Meet Herbert “Superman” Chavez | Botched | E!

After 23 surgeries to become the Man of Steel, Herbert wants one more procedure to grant him rock-hard abs. Can "Botched" help him become his comic book idol?

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42 Comments

  1. With all the money spent on the 25 surgeries he could have donated money to charity as he mentions he doesn’t do.

    • ComicsLegend Surgery in the Philippines don’t cost as much as surgeries in the U.S. man. But then they have Doctors that only go to school for that one specialty vs the U.S. Doctors who take filler classes they technically won’t need in the future. Mexico is a good example, in Mexico it take an average of 4 years to become a doctor. In the U.S. the average is 8 – 10 years. So in countries like Mexico there are doctors everywhere. Lemme explain how cheap they are… U.S. orthodontistry will charge you around $5,000 to put braces on you… I’ve seen Dentists, not even orthodontists, just plain ol’ dentists in Mexico do it for like $50 – $200, not even joking, that’s just how it is over there, ur prolly gana ask me, do they even do a good job? Some do, some don’t, but then that’s how it is in the U.S. as well isn’t it? Haha 😂

    • A lot of times when money is donated the people who need to really don’t get any thing. The government takes it mainly for advertising and publicity things. Therefore making a child happy seeing “superman” could mean a lot more to them and there familys

  2. he is a creep….and if he wants to help ”the children”, he can stop collecting superman memorabilia, and stop paying for plastic (unnecessary) surgery and just donate.

    • Many patients in Botched are actually demanding for implants surgery, if you watched other episodes of Botched, patients are wanting some enhancements on their bodies with these implants.

  3. This guy’s surgeries aren’t bad… Considering he only spent around five grand… Goes to show you don’t have to spend hundreds of thousands..

    • Sam Davis All he can do is practice making a deeper voice. Which shouldn’t be that hard, in all of Supermans adaptations, I’ve never heard him have a deep voice.

  4. Surgeons are taking advantage of the mentally ill when he should have had therapy. Superman isn’t real, it’s a fictional story.

    • If he does find that there’s a way to do it, then maybe he might, though it is painful and it might not make one walk for a year. In other words, it’s not really worth it.

  5. He actually looks very handsome just being real if he worked out he would look even better cause it would slim down his body and his face [imo]. Idk when I see these botched stories sometimes the people look really bad.

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