Welcome to this week's edition of all the
coolest comic covers hitting shops this week!
(Warning: the awesomely animated cover above may cause seizures!)
by Chris Samnee
While not as instantly clever as the now iconic Rivera cover of the previous #1, this one boasts much more excitement. The color and action scream Samnee and make me excited to see where this new start takes the Man Without Fear.
Birds of Prey #29
by Jorge Molina
A really well designed cover for a bit of a forgotten DC book. I love when comics use framing devices, and this one adds a level of mysticism that elevates it.
by Vanesa Del Rey
Zero continues to put out some of the most interesting covers every month. It recalls comic art of the 80's without simply being pastiche or homage.
Iron Man #23.NOW
by Mike Del Mundo
The reflection (in the mask, in the claws, etc.) is one of those classic comic cover concepts that seems to always work, but this one is particularly menacing and striking.
Winter Soldier: The Bitter March #2
by Andrew Robinson
Jeeeez. I thought we couldn't get any cooler than the cover to #1, but this one blows it out of the water. I adore the integrated text, the colorful 60's design, and the slight lean of the train that gives us a real sense of speed and danger.
Superman Unchained #6
by Michael Cho
There were a few great variants of Superman Unchained this week, but Cho's beat the others with its interesting lack of outline and fantastic shading. Plus giant 50's robots.
Thor: God of Thunder #20
by Esad Ribic
Could you possibly get more epic than this? The objectively true answer is “no”.