The Witcher is a fantasy-based series of novels and short stories written by renowned author Andrzej Sapkowski. The series whirls around the title “witcher”, Geralt of Rivia. In Sapkowski’s works, “witchers” are beast hunters who form supernatural abilities at a very toddler age to fight wild beasts and monsters. The books have been converted into a film

The witcher franchise

 witcher franchise
The fantasies of the witcher world keep one entertained

There’s nothing new about toy conversions and folks have gotten exceptionally aesthetic over the years in molding an action figure from one line or another into something else completely. In the case of The Witcher franchise, there’s not actually any toys of Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia from Netflix’s The Witcher, but there is a handful of Henry Cavill as Superman. And the fine folks at Criassauro have utilized that opportunity to assemble together a version of Geralt using Cavill as Superman, and the whole process is genuinely something to behold.

Geralt of Rivia

In the video below, Renato Ahoop of the group fully converts the Superman figure into an authentic impressive piece of work through a number of steps that finally produce a version of Henry Cavill’s likeness as Geralt of Rivia, posing after defeating a monster. Admittedly, the look and outfit more closely resembles that of the game series from CD Projekt Red, but given that wild transformation that took place here, we’re willing to cut them some slack.

Reviews of Netflix

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NetFlix reviews the witcher franchise

Based on the best-bought fantasy series, The Witcher is an exclusive story of destiny and family. Geralt of Rivia, a lone monster hunter, wrestles to find his place in a world where people generally prove more devious than beasts. But when fate hurtles him toward a powerful sorceress, and a young princess with a vicious secret, the three must learn to steer the increasingly explosive Continent together.”

Sources: It’s covered from, comic book

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