My girlfriend got this poster and a matching DC comics one because I complained that all our decor was girly and she knows that I'm into comics. However, I'm much more of a DC fan. I don't want to seem like a douche and have a poster up where I don't know all the characters. The only one I'm unsure of is the red, gold, and blue one on the right. Help me out /co/!
Thanks, I'll read up on her.
Here's the DC one, which I like a lot better.
I wouldn't of ever bought it for myself, but I didn't want to hurt her feelings, especially since they are in nice frames. It's better than another picture of some Audrey Hepburn/Marylin Monroe type, or just some words that "love" or "Home sweet home" bullshit.
Just google "minimalist DC poster" and several sites pop up. They run $8-$10 each. Amazon has cheap poster frames.
>That lack of design consistency
the people who make these only know Marvel from the movies, they do a google search and find comic images as reference. they have never read a comic book from before 2010.
that's fucking movie Iron Man while the rest are actual comic book designs.
us nerds, huh? fuck them.
wow that just completely proved >>78710755
right i guess. How the fuck could a marvel poster not have spiderman or wolverine on it. prolly just googled girl superhero to get captain marvel.
>tfw you already have a blue lantern shirt and power ring