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Monday, November 30, 2015

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 102

D4ve 2 #4
by Valentin Roman
This cover is fun as hell and full of depth and movement. I dig it!
 Unfollow #2
by Matt Taylor
The color choices and depth of the design are really nice here. I liked the cover of the first issue, but this one especially nails the tone and suspense of the series.
 Gotham Academy #12
by Karl Kerschl
The color on this cover is outrageously awesome, and the way the fiery hair breaks the boundary between the background and foreground adds a lot.
 Howard the Duck #2
by Veronica Fish
A really wonderful design that is both clever and beautiful. I can't wait to see Fish put onto bigger and better books!
 James Bond #2
by Dan Panosian
Jason Masters has done a great job on this so far, but this cover makes me want to see Panosian take a whack at the interior art of a spy book so bad!
 Doctor Strange #3
by Tim Sale
I was torn between this and Sale's Daredevil cover, but the wispy smoke and excellent character work on this one won the day. The detail that Sale puts into his work continually amazes!
 Dark Corridor #5
by Rich Tommaso
The monochromatic illustration only adds to the suspense and fear that the image exudes. Love it!
 They're Not Like Us #10
by Simon Gane
One of the many uniquely awesome things about this series is how the cover (and every other page) is part of the story. It's a bold move, especially when the first panel of story is such an intense one, and it gives the opportunity to start each issue in a mysterious, exciting way.

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