Superhero Mashup: 12 Digital Fanart Pieces of Your Favorite Supes!

Superheroes from different worlds interacting with each other have been something almost every one of us wants to see at some point.

An artist named Gianfranco Gallo put his knowledge on how to make digital art by bringing together various superheroes you would not have seen together otherwise.

From an amalgamation of DC and Marvel to superheroes from different times coming together, the artist played with any and every superhero character he could think of. And the results are looking to be amazing.

Here are 12 such combinations,

  1. Superman and The Dark Knight

Henry Cavill’s Superman is pictured here with Christian Bale’s Dark Knight, and it looks pretty dope.

  1. Avengers and Wonder Woman

Captain America and the God of Thunder are accompanied by Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman.

  1. Wolverine and Deadpool

Hugh Jackman’s Logan being stalked by Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool (and not the earlier version).

  1. Black Panther and The Incredible Hulk

T’Challa aka the Black Panther is fighting alongside the Incredible Hulk from the 1970s.

  1. Joker and Superman

Heath Ledger’s Joker from Nolan’s The Dark Knight is sitting with Christopher Reeves’ Superman.

  1. Robocop and Iron Man

Peter Weller’s Robocop is getting into a fight with Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man.

  1. Captain America and Supergirl

Chris Evans’ Captain America is standing with Melissa Benoist’s Kara Zor El aka Supergirl.

  1. Doctor Strange and The Flash

Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange and Grant Gustin’s Barry Allen are both looking on.

  1. Deadstroke and Deadpool

Wade Wilson and Slade Wilson – two Wilson’s from two completely different worlds are getting ready to fight.

  1. Batman and Man of Steel

Adam West’s Batman from the 1960s and Henry Cavill’s Superman from the 2010s are coming for you!

  1. Catwoman and Daredevil

Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises and Matt Murdock aka Daredevil in the dead of the night.

  1. Penguin and The Flash

Penguin from Batman Begins is getting tailed by Arrowverse’s The Flash, aka one Barry Allen.

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