Time Magazine Covers: US vs The Rest of the World


We found this on disinformation.com.  Apparently Time magazine doesn’t always use the same cover story on their US and International editions.  Disinformation.com posted this great image of the four covers of Time this week.

This made us curious to see what some of the last few covers were here and abroad.  We picked 9 more of our favorites from the last year.

       

 November 28, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

   
October 24, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

   

October 10, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

   

October 3, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

   

August 8, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

    

April 25, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

   

March 7, 2011 US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

    

January 17, 2011, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

     

December 10, 2010, US Europe Asia and South Pacific Covers

 

3 comments
Andy Graham Hughes
Andy Graham Hughes

The reason there's no European version of "What if there's no Hell" is because the vast majority of Europeans don't believe in Hell, anyway.

Skeptical
Skeptical

A couple of the US covers are more tame, but some of them aren't (for instance US's "What if there's no Hell" vs. World's "Forever Young"). I've seen this contrast exaggerated before, and I'm not sure it's significant.

Spider
Spider

Nice of TIME to put out a children's version for the U.S.
Luckily none of us read magazines anymore...