Ordinary Batman Adventures

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Ordinary Batman Adventures is a humorous art series by freelance illustrator and artist Sarah Johnson, where she humanizes Batman by depicting him in less adventurous situations such as clipping toe nails or swinging on a tire.

“Ordinary Batman Adventures began as a simple break from some very tedious freelance animation I was working on,” said Johnson in an interview with TheDailyDot. “Working from home and not always have a gig going on means I get to catch up on all the great TV shows I never had time to watch growing up. That included watching every episode of every animated series of Batman.”

“The reason I probably connect with Batman more than other superheroes is that he does not have powers like my number one favorite heroes, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” Johnson said.

“Batman is all dark and broody so it's more humorous to see him lacking a crime to bust or a villain to take down. I like to think of my GIFs as a slow day in Gotham when no one is looking.”

Sarah Johnson graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a BFA in Film & Animation. She lives in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA.












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