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5 Comic book travel posters

Imagine if holidays weren't restricted to actual, real-life places? Where else would you fancy going?

If you're anything like American designer Justin Van Genderen then you'll probably be pretty keen on visiting some comic book locales. The playgrounds of Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, The Fantastic Four and Akira have been turned into art deco style travel posters which certainly beat anything that you've seen in Thomas Cook.

While the posters do certainly sell their respective cities, you would have to be wary of the high crime rates and worrying levels of mass destruction though.

To get your hands on one of these posters head here.

Check out yesterday's Star Wars tourism posters.

(Images: Justin Van Genderen)

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