Everything looks better in 8-Bit and Pixels, especially Superheroes, which we have probably seen in about a million other different versions.
But in 8-Bit form? Well, you probably have seen them, or at least some of them, this way in the past. Fan and alternative art, recreating pretty much everything modern in pixelated and 8-bit form has become quite a popular trend recently.
Why? Well, retro, like always. People are a bit nostalgic when it comes to their video games from the 1980’s and 1990’s, so they want things that look too real, too slick and too good these days to remind them and the rest of us of when the world was simpler and better.
The Incredible (and Green) Hulk
For more 8-Bit coolness, we’ve got two earlier posts you’re bound to like: 8-Bit Versions of Movie Posters with the likes of Harry Potter and 300 in attendance, or 8-bit Versions of Classic Paintings, with Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” or Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl With a Pearl Earring” in attendance.
Art via XombieDirge