DC’s Saturday Evening Post

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Norman Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers are some of the most iconic magazine covers of all time, and have been emulated the world over for decades now.

Here’s a new, rather good entry in the Post-cover variant genre with artist¬† Ruiz Burgos¬†inserting DC heroes and villains into the covers instead of picturesque families and such. There’s Superman, Zatana, Joker and Harley and Wonder Woman, which you can check out below. There’s also Poison Ivy, but I couldn’t feature her because she’s prettttty much all the way naked in her cover.

But yeah, cool project and I definitely hope to see more.

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