Iconic Comic Book Covers In Stained Glass

July 20, 2011


This is a gallery of iconic comic book covers recreated in stained glass by artist Brandon Michael Barker (NOT Meower). They're all most impressive and would look great in the Church of Superheroes. Which doesn't actually exist except in my mind, which basically makes it 100% real as far as Geekologie is concerned. And let me tell you -- Sunday service gets craaaaaaaaazy up in here! People flying around and smashing pews, it's awesome. Then the pastor reads a comic book and discusses the important lessons to be learned. Plus we sing. Not hymns though -- superhero theme songs. ♫ Captain planet, he's our hero, gonna take pollution down to zero ♫ You know, shit like that. Then at the end of service we bust open a pinata of a supervillain that's filled with airplane bottles. Afterward, we all go to Sunday school and nap. Except Invisible Man. He sneaks around trying to look up women's skirts because he's a sinner. Or at least a pervert.

Hit the jump for several more along with their paper counterparts for comparison, as well as Da Vinci's 'Vitruvian Bebop', just for the hell of it.











Comics Get Covered In The Stained Glass Of Brandon Michael Barker [gammasquad]

Thanks to Terrance and christina, who both tried staining glass with easter egg dye with disappointing results. HA -- I COULD HAVE TOLD YOU THAT! (I tried it years ago)

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