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Zombie Batman

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My fanart of an alternative Batman!

Created in ZBrush4.2

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I love this, because it's great to see a DC superhero as a zombie. We had "Marvel Zombies" and not much else. It's great to see how realistic this looked. I'm glad it wasn't as grotesque as the previously reviewed drawing. I appreciate all the fine details. He actually reminds me of Two-Face in "The Dark Knight".

Hard to believe 2008 was so long ago. This is probably the most realistic Batman fanart I've ever seen. Well, I rarely see CGI here. Something about the lip just strikes me. Hey, he kind of looks like the Joker in that movie. What was with that movie and deformed villains?

OH SWEET JESUS CHRIST, WHAT HAPPEN TO BATMAN!?

THE DARK ZOMBIE RISES

This piece is extremely well made form just detail to emphasis on shadow and light. There really isn't anything negative to be said about this piece other than how Batman became infected but that aside a very lavished and intricate piece of art indeed.

Note: Is it just me but does Batman look African American? Because it seems...odd to me

Zombie Batman: tonight the dark zombie rises
Zombie Batman: even tho i can't walk so goodly
Zombie Batman: well this sucks
BUT NOT FOR THE ART

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tlishman
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Uploaded
Nov 1, 2011
2:35 PM EDT
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762 x 900 px
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