Our friends over at the Odysseyscoop recently announced that Album 54: "Clanging Cymbals ...and the Meaning of God's Love" is now available for release.
The album cover was not based on any specific episode; however, we know after listening to "The Amazing Loser", that it probably refers to the events that happen in it. In celebration of this album release, I take a glance at other album covers that are slightly misleading and/or plainly inaccurate!
"The Green Ring Conspiracy"
"The Search for Whit"
Through Thick and Thin:
We all know Whit fought in World War II, likes to go skydiving, and on a busy day fights villains such as Dr. Blackgaard and Bennett Charles. But, how strong in this guy really? "Through Thick and Thin" depicts Whit channeling his inner Incredible Hulk, pulling up Rodney Rathbone and Jared DeWhite with his bare hands. What really happened? Well, in "A Case of Revenge", Whit actually lowers Jared DeWhite inside the abandoned well using his truck. Sure, maybe Whit helped out...
"Risks and Rewards":
Twists and Turns:
So what's so inaccurate about this album artwork? Well, nothing. However, taken from the episode "Terror from the Skies", we wonder, which one is Lawrence and which one is Jimmy? Hmm. Well the older looking must be Jimmy, right? The one with brown hair. However, take a look at album 17. Quite a different looking character, isn't he? His hair isn't curly, nor does he have blue eyes. But wait, who is on the album 16? Is that Lawrence? But, now he's got brown hair and blue eyes? They aren't green anymore? And if you look at the album before--phew!--they're back to normal. I guess they were both going through some changes throughout those few albums.
I'm sure there are other examples, but what other albums do you personally find misleading? Would you prefer if the artwork depicted actual scenes? And what do you think of the newest album cover? Tell me in the comment section below!