10 Superheroes and Their Secret Identities


Coran “Kizer” Stone is a very talented illustrator from California. His Ego series gives us a side by side comparison of our favorite superheroes and their secret identities. We love his own, playful interpretations – like how how purposely makes Peter Parker look like he’s from the “early 60’s more then the modern cool ass Petey of today.” Because to Stone, “the Geek Pete was the ultimate mask. No one ever suspects a friendless braniac loser with a hunch to be the super strong, wall crawling, web swinging hero.”

Coran “Kizer” Stone’s website



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