Billy the Butcher's Superhero Media Crossover Project asks the question of "Just how thin is the line that separates movies from comics? Modern from classic? Pixels from ink?" His pairing of images from comic strips with those of blockbuster films point to a myriad of similarities and differences.
The Superhero Media Crossover Project clings to the intense relationship between the paper-based representations of super heroes and current on-screen performances.
Publications released during the 60s and 70s are still highly relevant to how characters appear in mainstream cinemas, and this is evident in Billy the Butcher's depictions of the Hulk and Spiderman. While the illustrations do come from different time periods, there is harmony between the two, even in spite of the variations.
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