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Monday, April 13, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 69

Archie Vs. Predator #1
by Francesco Francavilla

This is just too awesome to ignore–it's intense and actually pretty scary, and the framing is perfect.

 Convergence #2
by Jae Lee

I love the old-school magazine look here, and the colors are totally fantastic. Not to mention the always awesome character work by Lee!

 Bloodshot Reborn #1
by Juan Doe

One of the best examples of a great comic cover concept: it's visually very simple and striking, but the level of detail on a smaller scale is quite stunning.
Ms. Marvel #14
by Jake Parker

Just a gorgeously illustrated cover. The colors are totally fantastic and really sell the kind of indie vibe, and the cartooning and facial expressions are priceless.

 Convergence: Aquaman #1
by Becky Cloonan

Another one that puts great cartooning on full display. I would totally read an ongoing Aquaman drawn by Cloonan!

 Stray Bullets: Sunshine and Roses #3
by David Lapham

Lapham manages to make this sexy and frightening while telling a story, all within only the bottom third of the cover. Plus: Monster!

 RunLoveKill #1
by Eric Canete

I really dig the uniqueness of this cover; it looks like an unfinished 3d model, and every part of it screams Japanese design, from the clothing design to the Final Fantasy-esque typography.

 The Tithe #1
by Rahsan Ekedal

I like the character-oriented design, and the design on that character is wonderful; from the body language to the facial expression, it gives us an idea of who she is already.

 Convergence: Superboy #1
by Babs Tarr

A classic early 90's cover, redone with Tarr's unique brand of killer illustration. Still dripping with 'tude after all these years!

 Sabrina #2
by Francesco Francavilla

And we'll bookend with another awesome Francavilla cover. If this was a movie poster, I'd be at the theater right now.

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