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Monday, May 4, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 72

Convergence: Harley Quinn #2
by Steve Pugh

This is such a fun pairing, and the visual concept here is hilarious. Great perspective and color too!

 Swords of Sorrow #1
by Tula Lotay

There are a number of nice covers for this new series, but this is my favorite. Wonderful character and color work, and I love that each character has a different personality and tone–don't get that enough these days.

 The Amazing Spider-Man #18
by Pascal Campion

You know I'm a sucker for minimal linework shading, and this is a wonderful example. It's a smart and fashionable concept, and fits well into Marvel's NYC variants theme.

 Descender #3
by Dustin Nguyen

Multimedia cover, when done right, can really stand out and make something memorable. This one really brings their main character to life and is a fantastically unique piece of sci-fi.

 Halogen #3
by Afu Chan

Such a gorgeous cover. The central subject is intriguing and eye-catching, but I really love the planets being drawn in and the wavy "space lines" in the backgrounds. Awesome!
Spider-Gwen #4
 by Robbi Rodgriguez

This is just oozing with the sort of cool that we've come to expect from Rodriguez. Great color scheme and framing, and the vertical lines give it a nice sense of movement.
Dead Drop #1
by Raul Allen

Another great minimalistic kind of cover, but the background and type design are what really make this one stand out. Really killer design that is reminiscent of a Saul Bass poster or classic spy novel. 

 Roche Limit: Clandestiny #1
by Vic Malhotra

Malhotra's covers for the first volume in this series blew me away, and I'm glad to see he's got a new cover design concept for this next arc. Very slick and visually attractive.  

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