Astonishing Ant-Man #5
by Michael Cho
Starting off with your weekly dose of the fantastic Michael Cho! As with all of these, a really great but exceedingly simple concept that makes nice use of negative space for the title.
by Ron Garney
I love the sense of action here and the way it really takes advantage of the natural verticality of a comic cover to make a contrast between the hot explosion on the left and the cold blue of the right.
Dark Knight III: The Master Race #3
by Greg Capullo
This cover is really creepy for starters, but I really like the sense of depth too; the way the smoke trails through the Joker's arms makes it really feel like he's coming right towards you.
The Goddamned #3
by R.M. Guera
For a book full of muddy, rotting settings, I'm continually blown away by the way Guera uses beautifully unique neon colors to really make these covers stand out.
Hellboy and B.P.R.D. 1953: Beyond the Fences #1
by Paolo Rivera
The Norman Rockwell look here is absolutely perfect, and it's just wonderfully designed overall.
Judge Dredd #3
by Ulises Farinas
Farinas is sky-rocketing up the list of great artists with his detailed, wild look, and this cover is a great example of what his awesome style can accomplish.
by Fiona Staples
I could stare at this cover all day. Staples is easily the front-runner in showing what a purely digital process can be capable of, and this cover is a gorgeous example.
We Are Robin #9
by Lee Bermejo
Nothing like a really gross close-up to accentuate how creepy his existence is. This one is sure to catch a lot of eyes on the shelf.
X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #1
by Michael Walsh
I really love how at first glance this looks like just a very nice version of the classic call-to-action superhero cover, but looking closer to see the main character cowering in his ill-fitting X-Men costume brings in such a nice and funny contrast.
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