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Vincent Aparo

As I write this, the New York Giants are facing off against the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.

Artist Vincent Aparo had his own idea of what the Giants Vs. Patriots would look like with a comics-inspired piece of art that’s an homage to fellow artist Scott C and his Great Showdowns series.

Here’s what Aparo had to say about his piece:

I thought it’d be a cool idea to do a little homage to one of my favorite artists while keeping in theme of tomorrow’s big game so…shabam! patriots vs giants!

I know I’ve got some random dc characters but the giants in the marvelverse are so much cooler! and comedian was fun. I give you the Patriots vs Giants in a dolled up comic staging. (after Scott C.)

[Source: Vincent Aparo via Buzzfeed]

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