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Monday, October 6, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, vol. 42

Batgirl #35
by Cameron Stewart

Cameron Stewart captures a youthful energy that DC so desperately needs right now. Fun and crisp!

 Birthright #1
by Marc Silvestri

Silvestri's thin-lined style lends itself to this great fantasy adventure illustration with a nice color palette.
CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014
by Mike Allred

Allred pulls out another super fun cover. Love the colors, and the central idea of lady liberty peeking out from the blindfold is a great one.

Annihilator #2
by Frazer Irving

The lighting and soft shading gives this cover a great level of cosmic depth and the unnatural pinks and purples perpetuate a feeling of unease.

 Sabrina #1
by Robert Hack

Love the fall colors and minimalist shading, but I especially like the typography on the title.

 Punks the Comic #1
by Kody Chamberlain

How punk rock is this? Killer multimedia design, with lots of great touches and an authentically worn look.

 Avengers and X-Men: Axis #1
by Chip Zdarsky

Zdarsky pulls off another hilarious cover. Flipping it over to read Red Skull/Onslaught's pun will make your day, guaranteed.

 Alien vs. Predator: Fire and Stone #1
by Mike Mignola

Every once in a while, Mignola decides to put something like this out, just to remind us how crazy good he is. Minimalist, but with a lot of depth. 

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