Superheroes – Past/Present



The most memorable superheroes are not just those with almost-supernatural powers or fantastic gadgets, but the ones with whom we empathize with the most. Comic book writers cleverly give these powerful beings wonderful origin stories, which not only lend them a touch of poignant vulnerability, but also justifiable reasons for their single-minded pursuit of justice.

Khao Ho, an illustrator from San Francisco, California, created this minimalist poster series to show us that “despite the trials of our past, what we choose to do moving forward is much more important to us and the world we share.”

Link to the artist’s site | Behance.

Hit the jump to see more illustrations from the series.


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No Flash No Cry

You tell them, Uncle Steve. (Image Credit: No Flash No Cry - Apple, a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivative-Works (2.0) image from hulk4598's photostream)

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Every Day the Same Dream – Flash Game

“Every Day The Same Dream” is little flash game from mollieindustria. In the game, you are a typical, white-collar drone of a nameless corporation. You wake up each day, finish…

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Play Doom in Your Browser

I really don’t have a lot of great memories about the 90s. They just flew by in a blur for me.  I do remember, however,  having spent hundreds of pleasurable…

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