While Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse continues to captivate audiences worldwide with its unique visuals and novel animation technology—which Sony now wants to patent—a character from the film has been reimagined for live-action that, unfortunately, does not translate well.

As shown directly below, the character design for ‘Kingpin’ sees the villain with a small head sitting atop an extremely broad body—essentially the opposite of the character design in Boss Baby.

So just imagine how the character would look like if it were real-life. Need some help? Lo and behold, by way of Reddit user ‘CapThatsHim’, who visualized Vincent D’Onofrio’s Daredevil rendition of the character below.

As for Dragon Ball Z fans, this Japanese ad proves how absurd ‘super saiyan hair’ is in reality.

Kingpin from r/Spiderman

[via Geektyrant, main image via Wikia]

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