In a series of print ads for Brazilian restaurant chain Tommy's, heroes are seen fighting personifications of their inner hunger. Each advertisement has an arch-nemesis of a famous figure replacing their stomach. Along with this creepy visual is the text "Don't let hunger beat you."
Developed by Brazilian ad agency Perfil 252, the ads used both American President Barack Obama and Batman to advertise the diner. The iconic symbols of good are seen discontent with their greatest foe nested among their organs. Obama's stomach was replaced with the visage of Osama bin Laden while Batman had the Joker inserted into his body. Both heroes had a portion of their body cut away so that the epic battle being waged within their bodies can be seen.
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Comically Crude Pop Art
Paternal Super Hero Depictions
Abstract Super Hero Illustrations
Alienated Superhero Illustrations
Super Hero Typography