Elizabethan Era Superheroes

You loved Renaissance Era Auto-Mechanics so we decided to tell you about amazing photo art project by Sacha Goldberger where he imagines how superheroes and pop-culture icons would look like if they lived in Elizabethan era. Scroll down and enjoy!

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

Elizabethan era superheroes and pop-culture icons.

13 thoughts on “Elizabethan Era Superheroes”

  1. The collars wouldn’t belong to a soldier (like Captain America or Wolverine) or acrobat (catwoman). Batman turned out surprisingly well.

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  2. Too freaking funny…R2D2 in a ruffle cuff….well done but seriously…superhero cosplay meets ren faire…too funny

  3. Shouldn’t Captain America be Captain English Colony, with a white suit and Red Cross of St. George?

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  4. i have no idea why but out of all of these Joker is definitely my favorite, i’ve always liked the villains :D

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