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If Villains Had 80s Covers

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Never has the tired phrase "It's good to be bad" seemed more appropriate.

With one foot in his 80s pop culture archive and a hand rummaging through his 80s vinyl collection, American illustrator Rocky Davies has created a brilliant series of villainous album covers.

What we'd give to see a super group formed of the Xenomorph and Predator, or the Riddler and Joker covering the likes of Salt-n-Pepa. We're not sure if Davies has run out of ideas, but here's hoping he gives some classic good guys a chance to appear on some death metal band covers?

Head over to Davies' DeviantArt page to see more of his work.

(Images: Rocky Davies)

[Via: Geek-Art.net]

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