Amazing Forest #2
by Ulises Farinas
These hyper detailed, uber colorful covers are a blast to dive into, and are perfectly abstract for this anthology series.
Amazing Spider-Man #7
by Michael Cho
Cho is nothing short of incredible; there's a whole bunch of his variants hitting shelves this week, but this simple cover, driven by minimalist color but with depth that pops off the background takes the cake.
Kennel Block Blues #1
by Daniel Bayliss
This series has a great concept, and this cover wordlessly captures the idea and tone with bubblegum colored ease.
by Hwei Lim
This style is a unique one that I don't feel like we see in comics very often. It definitely has a sense of being painted on antique ceramic that is quite interesting.
Pretty Deadly #8
by Emma Rios
Rios somehow manages to make some of the most striking, beautiful images with these covers. The carefully planned color gradients of the clouds really make this one stand apart.
The Sheriff of Babylon #3
by John Paul Leon
Leon's strong, sharp linework sets an interesting scene here, and the subtlety of the figures in the background windows tie it all together.
by Leila Del Duca
The level of detail in the background and in the setting–while still managing some fantastic cartooning–and the subtle bleeding outside the frame make this an intriguing scene.
by Matt Taylor
I love that they're sticking with the iPhone framing, but it's the unique color scheme and perspective that make this one definitely worth checking out.
That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!