An artist going by the name of Blo0p (it’s weird, I know) has posted this series of silhouettes based on the faces and likenesses of popular Marvel and DC superhero characters. Sadly missing are the likes of Dark Horse characters like Abe Sapien and Hellboy, but that’s okay.
Articles Tagged: superheroes
Superheroes are often renowned for a specific ability or superpower that makes them superior and allows them to accomplish their various feats. Of course, this also serves as great material to parody and make fun of. So, the folks over at CollegeHumor created this funny series, which is basically (bad) advice on how to be [...]
French photographer Sacha Goldberger discovered that his 91-year-old Hungarian grandmother Frederika was feeling depressed a few years ago, and decided to cheer her up by casting her as a superhero in a cool photographic series. The series was a rousing success and some of the photographs are pure works of art. Check out what grandma [...]
Most people wish they were superheroes, or at the very least, that they had superpowers. Whether it’s to save the world, or just be able to move at the speed of light, superhuman abilities have been coveted and explored by the media industry for generations. But, being a superhero is actually hard work. Not only [...]
Superheros are incredibly iconic characters, immortalized in comic books, film and TV. Lately, it seems that Hollywood is in love with adapting comic book characters to the screen, and nearly all the comic book movie adaptations have been smashing successes at the box office. Chris Stevens is an illustrator who enjoys creating adaptations of various [...]
Marvel Comics has a large number of iconic superheros ranging from Iron Man to the Hulk. The superheros are collectively known as a team known as The Avengers. Meanwhile, Jurassic Park is a highly popular film franchise focused around a park filled with dinosaurs from prehistoric times. With tyrannosaurus rex, stegosaurus, and other dinosaurs, the park [...]
Indonesian artist and illustrator Agan Harahap has superimposed superheroes and villains into a selection of wartime photographs.