by Ryan Bodenheim
The way this plays with scale is pretty excellent, and I love all the curves in both the image and the title design.
by Ben Caldwell
Great character designs and crisp line work. There's a lot of attention given to each individual character here, so it feels more interesting than your typical team lineup.
Amazing Forest #5
by Ulises Farinas
I love how Farinas takes the kind of infograph design that people eat up and makes a fake one just for a fun visual. Really eye catching and fun to dig into!
Detective Comics #52
by Francis Manapul
I could've picked this one just for the nostalgia it brought–remember when this original cover was something to maybe be excited about? But in all seriousness, I can't resist good Manapul, down to his excellent shading style.
Moon Knight #2
by Greg Smallwood
Very cool, mysterious design here, and the use of purple overlay is really interesting.
The Punisher #1
by Declan Shalvey
This kind of design has been popular lately, but in Shalvey's capable hands it becomes a bit of a cartooning marvel. He is able to show so much through just a slit of the eyes, and great shading that fades the skull into the void.
by Jenny Frison
I wanted to highlight this one for the amount of range Frison has. This is a totally different style than her usual work, but has the same elegant line work and facial cartooning.
Scarlet Witch #6
by David Aja
Aja's stuff is going up in museums everywhere in ten years. We all know it. Buy his covers now before they're fine art!