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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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!