Impulse buy this morning at the CERN gift shop: Einstein visits six important moments in the history of science, in cartoon form. The running gag is that Einstein's name is always adapted to the period, so he starts off as Enalithos in Ancient Greece, then becomes Al-Berteinstein in 9th century Baghdad, etc.
There are many good science jokes: the authors, whoever they are, appear to know a lot about the subject. Maybe a collection of CERN physicists who've teamed up with an illustrator? If anyone knows, please tell me!