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Monday, November 3, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, vol. 46

Hulk #8
by Tom Fowler

After all the horror covers of the last few weeks, I figured I'd start this week with a really fun one. Even though it's got nothing to do with the series itself, it's a great concept and very well realized!

 Names #3
by Celia Calle

The use of reflection and perspective here is impressive and adds a lot of depth. Really nice colors as well.

 Fuse #7
by Jenny Frison

I'm always a sucker for retro propaganda style covers, and Frison has pulled off a really unique one with an interesting color palette and great design.

 Death of Wolverine: Logan's Legacy #1
by Javier Pulido

All discussion of the worthiness of these Death of Wolverine titles aside, I absolutely love the cartooning work on this one. Pulido does some great designs, but his character work makes what could be a very generic cover a really noteworthy one.

 Death of Wolverine: Weapon X Program #1
by Salvador Larroca

Let's go ahead and get the other one out of the way–this one is pretty awesome to, for totally different reasons. Excellent design and clever framing make this one pretty eye-catching.

 Robocop #5
by Goni Montes

This series continues to have some of the most striking covers on the shelves. I love the beautiful colors and unique look of the character and her hands.

 Solar: Man of the Atom #6
by Juan Doe

I really love the look of Solar on this one, and the art just oozes movement! 

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