by Mikel Janin
Janin continues to create some of the coolest spy covers I've ever seen, using some common themes but never repeating himself. Awesome!
Deep State #7
by Matt Taylor
I love the classic paranoid 1950's look here. Taylor sews together lots of interesting images using a perfect geometrical division!
by Raul Allen
Allen's designs are often pretty bold, and this one is particularly so. I love how he seems to be wading through her hair like a jungle, and the way her dress is part of the background and yet stands out and gives what could be a flat image a surprising amount of depth.
by Mitch Gerads
This is a pretty nice idea for a concept, but what I really admire is how much is said just by the character's stance and body language. Without words or even a face, we totally understand the situation.
by Karl Kerschl
On top of this being hilarious and super fun, Kerschl shows off his cartooning chops big-time here. I absolutely love this image!
Gotham by Midnight #6
by Bill Sienkiewicz
The man is a legend for a reason! What a fantastically moody cover, one that looks simple on the surface, but has so much going on and captures the idea and tone of the book perfectly.
Adventure Time #41
by Jake Wyatt
After seeing prints like this all weekend at HeroesCon, I can't help but smile when I look at this cover. To give Finn the choice of all his favorite heroes' swords is too tough a quest for even him.
Invisible Republic #4
by Gabriel Hardman
This is just a great looking cover that does exactly what a cover should: provides you with a stunning and intriguing image that gets you interested in seeing what it's all about.