DC Comics Covers Drawn in the Style of Norman Rockwell's Covers of The Saturday Evening Post
Spainish artist Ruiz Burgos (aka OnlyMilo) has created an amazing series of illustrations featuring DC Comics heroes and villains in the style of Norman
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Captain Robert K. Morgan, a pilot of the 91st Bomb Group and his crew are adressed by Lieutenant-General Devers in front of their B-17 Flying Fortress nicknamed "The Memphis Belle". Printed caption on reverse: 'Not For Publication Before 00.30 June 10th. Flying Fortress Returns To U.S.A. After 25 Operations. June 1943. At an 8th Army Air Station somewhere in England, Lt.-Gen. Jacob L. Devers, and Major-General Ira. C. Eaker, bidded fare-well to the Flying Fortress "Memphis Belle"