Joe Manganiello as Deathstroke may be one of the best casting decisions for DC movies yet, as fans are calling his look "perfection."
Dying to know what Deathstroke is going to look like in the DC Comics universe but forgot to sit through the closing credits of "Justice League"? Don't worry, Joe Manganiello wasn't going to leave you hanging.
The actor posted a photo of himself to Instagram late Friday night, revealing the black-and-gold uniform, white hair and kickass eye patch of his master assassin character Slade Wilson.
Wilson, a.k.a Deathstroke, was featured in one of several "Justice League" post-credit scenes. For this particular teaser, audiences had to wait until the very end to see "Batman v. Superman" villain Lex Luthor meeting with the new bad guy on his yacht. After learning that Superman and Batman have formed the Justice League with Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg, Luthor decides it's time for the villains to form "a league of our own."
Manganiello's appearance at the end of "Justice League" is a leap across universes for the actor, as he appeared in Marvel's "Spider-Man" in 2002.
The scene was greeted with wild applause by DC Comics fans, who noted how well Manganiello matched the character from the comics.
perfect pic.twitter.com/lZatTnVxEb— will targaryen (@spooky_snake) November 25, 2017
PERFECT, JOE!!!!!!!!— Tony S Daniel (@TonyDanielx2) November 25, 2017