Seems the “next Charlie Hebdo cover” is really this one:
TPM Livewire explains what I think was more an honest mistake by many tweeps than any kind of hoax:
The image was originally from a satirical French comedy show, “Les Guignols de l’Info,” which paid tribute to the newspaper on Thursday night.
“Urgent, Hiring 6 Cartoonists,” the fake cover read, referencing the slain staffers of the satirical magazine after gunmen stormed the offices on Tuesday.
The satirical puppet show offered its own irreverent humor about the aftermath of the massacre, displaying the fake cover, showing several puppets wearing “I Am Charlie” T-shirts, and lampooning French politician Marine Le Pen.
Although the screenshot from “Guignols” was passed around social media as the real thing, several Twitter users chimed in to say the image was fake.
In some ways the “Les Guignols…” version may still qualify as the “next,” or the next before the next… In any event I think my comments from before still mostly apply.
#JeSuisCharlie seems initially radically un-Charlie, a discovery of reverence among the irreverent impelled by the attack of the reverent or would-be reverent on the reverently would-be irreverent. #JeSuisCharlie in being irreverent via reverence to the reverentially irreverent is both absurd and serious, knowing and naive, utterly treacherous and fiercely loyal. I like how well Charlie, which really is Charlie if anyone is Charlie, as post-Charlie Charlie but still, responsibly, the same “irresponsible journal,” addresses the matter, also irreverently, so reverentially irreverent and irreverently reverential: The cover of their new, post-atrocity issue lacks any images to offend, so immediately is a defeat. It is black or mainly black, so gives a sign of respectful mourning. Its content, however, is in the form of a want ad: “Urgent: Seeking Six Cartoonists,” so utterly self-irreverent, or a tribute to the spirit of the murdered colleagues, both grief-stricken and comical at once, and a promise of victories, or of partial and contradictory victories which may be the only victories it can know, to come.
“Urgent: Seeking Six Cartoonists”