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Walter White Finds an Unexpected Rival in His Lab on Latest New Yorker Cover

Walter White Finds an Unexpected Rival in His Lab on Latest New Yorker Cover

Showcasing an idea that’s timely for several reasons, The New Yorker unveiled its latest magazine cover, featuring veteran cartoonist Barry Blitt’s “Bad Chemistry” piece with a current events fiction to nonfiction fusion. The image introduces a startled Walter White stumbling on an otherwise composed yet confounded Bashar Al-Assad as he sheepishly handles Walter’s lab equipment. Blitt had this to say about the evidently uninvited Syrian dictator’s trespass in White’s fictional meth lab: “Seems like there’s never a shortage of real life villains to make even most conscience-free fictional character look comic in comparison — alas.” The series finale of “Breaking Bad” airs this Sunday, September 29th on AMC.

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Marcel

The New Yorker is now back in style. I'm framing the cover.

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