Aside from the editing headaches I had a lot of fun with this week’s theme of multiple exposures. I had a few landscape shots I was originally going to use for this week, but instead I’ve decided to geek out with my shots this week instead (big surprise there). I decided to combine a few of my favorite characters and comic covers with some interesting results.
First, I took my copies of Iceman #1 from the original 1984 mini series and the second series which debuted in 2001. Here are the results, along with the original covers/shots.
For the next batch I decided to go a little old school with my copy of Marvel Tales Starring: Spider-Man #53 (1964) and the not-so famous The Spectacular Peter Parker Spider-Man #101 (1976).
For my last mash-up, I decided to combine two frames from two of my all-time favorite comics, Frank Miller’s Batman: Year One (1987) and The Killing Joke (1988). I wanted to capture two of the most iconic scenes for both Batman and The Joker. The infamous turning point when the lowly comedian known as Jack Napier turns into the homicidal maniac known as The Joker. I combined that scene with the equally memorable scene from Year One when a novice Batman crashes into the Falcone Mansion while the family hosts a dinner full of corrupt Gotham officials and utters the words, “Ladies and Gentleman, you have eaten well.”