‘These are the real superheroes’: Adorable photos show children with cancer, missing limbs and crippling diseases transformed into Justice League characters

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Children suffering from life-threatening illnesses and disabilities were transformed into their inner superheroes thanks to a photographer who volunteered his talents.  

Josh Rossi, 32, captured incredible photographs of six brave kids aged two to nine transforming them into the Justice League characters with the help of costumes and special effects.

Wonder Woman, The Flash and Superman are among the characters portrayed by the children suffering from different forms of cancer, half a heart, a double amputation and severe autism.

The Utah-based photographer told Daily Mail Online: ‘When they first showed up to the shoot some were feeling sick and down but as soon as they put on the costume they started smiling and got into the role and had fun.’

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