3 million copies of the new Charlie Hebdo issue sold out this morning with a front page showing a caricature of the Prophet Mohammad holding a sign saying "Je suis Charlie" in its first edition since terrorists attacked the satirical newspaper.
Digital versions have been posted in English, Spanish and Arabic, while print editions in Italian and Turkish will also appear.
One of the cartoons in the magazine is that of a Muslim woman pulling up her burka to reveal her pubic hair and suspenders.
The tired refrain that they insult and poke fun at everybody has been mentioned ad nauseam.
We talked a lot about freedom of expression yesterday, and whether there is a line that you should not cross when it comes to free speech?
Zapiro spoke to John about this very complex question: