You have opinions about Muni drivers as a group, right? You wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t, I would guess. How are those opinions doing? Really?
Well, local artist Erika Chan sees Muni operators as human beings, and rightly so. They have families, needs, and hopes just like the rest of us. Also just like us, they are prone to the coming Zombie Apocalypse.
Erika depicted such an event in the art you see above. Good on ya, Erika.
You can buy Erika’s rad art at her Etsy store for, like, pretty effin cheap. Do eet!
Then, a few weeks ago, Batman himself wrote us to share what that day was like from behind the mask:
It’s not everyday people see Batman on Muni. This was my second time taking Muni as the Bay Area Hero. The first time I did it was on July 23rd 2014 (Batman’s 75th Anniversary) and someone captured some pictures and they were posted to Muni Diaries. I thought it would be entertaining to capture reactions from my perspective.