March Madness: Choosing the Greatest Narnia Cover of All-Time

Last year, we went on a mission to crown the best Chronicles of Narnia book cover of all-time. NarniaWebbers around the world voted to narrow it down to the top 32 covers, and two Narnia podcasters took it from there… and eventually crowned a champion.

Relive the madness in the videos below:

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Bonus video: Discussing the worst Narnia covers according to NarniaWebbers.

How did you feel about the results? Post a comment below!

3 Responses

  1. jasmine_tarkheena says:

    That was fun. I thought it was interesting that the original MN cover would come out as the winner. As I have said, even though the covers may have changed over time, the stories themselves do not change.

  2. Icarus says:

    The best set of Narnia covers by far is the 1980s set by Stephen Lavis…. Didn’t even make the shortlist here 🙁

  3. TS says:

    I’m a traditionalist, I only count the Baynes original covers, the others are irrelevant (and ugly, all the ones I’ve seen). I’d say The Magician’s Nephew wins, there’s something about the flying horse that elevates it (no pun intended) over the others.