Ever wanted to have a comic book on you at all times?! This guy had the right idea.
I have a Justice League tattoo also, but it's Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a cape giving everyone the finger.
My suspicions are confirmed! Batman is, in fact, hundreds of little bats huddling close together and fighting crime in a magnificently synchronized fashion.
Star-Lord's look seems to be inspired by The Iron Giant, which is voiced by Vin Diesel, who also voices Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy. BOOM! It all comes around!
Lego Avengers, assemble! Pop your heads on! Snap in your legs! Let's go!
It might just be me, but I think Wolverine would beat the reflection of the Hulk in a fight. Maybe not the actual Hulk, but the image of him? Sure.
This guy and adventurer Aron Ralston (the inspiration for the movie 127 Hours) both know a little something about having giant rocks on their arms.
This tattoo of Wonder Woman, let alone Wonder Woman herself, looks like it could kick all of our butts.
Spider-Man's real power is the ability to make armpit hair grow out of his eyes.
Superman's super strength gets transferred to you when you have this tattoo. Crazy, I know, but I don't make the rules.
This tattoo gets you so excited to open the pages, but there's nothing inside except human organs and blood and stuff. What a disappointment.
This guy wins the "Who's more patriotic?" contest every single time just by lifting up his sleeve.
How much you wanna bet this guy sings, "I can be your hero, baby!" every time he opens his arms to give someone a hug?
This epic Spider-Man/Venom battle is such a beautiful web of action and danger; it's easy to get tangled up in it!
This tattoo is super accurate because underneath the mask is actually Robert Downey Jr.'s face.