Comics Superhero Tattoo Sleeves Help Avoid Pain

Superhero Tattoo Sleeves Help Avoid Pain

These superhero tattoo sleeves might just be what you need, if you are an indecisive person who can’t choose between two or more opposing thoughts.

A number of geeks usually have their allegiance built towards not just one comic strip, but a lot more. This might put the prospective tattoo client in predicament, if they should go ahead and get it or if they shouldn’t. Moreover, tattoos aren’t easy to remove and might need laser interventions which are time consuming, expensive and very intrusive.

Thus, these tattoo sleeves which are inspired by Captain America, Hulk and Spider-Man might just do the trick and help you to choose a safer and more transient option that a permanent tattoo.


The tattoos cost $10 a piece and cover the entire length of your arm, which is a good thing.

Moreover, at $10, these tattoo sleeves are extremely affordable and can be great gift ideas as well, if you know someone who likes comic strips but aren’t sure which one you must pick. In fact, you may pick up tattoo sleeves dedicated to more than just a few superheroes, which would ensure that the gift receiver would have a lot to brag about to their geeky friends.

You might also want to take a look at the 22 Geeky Pacman Tattoos which we had featured sometime ago. The Bare-all Superhero Tattoo is darn cool as well.

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