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The Gotham Evening Post - Villianesses

Norman Rockwell's Gotham City [Pictures]

What if Norman Rockwell lived in Gotham City? Artist Mark Dos Santos takes a stab at the late artist’s style by creating different covers for “The Gotham Evening Post”.

<b><a href="http://markdossantos.com/MARKDOSSANOTS.COM2.0/STORE/prints.html" target="_blank">Mark Dos Santos</a> re-imagines Rockwell's famous Saturday Evening Post covers.</b>

If Norman Rockwell Was From Gotham City

Batman If Norman Rockwell Was From Gotham City Mark Dos Santos re-imagines Rockwell's famous Saturday Evening Post covers.

I love these gals - (Gotham City Sirens by ~WScottForbes)

wscottforbes: “ “Gotham City Sirens” - Life has been insane but I’ve managed to find some time to do something for myself for once.

Catwoman 1989 - Ruiz Burgos’ Saturday Evening Post Series — GeekTyrant THIS CATWOMAN - is literally one of my favorite versions of Catwoman I've ever seen.

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Lines by Mark dos Santos. Another in Mark's Gotham Evening Post series of homages to Norman Rockwell featuring Batgirl, Alfred and Robin.

Original Comic Art titled Batman by Chris Stevens LOST, located in Vale's My gallery Comic Art Gallery

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Gotham City Sirens: Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn.

Clark Kent 1938

DC Comics Covers Drawn in the Style of Norman Rockwell's Covers of The Saturday Evening Post

A series of Norman Rockwell-inspired "Saturday Evening Post" cover art that features some classic DC Comics heroes and villains. The art was created by DeviantArt user OnlyMilo a.

The Gotham City Sirens

Here's a lame one I drew on tegakie. I'm just gonna squeeze it in before Christmas is.

Gotham City Sirens Jam - Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, Talia al Ghul…

Gotham City Sirens Jam - Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman, Talia al Ghul… - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

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The Gotham Evening Post Norman Rockwell's Iconic Saturday Evening Post Covers

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What if Norman Rockwell lived in Gotham City? Artist Mark Dos Santos takes a stab at the late artist’s style by creating different covers for “The Gotham Evening Post”.

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