Once upon a time, The Saturday Evening Post was an influential American magazine, widely circulated, and featuring gorgeous illustrations. One artist has created covers in the spirit of the magazine, but with your favorite DC Comics characters. Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos has conceived versions of The Saturday Evening Post spanning decades with DC favorites like Clark Kent, Wonder Woman, and more. They’re pretty stunning. Check some of them out below.
Bane is ripped and terrifying in this version of The Saturday Evening Post from July 21, 1993. Wow, only cost 5 cents.
This police officer seems confused by Catwoman and her furry friends in this March 3, 1989, cover. I guess she was not the criminal he was expecting.
Next up is our favorite reporter Clark Kent getting his shoes shined in 1938. If only those boys knew his true identity, they’d be freaking out for sure.
On this 1942 cover, Joker and Harley Quinn make a getaway. Think they’re headed to the premiere of Suicide Squad?
Make sure to check out the rest of the collection, including covers featuring Wonder Woman, Zatanna, Super Girl, Swamp Thing, and more over at Juan Carlos Ruiz Burgos’ website. Plus, make sure to follow him on Twitter and Facebook to see more of his stunning art.
Which DC Superheroes version of The Saturday Evening Post is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
All Images Credit: Deviant Art / Ruizburgos