Total Nerd 22 Epic Pieces Of Comic Book Inspired Street Art From Around The World  

Cynthia Griffith
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List Rules Vote up the grafitti combining the best design and location.

Superhero graffiti stands as old as comics themselves, and it keeps getting better with age. Now that graffiti is global, viewing it takes a whole new level. One of the best ways to pay tribute to your favorite comic can be spray-painting it on a wall, barn, or even a mobile vehicle. 

Armed with little more than a can of paint, an empty wall, and a rebellious streak, street artists leave behind remarkable shading, elegant lines, and a deep appreciation for our favorite heroes and villains. Similar to the greatest graffiti illustrators of the past, those of today still occasionally go unknown, just like the identities of the superheroes they honor. 

Here’s a look at some of the best super hero graffiti we found around the world.


The Dark Knight Rises is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list 22 Epic Pieces Of Comic Book Inspired Street Art From Around The World
Photo:  Sir Pussy/Imgur

The artist who covered this otherwise mundane overpass with the magnificent Dark Knight is as much a mystery as the graffiti itself.

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The Joker In Colorado


The Joker In Colorado is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list 22 Epic Pieces Of Comic Book Inspired Street Art From Around The World
Photo:  Deviantart

The abandoned corners of Colorado are getting a facelift in the form of Joker's dubious grin thanks to Longmont artist Gamma A

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The Joker Unhinged In Australia


The Joker Unhinged In Australi... is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list 22 Epic Pieces Of Comic Book Inspired Street Art From Around The World
Photo:  Owen Dippie/Imgur

How could you not crack a smile at this crafty and creepy doorway brought to Melbourne, Australia by artist Owen Dippie?

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Superman In Denmark


Superman In Denmark is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list 22 Epic Pieces Of Comic Book Inspired Street Art From Around The World
Photo:  JuseOneFUA/Deviant Art

Artist Juse One adds a touch of Metropolis to Copenhagen with this expansive Superman mural inspired by the Alex Ross version of the Man of Steel.