Convergence: Shazam #1
by Doc Shaner
There are few that can nail this vibe as well as Shaner. Everything from the cartooning to the shading to the coloring are perfect here!
Convergence: Justice Society of America #1
by Dan Panosian
This one just oozes classic style in a way I can't resist. This recalls Miller in some ways, and the coloring here is superb!
by James Harren
The overall color on this cover is really fantastic and striking. I love that the title almost blends into the flames, and the framing of the character really brings a lot of depth to the image.
by Francis Manapul
It's always great to see Manapul's unique style put to use, and I love the way he plays with the shadows on the Statue of Liberty, used perfectly in tandem with Kamandi here.
by Paul Azaceta
What a gorgeous cover! The framing is nice and gives us an eerie feel despite the mundane setting, and the water reflections only add to this. Wonderful colors too.
by Mike Allred
Oh, Mike Allred. This one is super fun and has a real classic feel to it, and I can't help but feel that the inclusion of a bald man front and center with Ultra Comics is bringing the series scribe into the story himself...
They're Not Like Us #5
by Simon Gane
I've loved the aesthetic of these covers that also function as a first page from the very beginning, and this is one of Gane's best. The frame draws you into the intriguing mystery of the soft glowing fire in the night.
Convergence: Infinity Inc. #1
by Ben Caldwell
Coming from the artist on the new Bat-Mite book, I really dig the style and layout here. It's got a touch of Allred-ness in the faces, but the eerie floating design is all Caldwell.