Remi Noel Takes Tiny Batman On A Series Of Slightly Depressing Adventures [Art]
I think we can all agree that you can improve virtually anything by adding Batman to it, right? It’s just one of those unavoidable truths of the world, proven over and over again by how great things get on those rare occasions when the World’s Greatest Detective shows up. I mean, look, I like Alice In Wonderland just fine, but when you swap out Alice for Batman and it becomes the story of a haberdashery-themed supervillain with cybernetic mind control hats. That’s way better.
I’m getting a little off-track here, but what I’m trying to get at is that there’s some magic to be found in adding Batman to everyday situations, which is exactly what french artist Rémi Noël has done with a series of photographs. The compelling series of photos find Batman everywhere from a laundromat to a can of beans, and they’re pretty fantastic. Check a few of ’em out below!
I don’t think we’ll ever see anything in the world quite as sad as a costumed orphan who watched his parents get murdered in front of him reading a book about microwave cooking. For more of Tiny Batman and his adventures around the Southwestern United States, check out Nöel’s website!