Source: PR Times Samurai Portraits Of Marvel Super Heroes Using Japanese Ink Painting 2017-04-05 Wed 2018-04-18 Wed Whether it's collaboration fan-art with popular Japanese animation and comic series One Piece, or an Ukiyo-e rendition of the Marvel Civil War, there have been some pretty sweet depictions of Marvel superheroes using both modern and traditional Japanese artistic aesthetic. Now by Kojo Masayuki, a professional artist who previously did this awesome rendition of Darth Vader, is back again with Japanese warrior portraits of Spiderman, Iron Man, and Captain America. Kojo specializes in Bujinga, a type of ukiyo-e print that depicted the battle scenes and the heroics of early Japan's warriors. He previously commented that in the combatants featured in his work, he sees more than simply warriors, but a symbol of all the preparation and commitment it takes to stand on the battlefield. Since Cap, Tony, and Spidey run around trying to save the world all the time, we figure they are a pretty fitting trio to capture that theme. Here are the three with their titles. Spiderman brilliantly displaying the aura of a spider Source: PR Times Captain America battling fiercely with his shield Source: PR Times Iron Man donning his armor Source: PR Times A total release of seven pieces are planned, and will be on display at Tokyo's G735 Gallery from 4/1-5/15. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:Japaaan Magazine / PR Times Tags: Art / Bujinga / Captain America / Comic Books / Comics / Cool / Iron Man / Japan / Marvel Comics / MCU / Samurai / Spiderman / Super heroes / The Avengers grape Japan Art Samurai Portraits Of Marvel Super Heroes Using Japanese Ink Painting Related Article Dessert Onigiri: Tokyo Store Now Sells Rice Ball Cakes Domino’s Japan releases “moon viewing” Tsukimi pizzas After Weeks Of Hiss Fits, Older Cat Finally Lets Kitten Cuddle. Most Satisfying Purring Ever Ensues Dancing Black Cats In Suits Are Japanese Shipping Service’s Gift To The World Japanese Wedding Company Is Renting Out Stunning Dresses Made From Vintage Kimonos For Brides-To-Be New Toilet Museum In Japan Shows Us The History Of Restrooms And…Urinals For Women And Toilet Bikes?! Look Inside Here.