He's been on the covers of several comic books! (Although, as far as I can tell, not ten of them.)
Also: he's been featured in too many comic book stories to list! I'll sum them all up by posting a single page from one of the greatest Albert Einstein chroniclers in comic book form, Michael Kupperman!
Page from Tales Designed to Thrizzle #7 (September 2011); script, pencils, inks, colors, and letters by Michael Kupperman
All of Einstein's adventures in comics are pretty much like that, yeah. Including the time he met the Scarlet Witch and Moon Knight.
Page from Marvel Super-Heroes: The Weird Weird West (TSR gaming module) (1989), written by Ray Winninger, art by John Statema
As far as I'm concerned, the finest team-up between superhero and super-brain occurs not in a comic book but in a comic book novel: Elliot S! Maggin's 1978 Superman: Last Son of Krypton. In it, we learn the secret connection between Jor-El and Einstein and why Lex Luthor wants to steal a secret Einstein document. Bully sez, check it out! (If you can find a cheap copy, snap it up!)
Mister S! Maggin also has given us a great Luthor/Einstein story in the comics as well, which explains why Lex escapes from jail every year on this very date: March 14. Hey that makes this post a Today in Comics History!
Panel from "The Einstein Connection!" in Superman v.1 #416 (February 1986), script by Elliot S! Maggin, pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Al Williamson, colors by Gene D'Angelo, letters by Ed King
So, in conclusion, let's all gather to sing along with Albert Einstein's favorite song. Happy birthday, Al!