Charlie Hebdo cover

French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo released its new cover drawing Tuesday, pointing a finger at the terrorists who stormed Paris in a series of attacks on Friday night, killing at least 129.

 

The new magazine cover features a cartoon of a man joyously drinking champagne, which is flowing from his mouth and through bullet holes strewn over his body.

“They have weapons,” the cartoon reads in French.

“F-ck them, we have champagne!”

Corinne Boer, the Charlie Hebdo cartoonist who illustrated the Paris attacks tribute cover, took to Twitter today to thank readers for their support.

“Thank you all for your messages,” she wrote.

“We put a lot of ourselves into this issue. We are leaving nothing out. #f-ckthem See you tomorrow in #CharlieHebdo.”

The cover of this week’s Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical weekly that was brutally attacked in January, combines poignancy and defiance in its response to Friday’s tragic attacks in Paris, which claimed the lives of at least 129 people.

The cover of this week’s Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical weekly that was brutally attacked in January, combines poignancy and defiance in its response to Friday’s tragic attacks in Paris, which claimed the lives of at least 129 people.