Famed Photoshop maestro Bosslogic asks “What if Marvel became DC and DC became Marvel?” Here are the pics and some thoughts…
This will never happen, but I’d love to see Marvel try.
Eh. ScarJo isn’t my favorite actress. Not sure this is a good fit.
I’d pay good money to see this one. Cavill’d make a SUPERB Cap.
OTOH, I don’t think Chris Evans makes a good superman.
Give him blonde hair, and he might pull it off.
Sure, that works.
This pic isn’t as good as the rest, but I think that RDJ could nail Bruce Wayne / Batman (even if his Bruce Wayne would be disconcertingly similar to Tony Stark).
Ben Affleck is actually a talented actor, and his Tony Stark might be a lot more like the comics’ than RDJ’s Stark was.
Not sure if he could do it, but I’d like to see him try.
That, he might be able to pull off.
I don’t want to see Ezra Miller as anyone, but especially not Spider-Man. As Justice League showed, he’s just not funny and Spidey needs to be funny.
Tom Holland might be okay, though.
I say give it a try.
Photog Darshelle Stevens has done some AMAZING cosplay work.
You can find some more below, or on her Flickr page At The Link!
In a universe next door (or maybe a couple of doors past that) many movies were made long before they were supposed to be…
AND IT WAS AWESOME.
It’s not just that the posters are pitch-perfect matches for their time, it’s the CASTING. Seriously, read who else is supposed to be in these.
Richard Pryor as The Corporate Coward? PERFECT.
Someday, real-world CGI technology may allow these movies to be made, and I hope somebody remembers these because they’d be SPECTACULAR.
Check out a bunch more marvelous movies never made below, and even more at the artist’s Behance page.
Steve Martin in Elf? Richard Burton in 28 Days Later? Young Mel Gibson in Thor: Ragnarok?
Artist BossLogic, also known as Kode LGX, specializes in photobashing great pictures of awesome stuff. Check it!
Below is a whole bunch more, or you can check him out on Artstation!
Austrian photog Cornelia Gillmann has done some GREAT work. Just great.
More after the break, or you can check out her complete gallery at her DeviantArt page.
Continue reading Cosplay Perfection by Cornelia Gillmann!