Almost every superhero lives a double life, except Rogue, who's always going to be single with that attitude. Covering your walls with said multiple lives: The Art of Danny.
From an Orlando dude who might just be named Danny, and is inspired by Disney, Star Wars, and the superhero/alter-ego dichotomy, TAD's a collection of hand-painted 8"x10" to 28"x36" matte prints that do everything from display iconic looks at old favorites, to cast our beloved good guys in interesting new lights, which all presumably use some sort of awesome future-Clapper. His most striking stuff's a series of badass minimalist works where the super-subject's split down the middle -- one half in full costume, the other in alter-ego street clothes -- including "Stark", with the Tony half in a dapper tux, "Wayne", featuring Bruce in a way more boring tux, and "Kent", with Clark rocking only half his glasses, but that does little to distract from the fact that dude is a Bore-El. Meanwhile, pieces you'll want to plaster your moisture vaporators with include an awesomely conceptual poster Danny made for The Empire Strikes Back's 30th bday (with the Falcon, an X-Wing, and Boba Fett zooming towards the upper right corner), plus a few he originally sketched for his buddy's son's bedroom, from a blaster-firing Han in red, to a lightsaber-wielding Luke in blue, the same color as his balls after his whole hooking-up-with-his-sister thing fell through.
All of Danny's stuff can also be thrown on tees, hoodies, laptop cases, and even iPhone covers, which you'd better keep on when Rogue is touching it, lest she use her mutant powers to suck out all your buddy's numbers, and never make out with any of them.