It’s usually best for characters to stay in their universe, because when they do pass to other worlds, things get weird. Redditor yougruesomehare made this image of various characters moonlighting as PacMan.
Being a super hero isn’t easy, especially when you don’t have any super powers. Granted, enterprising minds could build awesome stuff for themselves a la Batman and Iron Man, but none of that awesome stuff or even the raw materials come cheap.
Artist Ïve Bastrash combined some of the best sci-fi movies ever, with a classic touch of cartoon style art for the posters. The set is titled Cinémarium Poster Series.
Taking note of the superpowers comic book characters have, it would not be too difficult to imagine them as deities, or gods. Artist Tim Maclean built on the concept to present comic book heroes as Greek Gods. Hulk does make a very good Hercules, and the persona of Batman probably would go well with the Hades representation. The paintings are available at subtext Gallery.
Superman is getting a reboot in 2013 with the Man of Steel; this time, with 100% more sonic boom.
Calamity Jon Morris imagined what Marvel characters would look like, or more accurately, feel like if they were imagined playing a part in the good old pulp detective novels. Of course they might be stripped off their super powers, but the world of pulp fiction is not devoid of its benefits either.
This impressive Batman villain fan art from artist James Zapata is right on time to go along The Dark Knight Rises.
Artist Andy Fairhurst‘s interpretation of superheroes sees them as children, silhouetted children in action behooving the style of the superheroes. Take a closer look, and these just might be regular kids taking a shot at being their favorite superhero.