Children of famous superheroes and villains in troubled millennial avatars
Apparently being a superhero or villain’s kid won’t make you immune to the problems of the millennial generation. Illustrator and writer Simone van der Spuy imagines what millennial mini superheroes and villains could possibly look like in her special art series. (Photo: Instagram/ @monstasart)
Simone feels that people from previous generations often describe youngsters also known now as the ‘millennials’ as narcissistic, entitled, lazy and indecisive. Could the inherited super powers/ abilities of these mini superheroes and villains be affected on any way by the dysfunctional aspects of our society?
Over here, Bat boy is shown to suffer from fast food addiction.
It's too bad that Wonder Woman II seems to be caught up with being obsessed and even unhappy about her appearance like most young vulnerable girls.
Electro Boy has no time to fight superheroes with his electrically charged powers. He seems to busy playing with Nintendo and iPod to do anything else.
Hulk II is too burdened with schoolwork and projects to spare time to cultivate his superpowers.
Junior Voldemort has major self-esteem issues because of a missing facial feature - his nose. Although he has begun wearing a mask; he is still very keen to go for a facial reconstruction surgery to fit in with the crowd.
Joker II's mischievous and cunning ways gets him in trouble at school more than he would have liked to. He spends a great amount of his time in detention and is upset with everybody.
Bat boy's loyal sidekick, Robin II is following his orders even when he shouldn't He has become a fast food addict now too.
Flash II surprises everyone with his super-fast powers and abilities. But people now have begun to suspect that all this is probably because of him taking steroids and other power supplements.