Caitlyn Jenner As A 'Simpsons' Character Depicts Her As Your New Favorite Superhero — PHOTOS

In a series titled “Call me Wonder Caitlyn,” Italian artist and activist aleXsandro Palombo imagines reality star and former Olympian Caitlyn Jenner as a character on The Simpsons. The artist’s illustrations recreate Jenner’s already iconic Vanity Fair cover, show her in bed with Homer Simpson, and—in my favorite ones—cast her as a trans-activist Wonder Woman. In a statement on his Facebook page, Palombo, 41, explains the impetus behind the series:

This isn’t the first time that Palombo has played around with Simpsons-style animation. He has also “Simpsonized” Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, as well as the British Royal Family. A number of times, he has used The Simpsons’ animation style to comment on difficult social issues, making headlines in February, for example, with a disturbing series of images depicting characters from The Simpsons as victims of the Holocaust. Although certainly more celebratory in nature, Palombo’s illustrations of Caitlyn Jenner also contain a call for social justice, with “Wonder Caitlyn” demanding, “TRANS RIGHTS NOW.”

Images: Courtesy of aleXsandro Palombo (5)