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They may not be Earth's mightiest heroes, but they're the cutest

Illustrator Rocky Davies, who previously took us back to the '80s with supervillain album covers, now delivers an overdose of cuteness with his "Kid Hero" series, depicting pint-sized versions of Iron Man, Captain America, Wolverine, Leonardo (of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fame) and more.

I know I should probably question teeny Tony Stark's Van Dyke, but I'm too busy smiling about li'l Nick Fury chomping on a peppermint stick.

"My childhood was filled with so many heroes. Toys, cartoons, comics, video games, everywhere I turned there were heroes," Davies explains on his website. This series is to commemorate those inspiring heroes by seeing them through the lens of childhood. Make children of the heroes from childhood."

Also: While it doesn't appear to be part of the "Kid Hero" series, Davies also has an illustration of a child Invincible covered in raspberry jam.

(via GeekTyrant, Geek X Girls)

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