Step aside, Avengers. Local artist creates uniquely Singaporean superheroes

Jayden Tan has done it again.

The photographer, art director and Creative Group Head at GOODSTUPH, a social media agency, has yet again celebrated National Day in a uniquely Singaporean way, this time with six everyday superheroes in a series called “The Majulahs.” And what superheroes they are.

She designed a special bodysuit that has superhuman powers, including that of slapping people with a summons.

She repels evil, absorbs negativity and brings peace wherever she goes.

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Another Omega-level mutant (whatever that means).

In her downtime she works as an OL.

Comedian Preetipls is R. Harmony.

Sauce Girl is Xenia Tan, Parking Pontianak is Fauzi Aziz, and Pat Law is The Profanity.

Netizens have loved and embraced the superheroes.

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