Batman The Shadow #2
by Riley Rossmo
I love the purple-leaning color palette here, and the fluid action inside the bat symbol is very nicely done.
Black Hammer #9
by David Rubín
This one is such a fantastic homage to the silly covers of "weird" silver age comics. It's funny, wonderfully colored with the bright primary colors contrasting the dingy robots reaching down, and perfectly captures the essence of the series.
Die Kitty Die: Hollywood or Bust #1
by Dan Parent
Parent captures the sense of classic romance comics so perfectly as always, but it's the fantastic typographic work on this one that really pushes it over for me.
Jean Grey #2
by David Yardin
This cover so uniquely expresses the idea of the telephone game, and it really shows off Yardin's excellent character work with so many faces. A really fun cover!
Shaolin Cowboy: Who'll Stop the Reign #2
by Geoff Darrow
Darrow's use of scale and detail always create the most epic, absurd images in comics, and I can't get enough!