This photographic series by Martin Beck challenges the stereotype of Superheroes revealing them not as unrealistic comic book characters but rather as regular people who, even through their own personal struggles, have the potential to become heroes in their own way by helping others.

“Martin’s Heroes are regular people not restricted by race, religion or beliefs. They live among us, they surround us, and they are everywhere. Everyone is a superhero.”

Martin Beck’s “We Can Be Heroes” photographic series will be exhibited at the Middle East Film and Comic Con (MEFCC) from April 9th to 11th, 2015.

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Superwoman & Superman – Teresa & Ghalib, Lebanon.

Superman – Ghalib, Lebanon.

Cpt America (male) – Suresh, India.

The Flash (male) – Eranga, Sri Lanka.

The Flash (male) – Eranga, Sri Lanka.

Batman – Omar, UA; Batwoman – Dina, Egypt.

The Flash (female) – Luz, Palestine.

Spiderman – Dan, England; Spiderwoman – Kristina, USA.

Superwoman – Teresa, Lebanon.

IronWoman – Aliya, Kazakhstan.

Green Lantern (male) – Mohammed, Bangladesh.

Captain America (female) – Georgina, New Zealand.

Robin (male) – Fergus, Ireland.

IronMan – Ahmed, Saudi Arabia.

Superman – Ghalib, Lebanon.

The Hulk – Martin, Wales.

Green Lantern (female) – Victoria, UK.

Superman – Ghalib, Lebanon.

Wonder Woman – Suzie & Savannah, UK.

Robin (female) – Kristina, Philippines.