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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 15


Feeling a bit shaky? You can quit looking at awesome comic covers anytime you want, right?


 Moon Knight #2
by Declan Shalvey

I love the quality design they're bringing to this book's covers. The perfect alignment of the cape, the sideways angle, the big and bold title text, it's all excellent!

  Dead Letters #1
by Ron Wimberly

What a cool cover! I absolutely love the coloring and the balance here, and the mirrored skyline is killer.

  Detective Comics #30
by Francis Manapul

I always dig these kind of silhouette within a character covers, and the coloring and watercolor texture here is phenomenal. I like the new logo design as well, and the lowercase creator names.

  Batwing #30
by Cameron Cooke

With the letterboxing, the dayglo techno-Batsuit, and the glowing city beneath, this looks to be morphing into a Batman Beyond book.

Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight #7
by Francesco Francavilla

Have we gone a week without a Francavilla cover? What can I say, the guy makes amazing covers! What a cool, menacing concept for this one!

  Black Widow #5
by Phil Noto

Excellent coloring. You can just feel the danger here–although I would recommend she just run to the side...

  Fairest #25
by Adam Hughes

The striking angle here really caught my eye. Also: if you didn't know what Fables was, this cover would be utterly bizarre.

Red Sonja #8
by Jenny Frison

Jenny Frison is becoming a covers powerhouse, one of my new favorites. I love when artists use the cover itself as a plane that interacts with the characters, and the gorgeous matte red here gives a feel of the water as well as the power of the titular character. 


What a great week for covers! Let me know if I missed your favorite this week on Twitter or Facebook!
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