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Controversial Magazine Covers

Rolling Stone did it again!

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    'Rolling Stone' (and Miley) did it again, she refers to herself as a "simi nudist" in our latest Controversial Cover. We like this better than the bomber.

    Photo: Rolling Stone

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    People are freaking out about this "Rolling Stone" cover featuring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. CVS and Walgreens won't sell it. We think the fact he looks like a regular guy in this picture makes it even more frightening.

    Photo: Rolling Stone

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    It's not the first time the cover of the Rolling Stone featured a mad man. In June of 1970 it was Charlie Manson.

    Photo: Rolling Stone

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    In November of 1965 "Life" featured a Vietcong held prisoner by the U.S. forces on their cover. It was images like this that helped turn the public against the war.

    Photo: Life Magazine

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    "Entertainment Weekly" turned a lot of heads with their cover featuring The Dixie Chicks.

    Photo: Entertainment Weekly

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    Parents all over the country flipped out at this flipping cover of "Mad Magazine" in April of 1974.

    Photo: Mad Magazine

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    "Hustler Magazine" tries to shock, and their June issue from 1978 did just that.

    Photo: Hustler Magazine

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    This one is our favorite. This cover of the "National Lampoon" in January of 1973 made it the best selling issue of this popular humor magazine ever.

    Photo: National Lampoon

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    "Playboy Magazine" featured their first African-American playmate, Darine Stern, on the cover in October of 1971.

    Photo: Playboy Magazine

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    "Rolling Stone" covers have had people questioning their motivies several times. One was a very sexy teenage Britney Spears.

    Photo: Rolling Stone

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    Another was this cover featuring John and Yoko taken just hours before his murder.

    Photo: Rolling Stone

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    Burt and Ernie react to DOMA on this "New Yorker" cover.

    Photo: The New Yorker

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    Another "New Yorker" cover that made the news was this one with Michelle and then canidate Barack Obama as terrorists.

    Photo: The New Yorker

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    This "Vanity Fair" from August of 1991 started a rash of naked pregnant magazine covers. Some thought it was inappropriate, some thought it was beautiful.

    Photo: Vanity Fair

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    We don't really think of "Time Magazine" as controversial, but several of their covers caused a stir, including this one.

    Photo: Time Magazine

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    Before Ellen came out on T.V. she came out on this cover of "Time Magazine".

    Photo: Time Magazine

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    "Time Magazine" caused an uproar when they asked this question.

    Photo: Time Magazine

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    This cover caused controversy because "Time Magazine" was accused of making this photo of O.J. Simpson darker than it really was. Does dark equal evil?

    Photo: Time Magazine

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    People were enraged when "Time Magazine" chose Hitler as their "Man Of The Year" in January of 1939.

    Photo: Time Magazine

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    Some thought this cover of Vogue with Labron and Gisele racist with it's simularity to King Kong and Faye Ray.

    Photo: Vogue Magazine