Dylan Collard's 'Super Heroes' Showcases Life After Fame
The series, which Dylan Collard said, "[...] comes from a desire to hold onto some of that childish belief and imagination and ask where some of my superheroes might have ended up if they were alive today."
From an elderly Wonder Woman mopping stairs to the Joker just casually reading the paper, Dylan Collard's Super Heroes series is seemingly depressing, but creates a knowledge that there is life after fame.
Implications - People who are fascinated by iconic characters tend to spin off with their own ideas of what happened after the story ended. By doing this, they finish the tale they felt may have been unfinished while sharing their own version with fellow appreciators.Stats for Retired Superhuman Retrospectives Trending: Older & Chilly
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