This week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly magazine is a tribute to Robin Williams, actor & comedian who died at the beginning of the week in an apparent suicide on Monday, August 11th at age 63.

A lot of celebrities have taken to social media as well as using press releases to make tributes to Robin Williams and it seems magazine’s a taking a cue as well. In addition to the cover of Entertainment Weekly, Robin Williams is speculated to be on the cover of The Hollywood Reporter’s next issue as well.

Entertainment Weekly states: In this week’s issue, Entertainment Weekly looks back at the career highlights and personal lows of the Oscar-winning actor. Williams, who died in an apparent suicide on Monday at age 63, struggled for much of his life with both substance abuse and depression. EW‘s tribute includes a guide of his 10 most memorable performances, including his breakout role in the 1982 John Irving adaptation The World According to Garp, which EW film critic Chris Nashawaty dubs the actor’s greatest: “It’s whimsical, weird, idiosyncratic, humane, charming, and sad.”

For more of EW’s tribute to Robin Williams, pick up a copy of this week’s Entertainment Weekly, on stands Friday.

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