Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #2
by Sanford Greene
This cover is loaded with attitude, and Greene has really captured a lot of personality with the body language of the characters.
by Christian Ward
The first cover to Fraction and Ward's psychedelic epic is cool for some obviously trippy reasons, but the elegantly simple design work is what really makes it stand out for me.
Roche Limit #3
by Vic Malhotra
I know I've harped about these covers a lot, but the design just continually oozes classic sci-fi in a way you don't see often. Killer monochromatic work in the top half, too.
by Jae Lee
I'm almost always a fan of Lee's covers, but I especially love when the text becomes part of the setting. It gives what could be a somewhat standard cover a real jazzy and exciting feel.
by Dylan Todd
There are a lot of interesting elements here, from the outside of the lines coloring to the use of the barcode as a central element to the "Cartel Cola: Give Up" logos...definitely a unique one.
by Owen Freeman
As much as I love Michael Lark, I'm glad to see this series finally move away from the weird psuedo-90's CGI look with Freeman's tense cover.
by Tom Whalen
While I'm not a fan of the goofy Deathlok sticking up from the logo, the minimalist design by Whalen is way too fun to pass up.
Edward Scissorhands #2
by Kevin Wada
Wada is certainly carving out his own much deserved spot in the world of covers, and I really dig this one. The framing is excellent and the colors are fantastic!