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We used Google’s new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

The Google Arts & Culture app is hugely popular so we tried it on some superheroes.

The number one free app on the app store is the updated Google Arts & Culture App which matches your selfie to a famous painting. What does this tell us about ourselves? Are we as classy as these classic paintings? More importantly, what can this tell us about our favorite superheroes? How good is Google’s app for matching our favorite superheroes from films, cartoons, and comics? Judge for yourself from our favorites below:

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

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Though it’s only a 54% match, it actually may be the closest we got to matching.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

This one may look way off, but it got the angles right!

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

Another low match percentage, but the mouth is a perfect match.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

I mean, the shape of the head is pretty close. Right?

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

Wolverine and this dude in the painting are quite dashing. Solid match.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

Cartoon Reed Richards is looking a lot more like Legion than we’d expect.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

It’s all in the lips.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

I can only assume Peter Parker gets this angry when paired with a painting that’s not even close.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

Jeez, Pete gets angry a lot, doesn’t he? This one isn’t even close! Parker luck.

We used Google's new Arts & Culture app to compare superheroes to famous paintings with some bizarre results

This has to be the funniest match I’ve seen yet. “Whatcha talkin bout Hulk?!”

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