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Monday, July 27, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 84

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!
Copperhead #9
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!
Superman #42
by Jorge Corona
This is just about as fun a way to portray Superman's varied history as any I've ever seen!
 Material #3
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.

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