by Veronica Fish
I love Fish's cartooning, but I especially wanted to highlight the great use of unique colors here. This one really pops!
Black Widow #2
by Chris Samnee
It's not like we've never seen a cover with the costume blending into the background in this way, but I love the complex way it's used here–it takes a second glance to really tell who's in control and what's happening.
Dark Corridor #7
by Rich Tommaso
This one certainly succeeds at catching the eye! It's immensely impressive that Tommaso can capture a character with his cartooning skills even down the the character's muscles.
by Mike Allred
Deadpool always has a silly sense of humor, but I never realized that Allred's silly sense of humor could align with him quite this well. How fun is this?
Doctor Who: The Twelfth Doctor: Year Two #4
by Brian Miller
This is a concept I'm surprised hasn't been overused–it's clever and captures the casualness of the way the Doctor and his companions travel.
Prophet Earth War #3
by Grim Wilkins
This one is kind of fascinating–on first glance the characters seem kind of relaxed, but a second look shows how dynamic the image actually is, with the blade slicing through some alien beast and one character carrying the other.
by Sara Pichelli
Pichelli has a way of really capturing the youth and fun of these characters, and this one is a fantastic example. Fun, and a great use of perspective!
The X-Files Season 11 #8
by Robert Hack
Hack does a great job of capturing the likenesses of these characters while still giving them his own retro cartooning look. Plus: great flying saucer!