Your Life’s Supervillains by Caldwell Tanner

Vintage comic books didn’t go far enough: time-traveling reverse-clones or wizards with rainbow butts could never be considered legitimate villains, instead the true horror resided in the all-too-real real-world obligations and never-ending stream of personal disappointments. Comics should have told it how it be and depicted the true evil of turning out just like your parents.

Artist: Website / Tumblr (source: College Humor)

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