If you haven’t seen the incredible photography project that has turned some sick kids into super heroes, then check this out. Photographer Josh Rossi spent about fifteen hundred dollars last year turning his 3-year-old daughter into Wonder Woman, and the photo series went viral. So he created another project for a great cause. He transformed children living with diseases and disabilities into Justice League superheroes in order to “make their weaknesses become strengths!” Josh said the idea was to showcase their inner strength in a way that would bring a smile to their faces, as well as others struggling with similar issues. The diseases and disabilities Justice League superheroes face range from neuroblastoma to hypo plastic left heart syndrome to Severe ADHD. The custom replica costumes created for each of the kids were donated for this good cause, and once the photos were completed, Josh surprised each child on camera. See the spectacular pictures and video stories. There’s a whole new Justice League in town!