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College Humor's Internet Justice League Illustrates Popular Sites as Heroes

 - Nov 22, 2013
References: collegehumor & designtaxi
This incredible article from College Humor imagines an internet justice league, where popular websites are depicted as superheroes. The article also defines their powers, personalities and nemeses in addition to depicting each site as a cartoon character complete with capes and other hero garb. The piece includes Google, Facebook, Reddit, the Huffington Post, Amazon and Google Plus.

It is very telling of Google's internet presence that there are two separate Google superheroes. According to the nemesis outlined by this internet justice league piece, Google's nemisis is Yahoo, where as Goole Plus's nemesis is Facebook. However, where there is a small speech bubble of protestation coming from Facebook claiming he is not the enemy of Google Plus.

The heroic illustrations were done by Tanner Caldwell.