Of course our minds immediately went to these images, coupled with Henry's voice reel..
Author Mark Millar created the comic with the premise "what if Superman had been raised in the Soviet Union?" It received critical acclaim and was nominated for the 2004 Eisner Award for best limited series.
Henry also told Entertainment Weekly, that Red Son was one of the comics that inspired his Man of Steel performance:
But let's not get ahead of ourselves, Oliva was quick to point out the difficulties of getting Henry to voice an animated film:
“We only have a window of about three weeks to work with our voice actors, and if you’re an actor in demand, that can be really tough.
So that leaves us back where we started.. waiting for the Batman v Superman trailer to hit next month, with a little help from the talented @HenryCavillToon.
@HenryCavillNews #HenryCavill #BvS pic.twitter.com/nwhiVn7I2j
— Henry Cavill Cartoon (@HenryCavillToon) April 9, 2015
UPDATE 4/12: Jay Oliva is keeping the flame of hope ALIVE!!!
@huntris1371 @HenryCavillNews @DCComics if he ever wanted to be in one of my animated films he is always welcome!
— Jay Oliva (@jayoliva1) April 12, 2015
Okay, Henry.. you heard the man. IT'S ALL. ON. YOU.