Comic book, animation, video game and movie characters get a representation in this set of illustrations by Australian artist Josip Kelava. The artist believes there’s good and bad in all of us, and these illustrations put the villains in no less of a position than the heroes they portray. Prints available on Society6.
DC characters get a wee bit of retouching in these fan art illustrations by Hunter Schulz. The renderings take a different approach to the characters, mixing their classic looks with what appears to us like a touch of video game art.
The recent Batman movie trio of Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises have been given a touch of Batman: The Animated Series in this set of posters by illustrator Michael Rogers. In the set, all three movies get posters inspired by the style and the theme of the animated series. Available as prints on the artist’s Etsy shop.
Illustrations by John Staub show superheroes, had they been imagined in the medieval age. We imagine some very high-pitched battles as these men take to the battlefield for the honor of, and on the orders of their liege lords. This is quite a set though, as the illustrator kept the characters true to their own style, and the changes that would be demanded of them in the medieval age setting and attire.
Austin, Texas based artist Mike Alcantara made this collection of superhero and villain collages utilizing panels from old comic books. That’s recycling at its finest, superheroes made from superheroes. Prints available on the artist’s Etsy shop.
It is tough to form a quick opinion on the Superhero illustrations by William Wray; expressionism will do that for you. These are superheroes no doubt, but they are presented in more of a normal human setting. They are almost cosplayers, except that they are superheroes.
You have to love this superb Ying-Yang styled Batman vs. Superman poster. Made by Matt Ferguson, the poster is about the Man of Steel sequel, which should be on screens in 2015 and feature Batman and Superman.