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Superheroes In Real Life

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We don't like to think of superheroes having to put up with the mundanities of everyday life (although Big Train did do this amazing sketch), but the fact remains that even they have to wash and iron their capes and suits like the rest of us.

French illustrator Grégoire Guillemin has created these brilliant prints of various superheroes going about their daily lives when the cameras aren't looking - and it seems that they get up to a few surprising activities.

They're all available to buy from his Society6 page, so for roughly £12 ($20) you can get Batman cleaning his teeth to hang up in your bathroom. Because no matter how many superpowers you have, you can't afford a build-up of tartar on those molars.

Images: Grégoire Guillemin





























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