Mulan Revelations #2
by Micah Kaneshiro
The color choice is really unique on this one, and I really dig that you have to examine it close up to find the form of the subject. Very ethereal and interesting!
by Scott Godlewski
The composition here is excellent, as well as the wonderful cartooning on the character's face. I love the way the cover moves from light to dark, giving a sense of action coming towards the viewer.
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents 50th Anniversary Special #1
by Andrew Pepoy
Readers will know I'm a sucker for classic retro covers, and this one is really wonderfully done in the style of the great Wally Wood. Love it!
The Shrinking Man #1
by Mark Torres
The design on this one is really nice–it's got a modern touch, but definitely feels reminiscent of a classic science fiction novel.
Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out #7
by Francesco Francavilla
The color choice here is phenomenal, and the combination of sexploitation and retro sci-fi is great. And for lettering nerds–wow!
by Jorge Corona
This is just about as fun a way to portray Superman's varied history as any I've ever seen!
by Tom Muller
Mixed materials covers don't always work, but Muller's always do. This is so unique; part magazine, part photograph, all extremely intriguing.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #4
by Robert Hack
What a perfect homage! Is there anyone else that is ready to petition Hack to illustrate all horror movie posters from here on out?
Star Wars #7
by Tony Moore
Man, I miss Tony Moore–what phenomenal cartooning, with fantastic detail and yet full of movement.