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Monday, September 8, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 38

Prometheus: Fire and Stone #1
by Paul Pope

Paul Pope drawing in the Alien universe? More please!!

Rot & Ruin #1
by Rob Sacchetto

I like the cartooning and line work on this one.

 Captain Marvel #7
by David Lopez

Lopez does some really fantastically crisp work, and this is certainly a fun one. Very nice cartooning on the facial expression, too.

 The Shadow: Year One #10
by Matt Wagner

Nobody does this kind of retro quite like Wagner. Excellent coloring and dynamic framing!

Imperial #2
by Mark Dos Santos

It's not often you see a primarily white cover, so that makes this one striking right off the bat. The angle of the title makes it pretty unique as well, and the framing box.

Superman Unchained #8
by Dustin Nguyen

Love the art deco look! Who wouldn't love to see a whole Superman book done in this style?

 Copperhead #1
by Scott Godlewski, Ron Riley

I think this cover is interesting in how it immediately sets the stage, setting, and characters for a new series with a single image. Impressive!

Ghosted #13
by Dan Panosian

You know I like when the title is integrated into the art, and this has a lot of great depth to it.

 Wild's End #1
by I. N. J. Culbard

Really unique storybook style, soft coloring, and great typography on the title landed this new series a spot on the list.

 Velvet #7
by Steve Epting

What a contrast to Imperial; this great cover sets a nice tone using almost solely blacks and deep burgundies.

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