John Flood #1
by Jorge Coelho
Great illustrative style that begs the viewer to find out more! Very nice and unique color palette as well.
Bloodshot Reborn #5
by Raul Allen
Allen has been a favorite in this weekly feature, and this is one of his best. Wonderful character work, and a great selection of color that reads as bitter despite the silly overtones.
by John Paul Leon
One of the things I look for in a great cover is that it can require a lot of probing to get all the details–this is one that is pretty complex and rewards a closer look.
Death in Oaxaca #2
by Steve Lafler
This sort of Hernandez Bros. style is really making a comeback, and this is a seriously cool example of it. This looks fun as hell!
This just oozes killer style, reminiscent of both old-school hip hop and alt comix.
The Omega Men
by Trevor Hutchinson
As always, Hutchinson has designed a gorgeous and infinitely intriguing cover. It's got depth and a nice perspective and the usual great type design.
Project Superpowers: Blackcross #5
by Tula Lotay
Lotay is so friggin' good–I love the horror vibe that this cover puts out, and the level of detail is fantastic!
Detective Comics #43
by Francis Manapul
The unique color design, full of pinks and teals, is the initial draw here, but as usual Manapul has put together a very cool design that is unlike anything we've seen on a Batman cover before.
by Casey W. Coller
Killer, killer color and shading here, a really sweet cover!
Big Trouble in Little China #14
by Jay Shaw
I'm a sucker for great text design, and when it's laid on top of excellent and simplistic illustration...well that's just icing on top.