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13 Charmingly Illustrated ‘Super Families’ Show Superheroes in a Relative Way

We know our superheroes for being brave, strong, other-worldly and compassionate.

But we don’t often think of them as lunch-makers, bed-tuckers, story-readers and hand-holders.

Until now, that is. Paris, France-based designer Andry “Shango” Rajoelina has created a series of sweetly illustrated Super Families (that we first saw on My Modern Metropolis), which depicts iconic superheroes such as Batman, Superman and Wonder Women walking their children to school.

The illustrations are tenderly terrific at tugging at your heartstrings. Take a look:

 

  • Superhero Families 1 of 14
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    All illustrations by Andry Rajoelina

  • Fantastic Parents 2 of 14
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    Precious produce

  • Batdad 3 of 14
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    Dynamic duo

  • Amazing Uncle 4 of 14
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    Kind kin

  • Wondermum 5 of 14
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    Bella bambina

  • Magnetic Dad 6 of 14
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    Pulling progeny

  • Lantern Dad 7 of 14
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    Light lineage

  • Aquadad 8 of 14
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    Aqua ancestors

  • Cosmic Dad 9 of 14
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    Cosmic cub

  • Superdad 10 of 14
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    Superman successors

  • Fastest Dad Alive 11 of 14
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    Speedy scion

  • Uncanny Dad 12 of 14
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    Powerful pups

  • Arrowdad 13 of 14
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    Generation: Green

  • Family Assemble! 14 of 14
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    Check out more of Andry Rajoelina's work here and here.

 

All images used with permission from Andry Rajoelina

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