Here's an 8bit interpretation of the most distant black hole in the Universe. This thing is 12.8 billion light years from us and it is by no doubt a supermassive black hole.

Astronomer Tomotsugu Goto used the 27-foot Subaru telescope at the Mauna Kea summit, which is operated by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan. He says that this has implications on understanding how the universe evolved, pointing out that "the galaxy and black hole must have formed very rapidly," popping up like a magic 'shroom when the universe was only one-sixteenth of its present age. [University of Hawaii via Bloomberg]