Sensation Comics #8
by Jae Lee
Lee's work is always lovely, but anytime we get to see him draw a Justice League with Wonder Woman at the forefront is a real treat!
by Tom Muller, Ian Bertram
As always, Muller and co. present an eerie and unique cover for Zero. The color scheme is great, the concept is strange and intriguing, and the comix-style illustration on the man's face is very nice.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 10 #13
by Rebekah Isaacs
I love the Spider-Man style impossible acrobatics going on here–the cover has a ton of fluid movement that's really fun. Plus, she's killing a vampire with a YOLO hat, so all is right with the world.
Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #6
by Mike Del Mundo
It's a simple and striking concept that, like many of Del Mundo's covers, tells a story with a single clever image.
by Sean Murphy, Matt Hollingsworth
As he does in the book (review here), Murphy does an excellent job getting across the personalities of these characters, and the design with the clock, road lines, and the time machine itself is a very nice touch.
by Cameron Stewart
I really like the idea of distorting and exploring a previous cover and finding something darker, as Stewart does here with Batgirl #35.
Little Nemo Returns to Slumberland #4
by Eric Shanower
I absolutely love the bright colors and level of detail here, and the concept is pretty wonderful too, really drawing on that dreamlike logic that defined the original Little Nemo.
The Fly: Outbreak #1
by Jason Edmiston
Ah, BrundleFly, you always bring a tear to my eye...a very nice illustration of one of my personal favorite movie monsters. "I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man and loved it. But now the dream is over... and the insect is awake."
That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!