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Adrian Tranquilli born 1966 is one of the most interesting...









































Adrian Tranquilli born 1966 is one of the most interesting artists on the Italian contemporary art scene. Tranquili wanted to focus less on the superpowers and more on their human fragility of some of our most beloved heroes such as Batman, Superman, Wolverine and Spider-Man. He shows us the rarely seen, vulnerable side of our favorite superheroes.


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