(Photo: VF.com) July hasn't exactly been kind to Fox News. Last week, the network came under fire after it was discovered that Fox & Friends' Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade had aired heavily doctored photos of two New York Times journalists who had written about Fox News' declining dominance of the cable news world. The Times' David Carr responded with a less-than-flattering exposé on the network's pitbull PR department, detailing the lengths to which the network's flacks will go to secure favorable coverage. (Blacklisting reporters, planting hit pieces on blogs about those who deign to write unfavorably about the network.) Vanity Fair, on the other hand, has decided to fight fire with fire: they've commissioned this clever gallery of Photoshopped pictures of all the leading Fox News personalities.
Worth browsing, though we're not sure if Greta Van Susteren's digitally altered crop isn't actually an improvement.