They say that putting up posters on the wall is for teenagers, but who says you can’t still do so even though it’s been ages since you celebrated a birthday with a “teen” at the end of your age? Fan posters, especially those that involve you in the creative process, are always great conversational pieces in any case. And when it comes to posters, the “wanted poster” style can fit any theme/genre/topic.
Now imagine this – Batman’s put on trial. The people he’s trying to protect turn against him and he has to go into hiding. What would a wanted poster look like for this hero? I suppose this is as good an example as any.
How about Sinestro? Here’s a good sketch.
Of course, if it comes to superheroes and wanted posters, Harley Quinn has got to be mentioned, so what do you think about this?
Now, that Harley Quinn wanted poster is cool enough, but what if I want a different rendition, with Harley looking like this, for starters? (Yup, I’ve been playing Injustice: Gods Among Us too much.)
As Halloween quickly comes near, the chances are you’re throwing a themed party. If you’re going the superhero route, here’s an idea to build up the hype: create superhero wanted posters! These examples above are more than enough to get those creative juices flowing, and if you want to go the extra mile, look for services available online, such as instantprint.co.uk, which allows you to design and print your own posters. You know, just for a professional look and all that.
So what are your Halloween party plans? Are you in the throes of planning your own, or are you focusing solely on how awesome your costume is going to be?