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Monday, May 9, 2016

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 125

 The Vision #7
by Mike Del Mundo

This cover really shows off Del Mundo's shading skills–I love the silky flow that surrounds everything and becomes the title.
 Frontlines: Requiem #1
by Gary Erskine

Nice character work here, both in design and acting, and I like the classic sci-fi background.
 House of Penance #2
by Ian Bertram

Bertram's off to a great start with these covers–really phenomenally designed, with lots of loving detail and gruesome visuals.
 Ink Brick #2
by Keren Katz

This one is pretty unusual, and I really like the fine art approach that really begs some careful studying to understand.
 Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #3
by Tula Lotay

The amount of character and personality that Lotay is able to portray in a single image is pretty impressive, and great eye-catching color here.
 Samurai #3
by David Mack

Only Mack could pull off an image like this with his signature watercolor style. Beautiful!
 Satellite Falling #1
by Stephen Thompson

Excellent color work and design here. It's bold with its main character but detailed on the fringes, and is certainly intriguing enough as a first issue.
The Fix #2
by Steve Lieber

I love how this cover takes iconography that is key to the book's setting but looks at it from such a hard angle as to make it all but unrecognizable. Then to have the characters comically tiny is just the cherry on top. Excellent!

That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!
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