'The Secret Life of Heroes' Shows Comic Icons as Average People

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: • References: society6 & incrediblethings
Comic books characters were never really thought of as regular people, and they're made to appear extremely extraordinary. Artist Greg Guillemin's 'The Secret Life of Heroes' puts comic book favorites such Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman in everyday scenarios where they are stripped bare to showcase ordinary everyday moments and experiences.

The illustrations breaks down the barriers of heroes and the everyday man. These captures include such things as Wonder Woman stuffing her bra, Superman picking his nose and the dynamic duo making out. The comic book characters are shown in real life scenarios that they would actually find themselves in. These drawings aren't meant to defame these beloved heroes, but to showcase a more human aspect to their characters, even if those aspects aren't the most realistic of scenarios. Stats for Humanized Comic Heroes Trending: Older & Popular
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