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Spider-Man: Homecoming Motivational Poster

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Over the years, I’ve seen plenty of people doing motivational posters, many of which I've found to be either inspiring or amusing. This one belongs in the later category. I’ve been tempted to do one of these for a while, but I’ve had little to no inspiration for that. That was until it was announced months ago that Michael Keaton would play the Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming. A few weeks or months later, I then had the idea of making this poster, which obviously references Keaton’s past experience at playing Batman (I'm probably not the only one who thought of that joke, but whatever). The only problem, however, is that I needed to have at least some picture of him as the Vulture in order to do that. Well, the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming was finally released and I’ve now made this poster.

Before anyone asks, yes, I thought the trailer was awesome. It wasn’t as mind-blowing as some of the trailers I’ve seen for other MCU movies, but it was still pretty good. I especially loved the final shot. I can’t wait to see that movie!

Spider-Man: Homecoming is owned by Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios.

Batman (1989) is owned by Warner Bros.

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UltimateRex786's avatar
Sooo true! And he also talked smack about Batman being better than Spider-Man! That’s what you get, now you are a villain in a Spiderman movie. Way to go Keaton😆👍🏻
fang980's avatar
Oh my fucking goood....it all makes sense...stark Bought out Wayne industries. Bruce..feeling loss..vanished..and took on the name adrian toomes and had a daughter..and sought revenge on stark..and bexame the.vulture..IT ALL MAKES SENSE
Essteka's avatar
Hum... I don't think Batman would go so far as to become a villain if Tony Stark somehow managed to buy Wayne Industries.
fang980's avatar
..it was a joke...
Essteka's avatar
Eh, sometimes it's hard for me to say if someone is making a joke or not when it's a typed comment.
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EmperorMinillaHobbyist General Artist
Essteka's avatar
Well, look on the bright side, Bats. You've still got Ben Affleck, who managed to do a pretty good job portraying you... in a VERY FLAWED movie, admittedly, but still...
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EmperorMinillaHobbyist General Artist
Flawed movie but still best Batman. Batman Approved
Cra-ZShaker's avatar
Cra-ZShakerProfessional Digital Artist
:lmao:
Essteka's avatar
Thanks for the comment and for faving this motivational poster.
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Cra-ZShakerProfessional Digital Artist
you're welcome :) 
slyboyseth's avatar
slyboysethStudent Writer
Dunno how I missed this in my inbox, but I'm faving it now!
Essteka's avatar
Thanks!
837659's avatar
You should do another one of these with different pictures. both low angles, one of batman falling through a hole in the ceiling with his cape held behind him and a similar shot of the vulture crashing through.
Essteka's avatar
No. I'm not interested to do that.
Dreddzilla's avatar
This is one of my most anticipated films of 2017!
Ezzy-as-it-is's avatar
Ezzy-as-it-isHobbyist Filmographer
Harvey was right 
Sl9086's avatar
So, if Batman is the hero and VUlture is the villain, what does Birdman mean?
Essteka's avatar
Well, technically, Birdman was a hero, but Keaton spent more time playing Riggan Thompson in that movie than playing Thompson's heroic character. While I haven't seen Birdman yet (it's on my to-do list), judging by what I've heard about it, it seems like Riggan Thompson was more of an anti-hero, as far as protagonists go. So, I'd say he's in-between.
BenJJedi's avatar
Oh, the irony.
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