This is incredibly well done! I'm going to be using Lucky Blue Smith as the visual reference for the appearance of an Evil Superman-like character that's going to be one of the minor supporting villains in a comic book I'm doing for my own original character who is a Superman-like character(and I'm using Denzel Washington when he was in his early to mid thirties as the visual reference for the original Superman-like character who is the main character of the comic).
And then I'll use Arnold Schwarzenegger when he was younger as a reference for the physique of the Super Hero I'm basing on Lucky Blue Smith.I was originally going to have the Evil Superman-like character(who,along with some other Super Heroes in the comic, will be revealed in the comic to be a traitor in league with the main villains and the invading force)have blonde hair but I didn't want him to be compared to Homelander from The Seven in The Boys comic book and the show of the same name based on it on Amazon Prime,so II'll have the character have completely prematurely grey/silver hair,like he does here(even though the character will still only be in his twenties).I'm hoping to do something a little different with the Evil Superman cliche and trope in popular fiction!
Hopefully,Lucky Blue Smith won't mind having a Super Hero in a published comic book based on him! A lot of people may not know this but characters in comic books are based on real people all the time.