For real, this time. (They almost got there in July with Edward Koren’s “Big Bug City”: close, but no tamale.)
The September 27, 2010 issue of the New Yorker features Barry Blitt’s “Bedbugs and Beyond” on its cover — with enough anatomical correctness to make it really clear what we’re dealing with even if we hadn’t seen the title of the picture.
I dare not violate the New Yorker’s (or the artist’s) copyright, so please check out the lovely large image on the New Yorker’s Digital Archives page.
Here’s the Table of Contents for the issue.