Most of the image generation took about about 45 minutes. Total time, about 90 min. The rest of the time was the AI being unable to do a bow and arrow and getting the AI to understand "NO HELMET."
Errol Flynn as Tony Stark/Iron Man
Lincoln Perry as Nick Fury
Basil Rathbone as Thor
Myrna Loy as Natasha Romanov/Black Widow
Buster Keaton as Clint Barton/Hawkeye
Charlie Chaplin as Peter Parker/Spider-Man (I should have done Harold Lloyd).
Lou Costello as Bruce Banner/Hulk (fugging hysterical)
Rudolph Valentino as Steve Rodgers/Captain America
Douglas Fairbanks as Loki
Lilian Gish as Valkyrie
Louise Brooks as Pepper Pots (in her Avengers: Endgame armor)
Marion Davies as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel
Fatty Arbuckle as Scott Lang/Ant-Man
Eddie Anderson (Rochester from the Jack Benny Show) as T'challa/Black Panther
Lionel Barrymore as Thanos
And a couple of random group shots.
Download Link to Zip file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2jta4nwtejgmvzp/1920s%20Avengers.zip?dl=0
The AI was obviously trained on all the white actors mentioned. It has no fugging clue who Lincoln Perry and Eddie Anderson are. From my experiences with AI image generation, this is typical. Specifically when asked to generate black people you tend to get nightmare fuel. I ran some tests a few months ago using images of friends. Feed it, say, Laura for IMG to IMG processing and I get Laura back - but modified. Feed it one of my black friends and everything becomes really scary, graphic looking and noticeably less realistic - that's if it just didn't turn them white. Speaking of Laura, I showed her all these images. She was able to identify all the actors who she knew... Except Eddie Anderson, where she snorted and said, "That's so NOT Rochester!" She's a big fan of Rochester.
There are serious limitations in the AI training data.
Then again, when generating any comic characters, if there's an MCU version it's going to scrape from the MCU version. It's really difficult to get an AI to do a comic character from a comic design. Especially fugging Iron Man.