Bill & Ted Go to Hell #1
by Logan Faerber
This is a fantastically fun concept, setting it up like a record store bin find. Love it!
Citizen Jack #4
by Tommy Patterson
I really like the strong contrast in styles between the wolves and the flag they are biting. Great design.
Dragon Age: Magekiller #3
by Sachin Teng
I love the look of the smoke here, very velvety and interesting in the way it hides the character's face. I also like the use of negative space in place of the weapon.
Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Dragons #3
by Hannah Christenson
A great week for fantasy covers! The classic illustrative look and wonderful color and shading really set this one apart.
Mighty Thor #4
by Michael Cho
Yet another phenomenal Cho variant. Great choice in color, perspective, and the way he leaves space for the title.
Red Sonja #2
by Marguerite Sauvage
The main thing that really makes this cover stand out is the strong contrast between the dark purples of the bottom half that are encroaching on the more naturally colored main character. Really beautiful design!
by Martin Morazzo
This one got picked if for no other reason than the really nice and unique type design on the title. Fantastic design that really gets across a unique wintry sci-fi feel.
Superman: American Alien #4
by Jae Lee
I picked this one for the fact that we never see Batman from this perspective. It really brings out the human quality of the character and makes for an image that makes a real impression.
Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #4
by Raul Allen
Allen does a wonderful job providing depth with minimal detail, only using the darkness of the blues on the creatures to show how close or far away they are.