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Monday, June 8, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 77

Captain America and the Mighty Avengers #9
by Jake Wyatt

Although I'm not sure how far this Gwen-ization needs to go, I really do love this cover. Wyatt nails the pose and tone of Cap, and the John Romita, Jr. look is excellent.

 ReAnimator #3
by Francesco Francavilla

I really dig the classic horror vibe this cover has. It's a cool concept, and the moody shading and color make it all the better.

 Catwoman #41
by Javier Pulido

This is one of the most fun 75th Anniversary Joker covers we've gotten so far–the bold color, cartoony effects, and fun action all come together in a wonderful way.

 Robocop #12
by Todd Slater

This is just absolutely bad ass. It's like an ASCII drawing, but with so much more style and a great 80's feel. Definitely a must have!

 Miami Vice: Remix #4
by Jim Mahfood

Mahfood has such a unique signature style that is so perfect for this book, and this is one of the best. It'd dripping with attitude, and I love the contrast between the black and white interior and neon exterior.

 Batman Superman #21
by Jock

Jock's Joker is one of the creepiest and most stylistically interesting, and I really like the idea of him physically dividing Batman and Superman here.

 We Can Never Go Home #3
by Michael Walsh

I really like the simplicity of this cover, but there's actually a lot going on: from the photorealistic grocery cart that's contrasted out to the great title design, this one packs a mean punch.

 Injection #2
by Declan Shalvey

Shalvey has put together another super intriguing cover here. It's full of movement and life, like a perfect freeze frame of some great action scene, but the upside-down perspective lends it a sense of surreality.

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