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What hit me?

Pep talk

Cracking up

Superselfie

Caught!

Whew!

Breakfast of champions?

Nobody likes the dentist

Flying high

Really?

I think I can

Eeek!

Not the eggs!

Smoking break

We don't usually associate superheroes with normal, everyday experiences like aging and getting hangovers, but Swedish artist Andreas Englund does.

Superman's got his kryptonite, and here, our intrepid hero has the bottle. Wonder how well Advil works on a superhangover?

Check out Crave's Q&A with painter Andreas Englund here.

Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

It's interesting to wonder what our hero is telling himself in this painting titled simply, "Mirror." On the one hand, it could be a pep talk about going out there and kicking some villainous butt. On the other, he might be at a party with a pretty girl just trying to get up some supernerve to go talk to her.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Look -- up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's, erm, a wardrobe malfunction!

Next painting please!

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Zipping along with jets at high altitude? If there ever was a more justified time to snap a selfie, we've never heard about it.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

This painting, titled "Paparazzi," shows that when you're a superhero just trying to take a little time off to live the good life, a camera crew from TMZ is never far behind.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Our aging superhero's still got it, but wiping out a team of bad guys is sure a lot more work than it used to be.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

This might look like a portrait of our superhero having a healthy breakfast and getting his all-important fiber. But the painting's entitled "Bad Clementine," which shows that there just might be a downside to having supertastebuds.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

It takes a superdrill to penetrate those superteeth. Hopefully our hero's not impervious to novocaine as well!

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

When you can already fly, you just might look for other ways to get high, as you can see in this painting entitled, "Addiction."

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Can't a superhero just go mushroom picking without a team of ninjas showing up?

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

The expression on our hero's face here says it all. He landed that kick, but it was by no means a foregone conclusion.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Real-life villains? No problem. But those slithery evil things on "Snakes on a Plane," no thank you. No. Thank. You.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

Sure, he dropped the eggs. But it's hard to feel sorry for our superhero when he's got that kicking car to drive around in. Check out the side-mounted gun and rocket launcher!

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund

A smoke at the end of a hard day -- or a hard career.

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Caption by / Photo by Andreas Englund
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