This year DC entertainment and Batman fans worldwide are celebrating the Caped Crusader’s 75th anniversary. In honor of this historic occasion One-Shot Gallery in New York asked fans to submit their work to an exhibition called “Great Villains of Gotham: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot.” Check out some of our favorite pieces from the show.
Alex Leighton’s Joker delightfully emphasizes the comical aspects of the super-villain, though we still wouldn’t want to mess around with this maniac.
In The Riddler Jason Chalker portrays the Batman adversary with an expression as quizzical as his personality.
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Even the most brazen creatures would stay away from M.S. Corley’s Scarecrow.
Celeste Pille’s Poison Ivy: Vogue Gallery represents the villainess equally as fashionable as she is evil.
Polar Bears might be used to Mr. Freeze’s favorite weather, but it’s surprising that anything can survive in Beau Berkley’s Frozen City.
Huong Tran sure has some unbelievable carving skills! No one better try to use these crayons!
Only the biggest fool would mess with Cuyler Smith’s Clayface.