The Day After The Charlie Hebdo Attack: Jon Stewart, Conan O’Brien, Louis C.K., and a Million Copies

You might have heard by now that French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was attacked by terrorists who claimed 12 lives

Jon Stewart and Conan O’Brien made sure to take time for their late night programs to express their grief over the tragedy on The Daily Show and Conan, respectively.

Also, Louis C.K., in a sign of solidarity with Charlie Hebdo, used a marker to write “Charlie Hebdo” while playing Madison Square Garden last night.

With all the well wishing going around the globe, you’ll be happy to know that Charlie Hebdo’s next issue will have a million copies published as opposed to their usual 60K (via The Hollywood Reporter).

So, maybe you’ll want to get a copy when it comes out next week.

Je Suis Charlie.