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Monday, September 29, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 41

Wonder Woman #34
by Cliff Chiang

Let's get this one out of the way, you all knew this would be here, right? Stunning, this is definitely one of Chiang's best WW covers. Too bad it's one of his last!

Death of Wolverine #3
by Steve McNiven

A really clever concept that combines two parts of Wolverine's history into a really striking and clean cover.

 Hinterkind #12
by Marguerite Sauvage

Vertigo is having "Defy Covers" month, which means that the stories begin on the cover, an interesting idea that is reminiscent of classic silver age covers that suck you in with a story.
Grayson #3
by Mikel Janin

This is kind of a new classic, right? Some really great concepts here with excellent design and nice character work.

 Black Widow #11
by Phil Noto

One of Noto's best. A clever idea, beautiful shading, and a nice bit of menace in the background.

 Black Widow #11
by Annie Wu

I couldn't help but include this variant, done crazy authentically in the style of classic romance comics!

Dream Thief: Escape #4
by Greg Smallwood

Absolutely gorgeous colors here, with a great indie minimalist design. Love that the ground and sky have an alien feel despite the earthly setting.

Masterplasty One-Shot
by James Harvey

Love this sort of indie design, doesn't quite look like anything on the shelf.

Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1
by Marco Rudy

Been waiting on this one to come out for a while now–such a crazy concept that's executed so well!
Witchblade #179
by Laura Braga

And now for the two covers that start what will hopefully be an October full of great horror-themed covers! This one nails the 70's horror movie poster vibe.

 Edge of Spider-Verse #4
by Garry Brown
What a fun horror cover, with great typography and classic design. Featuring: Spiders!

That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!  
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