by Annie Wu
This is a pretty great concept on it's own with fun cartoonish physics, but the way Wu plays with the curvature of the title in relation to the image is just wonderful.
House of Penance #4
by Ian Bertram
This takes the oft seen eyeball-in-a-hand image and makes it much bloodier and scarier amid what otherwise might be a tender holding of hands.
by Hwei Lim
I'm a junky for great type design, and while this series' covers have been rife with it, this one really sets a new bar. It also manages to do a bust of a character that maintains a nice amount of depth and realness.
The Six Million Dollar Man: Fall of Man #1
by Ron Salas
Another example of great type design, and an excellent use of negative space to portray extreme action. Super fun!
The Violent #5
by Adam Gorham
This one's got striking color, and is a nice play on the classic film noir concept.
The Wicked and the Divine #21
by Jamie McKelvie
The neon suits and the way the three subjects are spaced in the distance make for an eye-catching, disorienting look that demands attention.
Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #9
by Raul Allen
The border framing continues to be cool, but it's the unique use of a more three dimensional character in the minimalist shading style that is so popular lately. Very nice!
That's it for this week. What did I miss? Let me know on Twitter or Facebook!