The January edition of Vanity Fair is the "first ever comedy issue," guest-edited by Judd Apatow. There are three different covers, featuring groups of comedians. Unlike the April 2009 issue of VF — "Comedy's New Legends" — there are actual women on these covers. In fact, the editors chose six men and six women to shoot.

From the website:

Included are the stars of Apatow's This Is 40, dressed as famous figures of 60s- and 70s-era variety shows like Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, with Leslie Mann in a bikini and body paint à la Goldie Hawn and Melissa McCarthy dressed as Lily Tomlin's Edith Ann; Paul Rudd plays your oily show host, and Megan Fox is an alluring bellhop.

If only one of the dudes had been given as skimpy a wardrobe as Leslie Mann was! But as we know, naked women are more VF-friendly than naked men. Anyway, these are fun. Click 'em to enlarge.

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Vanity Fair's First-Ever Comedy Issue Guest-Edited by Judd Apatow
[Vanity Fair]