Then and Now Superheroes and Supervillains

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After watching the most recent episode of Gotham and then seeing the promo for tonight’s The Flash, it dawned on me how superheroes and supervillains have changed over the years.

It’s a mix between advanced CGI and better costume design, but it’s hard to imagine taking Lou Ferrigno as The Hulk seriously after seeing Mark Ruffalo’s version in The Avengers. Or even Adam West’s skin-tight Batman get-up compared to Christopher Bale’s full-out armored suit.

Just take a look at the difference between the past and present superheroes and supervillains:

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I’m sure I’m missing some comparisons, can you think of any more? What do you think of the differences? Let me know in the comments.

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