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Superheroes and their villainous counterparts aren't exactly struggling when it comes to the cool stakes. In fact, if anything, they've got too damn much of the stuff. But handing out even more of it to the comic book stars is designer Josh Siegel, aka Rogan Josh.

His modernist posters give a new spin to some of our favourites, from Superman to Batman to Iron Man. They all look incredibly wall-friendly so if you're feeling generous, could you get us a few for the ShortList office?

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