by Jenny Frison
What a gorgeously creepy cover. I love how the shading and coloring take something beautiful and make it incredibly ominous.
Life with Archie #37
by Tommy Lee Edwards
There are some great covers for this issue, but this one might be my favorite. I like that the coloring is not somber and the simple but extremely effective facial cartooning.
Justice League Dark #33
by Mikel Janin
Speaking of creepy...Janin is one of the best artists DC has. Just a striking and bombastic horror cover that Janin pulls off with a great level of detail while retaining his signature smooth style.
Wonder Woman #33
by Joshua Middleton
While I love Chiang's regular cover, Middleton's is definitely my favorite cover this week. I love the art deco style and shading, and the incredibly intricate radiant light from both directions. This will be a sought-after variant for sure!
by Tonci Zonjic
While employing a wide variety of artists, Zero continues to have some of the most unique and intriguing covers, and this one exemplifies that with it's architectural and monochromatic design.
Supreme Blue Rose #1
by Tula Lotay
I think the Fiona Staples-like art is really beautiful, and I also love the design, both in the text and the enigmatic connected pods. An intriguing one.
by Steve Epting
I love when a cover attempts to emulate another medium, and this one imitates classic fiction novels elegantly and excellently. I especially like the impressionistic background.
Afterlife with Archie #6
by Francesco Francavilla
You didn't think I'd forgotten, did you? This might be my favorite Afterlife cover yet. It's gross, creepy as hell, and I couldn't be more excited for it!
That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!