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Someone Used Stephen Amell’s Arrow Abs For Joe Manganiello True Blood Fan Art And We Are So Confused

Simply ABulous!

Ok, so you know we’re not usually “HEY, LOOK AT THESE BODY PARTS” here on The Mary Sue, but we hope you’ll excuse us just this once. This tweet crossed my path today and at first I wasn’t sure what the hub-bub was. And then I saw it – True Blood’s Joe Manganiello and Arrow’s Stephen Amell HAD THE SAME CHEST. I’d seen the Arrow poster before, but they couldn’t possibly have used one actor’s body for the other in official advertising, right? Turns out the True Blood poster is fan made. But now the question remains – why steal Amell’s scarred pecs and six pack?

After a quick search, I found out this is actually fan art created by Emre Ünaylı. To which we say, why the body doubling? Not for nothing but Manganiello has been shirtless in just about EVERY role he’s ever played. Apparently Ünaylı was getting a lot of flack from all sides about this and decided to post a few tweets as explanation to save time.

I’m just gonna leave this Google image search here.

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Jill Pantozzi is a pop-culture journalist and host who writes about all things nerdy and beyond! She’s Editor in Chief of the geek girl culture site The Mary Sue (Abrams Media Network), and hosts her own blog “Has Boobs, Reads Comics” (TheNerdyBird.com). She co-hosts the Crazy Sexy Geeks podcast along with superhero historian Alan Kistler, contributed to a book of essays titled “Chicks Read Comics,” (Mad Norwegian Press) and had her first comic book story in the IDW anthology, “Womanthology.” In 2012, she was featured on National Geographic’s "Comic Store Heroes," a documentary on the lives of comic book fans and the following year she was one of many Batman fans profiled in the documentary, "Legends of the Knight."