All-New Hawkeye #1
by Jeff Lemire
I absolutely love Lemire's art, and seeing this just makes me want a silver age style superhero story in this style!
Harrow County #7
by Tyler Crook
Phenomenal cartooning here makes this image far more haunting than it should be–it's the contrast between the soft, smiling face and the mystery of the blood that makes this really stand out.
by Kevin Wada
Wada's style is so soft and yet angular, and this pose really shows off a lot of what makes his work so fantastic.
The Goddamned #1
by R. M. Guera
The bitter yellow and orange of the sky really jumps off the page, and the perspective and depth really set the stage for this new series.
The Twilight Children #2
by Darwyn Cooke
Again, some exceptional design by Cooke that feels somewhere between Miyazaki and classic children's book illustrations.
Batman Superman #26
by Cary Nord
The psychotic background here really pops, and the depth in how the characters are placed really gives a sense of urgency to the image.
by Caspar Wijngaard
The simplicity and details of the design gives a really good sense of the tone and setting of this new series without showing a single character, and that's always pretty impressive!
by Greg Hinkle
It's really excellent that Hinkle is able to land somewhere in between detailed sci-fi and a classic indie comic look, and the color design is quite nice.
by Yanick Paquette
There have been a few clever Looney Tunes variants this month, but none better than this one. A brilliantly funny crossover!