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Monday, November 23, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 101

Black Magick #2
by Nicola Scott
 
I love the simplicity here, both in design and in how it is nearly black and white with only a touch of blue. That and the fantastic sense of depth in the spiral make this one really stand out.
 
 Silver Surfer #15
by Mike Allred
 
I loved this cover from the get go–the cartoony cosmos, the polka dot black hole–and then I realized that the two Silver Surfers are perfect mirror images, including the silver!
 
 We Are Robin #6
by Jorge Corona
 
These covers have consistently had great conceptual designs, and this may be my favorite. The way Corona uses the shadows of the buildings as an oppressive force is really nice.
 
 Archie #4
by Jaime Hernandez
 
Man, who wouldn't go for a Jaime Hernandez Archie book? I can't express how much I love this!
 
 Guidebook to the Marvel Cinematic Universe #2
by Mike Del Mundo and Pascal Campion
 
Del Mundo is a master of insanely clever concepts rendered beautifully, in this case even so well it makes me interested in The Incredible Hulk!
 
 Saga #31
by Fiona Staples
 
I really love how ambiguous this cover is. The distance and stark walls lend it a cold, lonely feel, but the light at the top of the frame seems to bring warmth to the image.
 
 Jupiter's Circle #1
by Bill Sienkiewicz
 
Damn, what a nice cover. The speckled stars give it a classic cosmic tone, and the poses make it feel like a framed portrait. Very unique and interesting!
 
 The Tomorrows #5
by Dylan Todd
 
The computer system scan look here is fun in a '80s sci-fi way, and the great coloring make this one really stand out.
 
 Colder: Toss the Bones #3
by Juan Ferreyra

A really nice horror concept tied with great dynamic character reaction make this one fun and frightening!


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