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Eric Palmer Imagines Superhero and Sci-Fi Movies 8-Bit Style

Working to put a spritely spin on iconic films from the past fifteen years or so, designer Eric Palmer has transformed even the most serious of superhero and sci-fi characters into friendly faces. Palmer’s primarily stuck to using classic Mega Man game sprites as a template for 8-bit versions of Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Joker from The Dark Knight, V from V For Vendetta and more. In the case of Palmer’s non-comics posters for Kill Bill, The Matrix and Harry Potter, the art is even a pixelated reminder of what might have been if they’d have been created in the ’80s or early ’90s. Actually, letting Capcom loose on those series for NES-style games still seems like a solid idea… See some of Palmer’s 8-bit style posters after the jump.

[Via Crunchy Roll]

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