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Monday, September 14, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 91

Manifest Destiny #17
by Matthew Roberts

The color here is absolutely phenomenal, but I really like the perspective and the detail in the curved treeline that frames the subject. Really tells a story!

 Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #11
by Mike Del Mundo

It's really got to be only a matter of time before Del Mundo is the most sought after artist in comics; his illustrations are beautifully rendered and cleverly framed, and this cosmic view is no exception!

 String Divers #2
by Ashley Wood

The minimalist cartooning is really unique here, and the design in general is quite nice!

 Superman Wonder Woman #21
by Joe Quinones

A fun concept that usually only Superman gets to perform, and rendered with loving care by the awesome Quinones!

 Tokyo Ghost #1
by Sean Murphy

A really great cover, in particular to a series' first issue, is able to give context to the story or present a character or the general tone of the series–Murphy is able to do all of that with a single image here!
Island #3
by Farel Dalrymple

Dalrymple is always able to create strange, exciting images that have a modern cartooning sensibility but evoke a childlike sense of imagination. Love it!

 Big Trouble in Little China #16
by Jay Shaw

Dude! Such a great design. I love the contrast of the bold two-tone text and the black-and-white image, and the way it flows in and out of the text gives the cover interesting depth.
Shutter #15
by Leila Del Duca

Del Duca always manages to create something totally unique and fascinating. The color and the perspective of the framing are really nice touches!

 All-New Hawkeye #5
by Ramon Perez

The way Perez can drastically shift styles, even within the same image, is absolutely astounding! 

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