What if Alfred Hitchcock had applied his feeling for suspense to modern superhero movies? Artist Alberto Muriel takes scenes from classic Hitchcock films and recasts the characters with superheroes and supervillains.
Muriel also happens to be the artist on the superpowered suspense webcomic Propeller, written by Ricardo Mo. Here he explores some of his and Mo's influences, although Rear Window would have been a much shorter movie with Charles Xavier and Jean Grey in the starring roles. Over at Propeller, you can see his comic book versions of Dial M for Murder and Strangers on a Train.
What If… Alfred Hitchcock Had Made Superhero Movies? [Propeller via Xombie DIRGE]