Welcome Back #2
by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer
Really fantastic design here purely in concept, but the two-tone color is a particularly nice choice!
by Tula Lotay
I love this cover for how well it captures the heat of battle; the foggy lines, the claustrophobic framing, and the disheveled cartooning on the characters. Very nice!
by Robbi Rodriguez
It's a little hard to believe this is the first issue with all the Spider-Gwen cosplay and fandom out there, but Rodriguez managed to put together a first issue cover that really stands out! Great color work in particular.
Batman Superman #25
by Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes
A style that we very rarely see. I love the color and the almost 3d look of the overlapping images!
Astronauts in Trouble #5
by Charlie Adlard
This one's got a very cool look–the lack of color in the images contrasting with the deep blue of space and the fantastically retro title is especially cool!
The Twilight Children #1
by Darwyn Cooke
I love that Cooke has done something pretty different from his usual stuff (which is also wonderful). This cover is a unique blend of overlapping geometry and classic cartooning that is really interesting.
Roche Limit: Clandestiny #5
by Kyle Charles
These have consistently had cool designs from issue one, but I really like the deep, dark red of this one–very ominous!
Swords of Sorrow #6
by Tula Lotay
What can I say, it was a good week for Tula Lotay! A truly fantastic cover, from the wonderfully expressive facial cartooning to the lovely coloring.
by Greg Tocchini
Another great use of color, but this one also has a great sense of depth and motion as well.