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!
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.
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!