We've seen some officially superheroic album covers over the years, but German artist Uwe de Witt answers the question: What if every musician lived in a comic book universe? ComicsAlliance and Ultimate Classic Rock have teamed up to feature de Witt's clever album cover parodies, which inject Marvel, DC and other characters into both classic and contemporary imagery popularized by The Beatles, Metallica, Lady Gaga, Pink Floyd and more. You can get a look at a few of our favorites after the jump before hitting Ultimate Classic Rock for another solid selection.

Sin City's Marv vs. Metallica: Ride the Lightning

Uwe De Witt/DCC Compact Classics

Conan vs. The Beatles: Rubber Soul

Uwe De Witt/Apple Records/Capitol Records

The X-Men vs. The Police: Ghost In The Machine

Uwe de Witt/A&M Records

Doctor Doom vs. Pink Floyd: The Division Bell

Uwe de Witt /EMI/Columbia

Uncanny X-Force vs. Guns N' Roses: Appetite For Destruction

Uwe de Witt/USM Japan/WARNER-PIONEER CORPORATION

The Fantastic Four vs. Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here

Uwe de Witt/Harvest Columbia/CBS

The Joker vs. Lady Gaga: Poker Face

Uwe de Witt /Streamline/KonLive/Cherrytree/Interscope

Batman vs. Phil Collins: Face Value

Uwe de Witt Batman/WEA Musik GmbH/Virgin Records/Atlantic Records

Ghost Rider vs. Kraftwerk: Autobahn

Uwe de Witt/Philips/Vertigo

Fantastic Four vs. Blur: Blur's Greatest Hits

Uwe de Witt/Food/Virgin/Parlophone