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The Red Skull: Meet The Man Who Went Extreme With Surgeries, Tattoos To Look Like The Real Devil (+ Photos)

A 37-year-old Venezuelan man, Henry Rodriguez

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An affectionate dad-of-one has gone to extreme lengths to transform himself into Captain America's nemesis the Nazi supervillain, Red Skull.

Venezuelan father who spent £30,000 transforming himself into the fictional Nazi supervillain, Red Skull


A 37-year-old Venezuelan man, Henry Rodriguez, from Caracas, who undergone multiple facial modifications over the years, has transformed himself into the fictional Nazi supervillain, Red Skull, after spending upto £30,000 in multiple surgeries.

According to Dailymail, the man's journey started when he got his eyes tattooed black, has implants inserted into his head and then undergoes a painful operation to have part of his nose removed.

During the tattoo and modification processes

Speaking to a correspondent, the father of a three-year-old son, said: 'I would like to highlight that I came from a very modest and traditional family,' Rodriguez said.

'It wasn't easy for my family to accept my lifestyle but, even so, they are still my family and a part of me. My son Aarón Rodrigo is three-years-old. If he accepts me and loves me I don't care about what other people would say. What matters to me is being happy and accepting myself. We will always be judged.'

Rodriguez interacts with his adoring 3-year-old son, Aaron

Speaking further, he said;

'Since I was a child, I've always liked what was different, extrovert and I am a comic fanatic and I love the Marvel Universe. For that reason I decided to be who I am now and I feel good with myself. That's the most important thing.

'I started this project around seven years ago. I wanted to turn myself into this amazing comic character who I've really admired since I was little. I feel like there are similarities between this character and I regarding to personality and attitude.

'It is important to say that the only thing I don't have in common with him is his Nazi ideology, As for his physical appearance, I've always been attracted to that unique shape, his extrovert personality and uniqueness,' said Henry.

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