Amazing Spider-Man #17.1
by Arthur Adams
I really dig the cartooning style here, and the concept gives a really nice frame that lends a sense of tightly contained action to the scene.
Convergence: Superboy and the Legion of Superheroes #1
by Pia Guerra
Maybe the first Convergence cover to really get across what the idea behind these books is, but I like it more because of how literally and figuratively it makes the characters.
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #4
by Erica Henderson
Just how fun is this? The classic video game style is awesome and well done, and the visual comparison of Squirrel Girl to Galactus is one any comics fan can appreciate.
by Kagan McLeod
This has a real classic sci-fi feel that really caught my eye. The colors and title design are very nice, and the astronaut's calm look and the planets labyrinthine rings are really intriguing.
The Infinite Loop #1
by Stephanie Hans
My personal favorite of the week, this one is just gorgeous. The sense of movement and character is phenomenal, and the paneled effect really gives a sense of lost time. There's a great gif that shows a bit of the process here.
All-New X-Men #40
by Andrea Sorrentino
This one's got a really beautifully rendered setting, but it's the title design that makes it especially stand out. It puts a dark mirror to an idyllic image, giving it an ominous vibe.
Deadly Class #12
by Wesley Craig
As usual, Craig is able to come up with a very striking concept that also really sells the emotional core of the book.
by Raul Allen
What a great concept, using security lasers to suggest the British flag. Really gets across the tone of the character excellently.