Justice League #45
by Francis Manapul
I really dig this one–it's got the classic Kirby geometric designs, a serious sense of depth, great characterization, and a phenomenally neon color palette!
Tokyo Ghost #2
by Sean Murphy
One of the most unique experiments with perspective I've seen on a cover. To me, if a cover has you tilting your head to try and explore it visually, then the artist has put together something really special.
by Mike Del Mundo
Doctor Fate #5
by Sonny Liew
This is what happens when you give a superhero book to a really talented indie comic artist. Such a unique feel and an exciting approach!
The Steam Man #1
by Piotr Kowalski
I love this one for it's level of detail in recreating classic monster illustrations, but it's also impressive when considering Kowalski's work on Sex looks nothing like this.
The Beauty #3
by Christopher Mitten
A really interesting use of painterly techniques–at first glance it just looks like a rip or swath of random paint until you realize there's a figure standing out from the background.
Black Canary #5
by Mike Allred
Allred doing classic green zombies eating brains like movie theater popcorn? Can't get much better than that.
The Shield #1
by Andrew Robinson
I really love the strong pose and dramatic framing on this one; rather than feeling staged and generic, it has a real sense of power.
by Matt Taylor
What an insane sense of depth this cover has, especially considering the monochromatic look!