What Magazine Cover Lines Have Caught Your Attention?

Halfway to Our Annual Book of Tens Issue, Ad Age Wants Your Nominees in a New Category

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We're still looking for some great ideas for this top ten list, so here's a reminder to send in your suggestions.

NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- The halfway point in 2009 is also the halfway point to Advertising Age's annual Book of Tens, in which we turn over an issue to lists of everything from ads our critic loved to the top media feuds of the year.

Out magazine: Andy Samberg
This year we hope to add a new category: the 10 most intriguing, funniest, scariest, most compelling or most surprising magazine cover lines of the year. And we're going to need your help. If you saw a magazine cover that made you jump for a copy, or maybe just jump, let us know in the comments section below or by e-mail, now and for the rest of the year.

Our candidates already include:

  • "Where to Get Divorced" The Economist, Feb. 7
  • "Andy Samberg: Putting the Bro in 'Mo" Out, March
  • "The Jesus Question: Will He Ever Return?" Newsmax, April
  • "The Worst Story We Ever Heard (With Chimps)" Esquire, April
  • "KG just bent down 2 tie sneaks. Looked painful. Tweet!" Sports Illustrated, May 4
  • "Can a Single Neuron Recognize Jennifer Aniston?" Discover, June
  • "Can Obama Make You Better in Bed?" Details, June/July
  • "50 Secrets Your Dentist Won't Tell You" Reader's Digest, July
  • "Virgins in Cosmo (We Thought This Day Would Never Come)" Cosmopolitan, July

You get the idea. You can probably do even better. Let us know.

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