero from the DC Comics stories originated by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, what’s less debatable is that actor Henry Cavill, in costume, is the living embodiment of the great superhero, a fact that’s obvious even at a glance. But as Film Sketchr’s Maurice S. Mitchell learned in his interview with Man of Steel conceptual artist Warren Manseralternate designs reveal things could have gone quite differently. Not only were Superman’s classic red trunks not necessarily sacred, neither was the character’s signature palette of red, blue and yellow.