Fallen Superheroes by Eric Curtis

They may be fallen superheroes, but they certainly have not lost any of that superhero charm in my book.

These fallen superheroes are the creations of Eric Curtis, an LA-based photographer who has released a book titled – you guessed it – Fallen Superheroes. I had never heard of Eric Curtis before, but apparently, he has worked with some big names in Hollywood including David Lynch, Danny Glover, rocker Tommy Lee, the bands My Chemical Romance and Linkin Park, and rapper Method Man.

His work has been lauded as being unique, with the emphasis on the use of studio lighting in the real world outside the studio. Together with writers Scott Allen Perry and Adam Mock, Fallen Superheroes was created to catch the attention of superhero lovers who are open to some belly-jiggling laughs. And I kid you not.

Here are some of my fallen superhero picks.

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Yellow Fever

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Healing Feet

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Conehands

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Butter & Fly

I think this one is brilliant, if only because someone should have thought of it already!

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Fast Food

Last, but not the least, is the Stress Bitch. Enough said.

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Stress Bitch

You can get a copy of Fallen Superheroes from Medallion Press for $29.99, a small price to pay for a coffee table book that will instigate tons of laughter-filled conversation.


About Noemi Tasarra-Twigg

Freelance writer and wannabe beach bum; ditched her day job as an English teacher for writing and has not regretted it a single bit. When not writing, Noemi can be found on the road, hoping to encounter the dragon of her dreams. Yes, she's into fantasy novels, gadgets, and practically anything that catches her interest. Shiny!

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